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2014 Media Kit

International Trade

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Manchester Farms Partner Acquires Company

PR Newswire | November 06, 2013 | International Trade

Manchester Farms, a leading producer of high quality food products, announced today that Brittney Miller has completed the acquisition for full ownership of the company. Read More »

Former WTO Chief Economist Calls for New Global Trade Measurements

AJOT | November 06, 2013 | International Trade

Former WTO Chief Economist Calls for New Global Trade Measurements

International trade needs a new measuring stick that better reflects global inter-dependence and technological content, according to Dr Patrick Low, Vice President of Research at the Fung Global Institute. The former Chief Economist with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) was interviewed by the HKTDC. Read More »

China exports seen rebounding, inflation rising in October

Reuters | November 05, 2013 | International Trade

China's exports are forecast to have rebounded in October after a surprise fall, reinforcing the government's view that the economy has regained some momentum as its prepares to unveil plans to overhaul the world's second-largest economy. Read More »

Tensions with allies rise, but US sees improved China ties

Reuters | November 04, 2013 | International Trade

With ties between Washington and many close allies strained because of eavesdropping revelations and differences over U.S. policies in the Middle East, the Obama administration can take some comfort from an improvement in ties with China. Read More »

US aligns beef rules with global mad cow standards

Reuters | November 04, 2013 | International Trade

The United States issued new import rules for cattle and beef that will comply with international standards for the prevention of mad cow disease, saying the step could ultimately boost U.S. beef exports. Read More »

Indonesia’s 2013 cocoa exports to drop 14%

Reuters | November 04, 2013 | International Trade

Indonesia's cocoa exports are expected to drop about 14 percent from a year ago to 140,000 tons in 2013, said an industry body, which also reversed its earlier forecast for a rise in output, citing crop-damaging wet weather. Read More »

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