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Fake goods in transit can be seized if EU-bound

AJOT | February 13, 2011 | International Trade

Suspected fake goods moving through the European Union from a non-EU country can be seized if there is a danger they could enter the trade bloc, an adviser to the EU's highest court said.

The non-binding opinion by Advocate General Pedro Cruz Villalon Read More »

India aims to halve transaction costs for exporters

AJOT | February 13, 2011 | International Trade

India has taken steps to unclog its notorious infrastructure bottlenecks to slash transaction costs for exporters by nearly half as the Asian giant aims to double its share of world trade, officials said.

Exporters in Asia's third-largest economy face Read More »

US concerned over Indian trade barriers

AJOT | February 13, 2011 | International Trade

India's restrictive trade policy is impeding foreign investment and it needs to work harder to free up its economy, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke said, despite growing economic ties between the countries.

India is only the 14th biggest trading pa Read More »

Kazakhstan eyes WTO accession in H1 2012

AJOT | February 13, 2011 | International Trade

Kazakhstan, Central Asia's largest economy, could join the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in the first half of 2012, Economy Minister Zhanar Aitzhanova said.

"We will try to complete all the work on this issue this year. All the conditions for this ex Read More »

Meat exports worth watching in 2011:

AJOT | February 13, 2011 | International Trade

The prospects look good for a record strong showing by U.S. meat exporters this year given the growing global demand for meat products and the recent outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease (FMB) in South and North Korea, which has led to the culling of millio Read More »

US trade gap widens in December, swells 33% in 2010

AJOT | February 13, 2011 | International Trade

The U.S. trade deficit widened in December to its highest level in four months, the U.S. government said in a report that also showed the annual trade gap expanded nearly 33 percent in 2010 as imports from China hit record levels.

The December trade d Read More »

US Republicans to press trade rep. on Obama agenda

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk will be pressed to lay out President Barack Obama's trade priorities for 2011 when testifies before a congressional trade panel, a Republican congressman said.

"I look forward to hearing Ambassador Kirk in his first Read More »

Chili’s taps into Russian consumer boom

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

Ribs-and-cocktails restaurant chain Chili's opened its first restaurant in Moscow on Wednesday, joining a throng of companies keen to cash in on Russia's consumer spending boom and growing middle class.

The company, owned by Brinker International Inc Read More »

Cargill to build new corn mill in Brazil

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

Leading commodities trader Cargill said it would invest 350 million reais ($212 million) to build a new corn processing mill in Brazil, another sign of growing local demand in one of the world's largest agricultural producers and exporters.

The new pl Read More »

Indonesia’s Jan Sulawesi cocoa exports fall 50%

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

Exports of cocoa beans from Indonesia's main growing area of Sulawesi island fell 55 percent in January against the same month a year ago as a result of wet weather, data showed.

Indonesian exporters shipped 11,634.66 tons in January, from 25,920 tons Read More »

Booming trade causes friction between Brazil and China

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

Blossoming trade between Brazil and China has brought benefits to both economies but also caused increasing strains as Brazilian manufacturers struggle to compete with a wave of Chinese imports.

Here are some facts about trade between the two fast-gro Read More »

Statisticians hunt better ways to count trade figures

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

In an age of global supply chains, trade figures give an increasingly misleading picture of what is going on -- and trade statisticians are out to change that. Trade figures have become politically explosive -- witness the sensitivity of the U.S. deficit Read More »

Nestle to invest $70 mlllion on South.Africa expansion

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

Nestle is spending $70 million on expanding its business in South Africa, as the world's biggest food group sharpens its focus on emerging markets.

Nestle said in a statement on Wednesday it will spend around 500 million rand ($70 million) on a new ce Read More »

EU lawmakers OK banana duty cuts for Latin America

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

European Union lawmakers on Thursday approved a deal to cut EU import tariffs on bananas from Latin America, ending the world's longest-running trade row, a European Parliament official said.

A majority in the European Parliament voted to cut duties o Read More »

Honda to lower CR-V exports to US to reduce fx impact

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

Honda Motor Co is looking to make small investments in North America to build more of its popular CR-V crossovers there, reducing exports from Japan to cushion the blow from a strong yen, an executive said.

"Our profit structure has improved mainly th Read More »

EU softens stance on raw material export controls

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

The EU confirmed it would consider stockpiling critical raw materials, but stopped short of threatening retaliation against countries that restrict supplies, a strategy document from the bloc's executive showed. In earlier drafts of the paper, the Europea Read More »

Hitachi raises forecast as Asia sales boom

AJOT | February 03, 2011 | International Trade

Hitachi Ltd raised its annual outlook above market expectations after cost-cutting and robust revenue in emerging markets helped quarterly operating profit nearly double, underscoring the progress in its restructuring drive.

The forecast for the indus Read More »

WTO report said to condemn Boeing subsidies

AJOT | February 01, 2011 | International Trade

Plane maker Boeing received unfair subsidies from the U.S. government, a World Trade Organization report said on Monday, according to Boeing's European rival Airbus.

The two companies disagreed over the extent of the subsidies outlined in the report, Read More »

ASEAN

AJOT | February 01, 2011 | International Trade

Southeast Asia's foreign ministers embarked on an unconventional land, sea and air trip to China to push ambitious plans to fully connect the region's frontier markets with Asia's biggest economic power.

The day-long trip from Thailand to China, organ Read More »

US promises changes to controversial trade method

AJOT | February 01, 2011 | International Trade

The United States promised its trading partners that it would make changes to a controversial method for calculating duties on unfairly priced imports.

But Japan and the European Union said assurances that Washington would comply with repeated condemn Read More »

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