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2014 Media Kit

International Trade

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South Korea Can Cope With US Bet Issues

Reuters | October 11, 2013 | International Trade

South Korea can cope with a U.S. debt stalemate if it is brief, and welcomes any boost Japan can get from Abenomics - unless Tokyo is using that policy to weaken the yen, the country's finance minister said. Read More »

China Growth May Beat 7.5%

AJOT | October 11, 2013 | International Trade

China's economic growth should exceed 7.5 percent this year, deputy central bank governor Yi Gang was quoted by Xinhua as saying, the latest expression of confidence from Beijing that the world's No. 2 economy is steadying. Read More »

Lack of USDA Monthly Crop Report Hampers Exports

Reuters | October 11, 2013 | International Trade

For the first time in 40 years, farmers, exporters, processors and traders will have to live without a key monthly crop report that they rely on to forecast market direction because of the U.S. government shutdown. Read More »

Apollo bid for Cooper at risk unless price is cut

Reuters | October 09, 2013 | International Trade

Funding for Apollo Tires' $2.5 billion bid for U.S.-based Cooper Tire & Rubber Co is in jeopardy unless the deal price is cut to reflect the risk of higher costs stemming from labour issues, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said. Read More »

US trade official says to seek TPP deal by year-end

Reuters | October 08, 2013 | International Trade

The United States maintained it hopes to seal an ambitious trade pact on schedule by year-end despite resistance in some countries and the absence of President Barack Obama from a regional summit that is ironing out differences on the pact. Read More »

Global trade weakening, economy to slow

Reuters | October 08, 2013 | International Trade

The 21 countries of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation trade group promised to implement responsible macroeconomic policies that will help offset slowing global economic growth and weaker trade. Read More »

Global trade in infrastructure goods to surge

Reuters | October 08, 2013 | International Trade

Trade in goods to build infrastructure such as ports, railways and power stations will rise sharply over the next two decades as developing economies climb the value ladder and rich nations keep investing to maintain their competitive advantage, HSBC said. Read More »

German exports rise less than expected in August

Reuters | October 08, 2013 | International Trade

German exports revived in August, rising slightly less than expected but more than imports and widening the trade surplus, official data showed, in a sign foreign trade will not drag too much on growth in Europe's largest economy. Read More »

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