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2014 Media Kit

International Trade

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ICBC deal shows IBM still engaged in China

Reuters | August 26, 2014 | International Trade

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) has deployed a new IBM mainframe computer system, the two companies said, boosting the U.S. technology giant's credentials in the country. Read More »

Heinz recall brings food tracking issue to the fore in China

Reuters | August 26, 2014 | International Trade

The entanglement of H.J. Heinz Co. in China's latest food scare highlights a key concern for international and local firms - how to keep track of ingredients from diverse sources in a country where food supply tracing technologies are far from the norm. Read More »

China tells German auto suppliers to find partners

Reuters | August 26, 2014 | International Trade

Three German car parts suppliers have been told by China they can no longer manage their Chinese units independently but need to form partnerships with local peers, the chief executive of auto parts maker ElringKlinger told a German newspaper. Read More »

Russian import bans a boon for food tycoons

Reuters | August 24, 2014 | International Trade

In the escalating dispute between Russia and the West over Ukraine, a group of businessmen with Kremlin connections are emerging as likely beneficiaries of the tit-for-tat sanctions. Read More »

Cuba struggles to attract investors despite reforms

Reuters | August 24, 2014 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

Cuba has yet to attract new foreign investors despite launching two major initiatives in the past year, a sign of the lingering caution over doing business with the communist government and its own hesitancy to follow through on free-market-style reforms. Read More »

US steel producers win anti-dumping case against cheap imports

Reuters | August 22, 2014 | International Trade

The U.S. International Trade Commission voted to impose anti-dumping duties against steel pipe imports from seven countries, exempting two, handing a victory to domestic producers who had complained that the cheap imports were undercutting their prices. Read More »

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