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2014 Media Kit

International Trade

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Brazil current account deficit $6.420 bln in May

AJOT | June 20, 2013 | International Trade

Brazil's current account deficit widened in May as the trade balance remained weak, central bank data showed on Friday, continuing a deteriorating pattern this year and prompting the central bank to widen its forecast for the full-year deficit. Read More »

USTR chief Froman sets sight on India trade problems

AJOT | June 20, 2013 | International Trade

New U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman on said he expected growing trade problems with India to be a major early focus of his tenure, but stopped short of saying the United States should cut off benefits for that country. Read More »

U.S-Vietnam trade talks hung up on clothing issues

AJOT | June 20, 2013 | International Trade

U.S. efforts to forge a "21st Century" trade agreement with Vietnam and 10 other countries in the Asia Pacific region are running into problems mired in the past, including a textile trade policy that U.S. industry does not want to give up. Read More »

Asian coffee exporters feel the heat as premiums soar

AJOT | June 19, 2013 | International Trade

Global food producers such as Nestle SA will have to pay more for the robusta coffee beans used in biscuits and drinks as a supply crunch sends premiums to multi-month highs in Asia, forcing some exporters to cancel shipments. Read More »

Senate approves Froman as US trade representative

AJOT | June 19, 2013 | International Trade

The Senate voted overwhelmingly to approve White House international economic affairs adviser Michael Froman to be the next U.S. trade representative, sending him into the fray of huge trade negotiations in Asia and Europe. Read More »

US arms companies see rising foreign demand

AJOT | June 18, 2013 | International Trade

U.S. arms makers see rising foreign demand for fighter jets, missile defense systems and other weapons as countries modernize their forces and U.S. officials, facing tighter budgets, encourage allies to invest more in intelligence gathering and aerial ref Read More »

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