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2014 Media Kit

International Trade

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Premium Article  China’s currency:  Beijing looks to drive a convertible

Matt Miller | December 22, 2014 | International Trade

China’s currency:  Beijing looks to drive a convertible

China’s currency, the renminbi or yuan has always been a subject of concern for trading partners. The tightly controlled currency rarely reflects the global give-and-take necessary for a truly convertible monetary unit of trade. But an experiment is taking place in Canada to loosen currency controls. Is Beijing kicking the tires on a new convertible? Read More »

EU grain to enjoy spoils of Russian export curbs

Reuters | December 21, 2014 | International Trade

European Union grain exporters will be the main beneficiaries of Russia's pullback from international grain markets as Moscow races to cool domestic prices in the face of economic crisis, analysts and traders said. Read More »

China approves delayed GMO imports as US ties warm

Reuters | December 18, 2014 | International Trade

China has approved the import of a genetically modified corn strain it blocked last year, causing market turmoil, and has given clearance to biotech soybeans that had been waiting years for clearance, in a sign of improving relations with the United States. Read More »

EU steps up trade dispute with Brazil at WTO

Reuters | December 18, 2014 | International Trade

The World Trade Organization decided to set up a panel to rule on European Union complaints that Brazil unfairly raised import duties, escalating differences as the two sides try to reach a long-delayed trade pact. Read More »

Premium Article  Mongolia: Taking action on import and export prospects

Robert Wallack | December 18, 2014 | International Trade

Mongolia: Taking action on import and export prospects

What is the future of Mongolia, a landlocked country wedged between Russia and China? AJOT correspondent Robert Wallack writes from Ulaanbaatar about the challenges and future for one of Asia’s most remote nations. Read More »

REC Silicon sees negative impact from China US dispute

Reuters | December 17, 2014 | International Trade

Solar firm REC Silicon said it expected fourth-quarter core earnings to be lower than in the previous quarter and that an ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China would hurt profits and cash flow in the short term. Read More »

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