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2014 Media Kit

International Trade

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Survey shows pro-trade sentiment in US, UK, France, Germany

AJOT | July 18, 2004 | International Trade

A majority of the public in four industrialized nations believes that international trade contributes to economic growth in developing countries and the world in general and increases the number of jobs for people in developing countries, a survey by a Wa Read More »

Indian tea exports to Iran show signs of resurgence

AJOT | July 04, 2004 | International Trade

Indian tea exports are showing signs of resurgence with Iran being among countries showing interest in the beverage amid an aggressive promotion campaign launched by Indian tea industry captains to regain its place in the world market. Read More »

VAT would hurt Indian handicrafts exporters

AJOT | July 04, 2004 | International Trade

A day after states agreed to implement the value-added tax (VAT) system from April next year, the Export Promotion Council (EPCH)of said VAT would hit small exporters adversely and sought special provision for exporters to maintain their global competitiv Read More »

WTO: US subsidies for cotton farmers unfair

AJOT | June 27, 2004 | International Trade

Cotton subsidies for US farmers are unfair to producers in Brazil, the World Trade Organization said in a landmark decision that could prompt developing countries to mount new trade cases against agricultural subsidies for other crops. The WTO's final rep Read More »

EU experts fail to agree biotech rapeseed approval

AJOT | June 20, 2004 | International Trade

EU environment experts failed to muster enough support recently to approve a genetically modified rapeseed, officials said, despite the recent end of an informal biotech ban that had irked the EU's top trade partners. Read More »

OECD warns high debt, slower exports pose risk for So. Korea

AJOT | June 13, 2004 | International Trade

Even as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development projected generally robust growth for the South Korean economy in 2004, it also warned of risks stemming from high level of household debt and possibility of slower exports in the coming mo Read More »

Africa trade bloc head urges more integration

AJOT | June 06, 2004 | International Trade

Members of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) need to integrate further if they are to become a trading bloc that can compete on the world stage, the group's chief said. Read More »

Africa urged to look to China for economic growth

AJOT | June 06, 2004 | International Trade

African countries eager to expand global trade and investment links should look to China, where a raging hunger for commodities presents new opportunity for Africa's exporters, according to a recent economic summit. Read More »

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