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2014 Media Kit

International Trade

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Australia sees free trade deal with China within 12 months

Reuters | October 08, 2013 | International Trade

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he is intent on finalizing a free trade agreement with China within the next 12 months, and is prepared to accept a watered-down deal in order to quickly cement an arrangement that has been negotiated since 2005. Read More »

Russia halts Lithuanian dairy imports before EU summit

Reuters | October 07, 2013 | International Trade

Russia suspended imports of dairy products from neighboring Lithuania, turning up trade pressure on the European Union member weeks before it hosts a summit that could pull former Soviet republics further from Moscow's orbit. Read More »

Premium Article  Lutosa ships Belgian fries worldwide

Karen Thuermer | October 07, 2013 | International Trade

Not everyone associates French fries with Belgium, but no matter how you slice and fry it, this nation invented this popular food item. In fact, no where on earth are French fries as tasty as that come from Belgium. Consequently, it’s only fitting that Lutosa, a premium brand of frozen potatoes, should be located in Belgium. In fact some say, Lutosa is Belgian Fries at its best! Read More »

Premium Article  US companies commit to European market

Karen Thuermer | October 07, 2013 | International Trade

US companies commit to European market

Despite the European economic downturn, that market remains vital to U.S. companies with a big presence there. Given changes to the market, however, companies have been looking for ways to shave their logistics costs and become more efficient. Read More »

Premium Article  TTIP: A difficult but achievable trade union

Karen Thuermer | October 07, 2013 | International Trade

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) that the United States is negotiating with the European Union (EU) might be a hot button right now, but depending on what commodity or industrial group is being discussed, TTIP can represent a conundrum. A round of negotiations has already taken place in Washington, D.C. in mid July. Further negotiations are scheduled in Brussels in mid October, with a third round expected to be held in December 2013 in Washington D.C. Read More »

CBP reports cargo clearance still normal

AJOT | October 04, 2013 | International Trade

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and related cargo clearance agencies continue to operate under normal working hours with no delays in cargo operations experienced at this time. Read More »

Daimler mulls new North America plant

Reuters | October 03, 2013 | International Trade

Germany's Daimler AG may build a new factory in North America if demand for compact cars picks up, the head of production and procurement at Mercedes-Benz Cars was quoted saying by a German car magazine. Read More »

US phosphate export group PhosChem disbands

Reuters | October 02, 2013 | Breakbulk & Projects | International Trade

The U.S. phosphate export association PhosChem has disbanded, a spokesman for U.S. fertilizer company Mosaic Co said, making it the second fertilizer trade consortium to break up this year. Read More »

Philippines seeking EU trade deal

Reuters | October 02, 2013 | International Trade

The Philippines is looking to seal a free trade agreement with the European Union and will pursue the issue at ASEAN meetings next week, the country's trade minister said. Read More »

Lithuania warns Russia over pressuring its neighbors

Reuters | October 02, 2013 | Intermodal | International Trade

Lithuania could block Russia's road and rail access to its enclave of Kaliningrad if Moscow keeps pressuring its neighbors over their ties to the European Union, the Baltic state's foreign minister said. Read More »

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