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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 »

US says sanctions possible in China copyright spat

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

China said it complied with "most measures at issue" in an international trade ruling made against its restrictions on copyright-intensive goods such as films, books and music.

But the United States, which filed the case against China years ago, took Read More »

UK says China, US need to move for trade deal

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

British Prime Minister David Cameron said that China and the United States needed to do more if long-running world trade talks were to be successfully completed in the coming months.

"In terms of Doha it is still extremely hard going, but if the Chine Read More »

US deals blow to global trade deal hopes

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

The United States dealt a heavy blow to struggling global trade talks, saying the race to produce a working deal text by Easter could do "more harm than good".

The negotiations are aimed at opening up world trade for the benefit of all nations, but th Read More »

US, China steel dispute goes to WTO court

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

The World Trade Organization (WTO) referred to its court system a U.S. complaint against China over anti-dumping duties that China has imposed on certain types of electrical steel.

The issue now goes before a panel of the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body Read More »

US “time out” on trade deals nears end

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

A US "time out" on new trade agreements rooted in the Democratic Party's battle for the White House in 2008 appears to be nearly over as officials watch the European Union and others strike deals of their own.

Within months, free trade deals with Sout Read More »

Japan nuclear woes could mean more China exports

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

China's agricultural exports to Japan could grow if radiation damage, which spurred China to ban some Japanese food imports, spreads, executives of China Metro-Rural Holdings.

The company develops and operates large agricultural trade and logistics ce Read More »

South Korea Q2 exports seen weighed down by uncertainty

AJOT | March 28, 2011 | International Trade

As uncertainties driven by high oil prices and Japan's devastating earthquake raise anxiety, South Korean exporters see their businesses turn bearish in the second quarter, private sector data showed.

The findings by the country's top association of f Read More »

Premium Article  End to Mexico truck dispute: a boost to logistics sector?

Peter Buxbaum | March 27, 2011 | International Trade | Transport Intermediaries

Infrastructure investments designed to allow Mexico to compete
Earlier this month, Mexican President Felipe Calderon and U.S. President Barack Obama announced, after a meeting in Washington, the terms of a new deal that would open up the bor Read More »

Premium Article  Brazil squeezes OJ competition

AJOT | March 27, 2011 | International Trade

Brazil’s the Saudi Arabia of orange juice. Like the Arab oil giant, Brazil by virtue of exporting 99% of its OJ, is the world’s dominant supplier. Last year, Brazil’s two largest OJ exporters dominated supply with an 80% slice of the European market. L Read More »

Premium Article  Labor issues stymie Colombia FTA

Peter Buxbaum | March 27, 2011 | International Trade

Is progress on the horizon or will agreement remain in limbo?
It has been well over four since the United States and Colombia signed a free trade agreement. Yet the accord is still not on the books, having been stalled in Congress.

By Read More »

Premium Article  World Bank’s IFC finances new Brazil container dock

AJOT | March 27, 2011 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World Bank's private-sector lender, has arranged nearly $600 million in loans for a new container terminal that will raise capacity at Brazil's largest port.

The IFC will provide $97 million to Brasil T Read More »

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