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EU backs first anti-subsidy duties on China

AJOT | April 03, 2011 | International Trade

European Union governments endorsed a five-year import tariff on imports of glossy paper from China, the EU's first challenge to Chinese state subsidies, diplomatic and industry sources said.

Representatives from EU capitals gave majority backing to t Read More »

Indonesia rubber exports to Japan seen falling

AJOT | April 03, 2011 | International Trade

Indonesian rubber exports to Japan are expected to drop significantly in coming months as the earthquake and tsunami there last month affected the country's auto industry, a trade ministry official said.

The Indonesian Rubber Association said last wee Read More »

WTO raps US subsidies to Boeing

AJOT | April 03, 2011 | International Trade

Planemaker Boeing received at least $5.3 billion of illegal U.S. subsidies, the World Trade Organization said in a dispute that shows no signs of an end to years of inconclusive wrangling.

The banned aid included $2.6 billion of research funding from Read More »

Zepol upgrades trade intelligence tool with user dashboard

AJOT | April 03, 2011 | International Trade

Zepol Corporation, the leading trade intelligence company, announced another major enhancement to their Trade Intelligence tools. The Dashboard tab enhancement allows users to select specific criteria to be displayed within the Zepol interface for quick a Read More »

World trade talks on verge of failure

AJOT | April 03, 2011 | International Trade

Global trade talks meant to help poor countries prosper are "on the verge of failure" due to vast differences among countries, the head of the World Trade Organisation said.

The Doha Round of world trade talks has been dogged by disagreements over how Read More »

WTO to rule on claims Boeing received subsidies

AJOT | March 30, 2011 | International Trade

A long-running transatlantic trade dispute over illegal state handouts for Airbus and Boeing comes to a head with the latest ruling from the World Trade Organisation.

The United States and European Union, both trading superpowers, have been fighting c Read More »

US, Colombia talks making

AJOT | March 30, 2011 | International Trade

The United States and Colombia are moving toward an agreement in talks on anti-union violence in Colombia that has blocked approval of a free trade deal, the top U.S. trade official said.

"We're making very good progress," U.S. Trade Representative Ro Read More »

EU sanctions on Ivorian cocoa exports still valid

AJOT | March 30, 2011 | International Trade

European Union sanctions on Ivory Coast remain in force, including an embargo on cocoa shipments from major exporting port San Pedro, EU diplomats in Brussels said.

Forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara -- internationally recognised as the winner of Novem Read More »

WTO panel report found Boeing subsidies

AJOT | March 30, 2011 | International Trade

A World Trade Organization panel report to be released will show that plane maker Boeing received illegal U.S. government subsidies, a top European Union official said.

"I believe that today will be a significant day for the transparency of the aviati Read More »

Brazil OJ firms clear first hurdle in merger

AJOT | March 30, 2011 | International Trade

The proposed merger of two juice processors in Brazil, the world's top orange juice exporter, would not create unfair competition in the sector, Brazilian Finance Ministry officials said in a report.

In May last year, Citrovita, owned by Brazil's Voto Read More »

US, China wind turbine talks ‘very productive’

AJOT | March 30, 2011 | International Trade

U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk expressed hope a dispute over China's support for domestic wind turbine manufacturers can be resolved before a World Trade Organization panel hears the case.

"We're actively engaged in very productive discussions wit Read More »

China to appeal WTO fasteners ruling

AJOT | March 30, 2011 | International Trade

China will appeal a World Trade Organisation ruling in a case against the European Union, saying the decision does not go far enough in its favour, a person familiar with the case said.

The December ruling sided with China in a dispute over European U Read More »

China report claims Google-linked firms broke tax rules

AJOT | March 30, 2011 | International Trade

Chinese authorities found three companies linked to Google Inc broke tax rules and are investigating possible tax avoidance, a Chinese state-run newspaper said, raising the risk of fresh pressure on the Internet search giant.

Google, the world's large Read More »

UAE aims to become world’s top sulphur exporter

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

The United Arab Emirates plans to produce 22,000 tons of sulphur a day by 2015, which positions it to be a leading world sulphur exporter, said an executive at state-owned Abu Dhabi Gas Development Co (ADCO).

Production at the high sulphur Shah gas pr Read More »

China to appeal WTO fasteners ruling this week

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

China will appeal a World Trade Organisation ruling in a case against the European Union, saying the decision does not go far enough in its favour, a person familiar with the case said.

The December ruling sided with China in a dispute over European U Read More »

EU seal pelts import ban dispute goes to WTO court

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

Seal pelt exporter Canada won the right to have its grievance against a European Union import ban heard through the World Trade Organisation's (WTO) court system.

The issue, which centres on an animal welfare controversy around seal hunting, now goes Read More »

Microsoft unveils South African empowerment deal

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

Microsoft South Africa, a unit of the world's largest software firm, will invest 475 million rand ($69 million) in four black-owned software firms to meet black economic empowerment (BEE) rules.

The deal is in place of selling a stake to black investo Read More »

Supply chain disruptions force more delays in Japan

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

Supply chain disruptions in Japan have forced at least one global automaker to delay the launch of two new models and are forcing other industries to shutter plants and rethink their logistical infrastructure.

Toyota Motor Corp said it would delay the Read More »

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