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Biden trade chief meets with Chinese counterpart for first time

Bloomberg | November 20, 2022 | International Trade

EU warns that UK hasn’t made progress in solving Brexit problems

Bloomberg | November 20, 2022 | International Trade

Australia says UK trade deal to be settled in early 2023

Bloomberg | November 20, 2022 | International Trade

Europe reasserts middle path on China, pushing back on Biden

Bloomberg | November 20, 2022 | International Trade

UK Brexit debate renews as Sunak denies talk of new deal

Bloomberg | November 20, 2022 | International Trade

Dutch minister says US can’t dictate approach to China exports

Bloomberg | November 20, 2022 | International Trade

IMF chief says trade divide could cost global economy $1.4 trillion

Bloomberg | November 20, 2022 | International Trade

Harris announces San Francisco as 2023 APEC host city

Bloomberg | November 20, 2022 | International Trade

Taiwan says trade pact bid on track after Australia comment

Bloomberg | November 20, 2022 | International Trade

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Trudeau team feared trucker protest would harm US trade ties

Bloomberg | November 17, 2022 | International Trade

Canada’s government was worried about the hit to its reputation from trucker-convoy trade disruptions as it negotiated with the US on electric-vehicle incentives.

Japan’s trade deficit driven wider by weak Yen as imports surge

Bloomberg | November 17, 2022 | International Trade

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Ukraine grain-export deal extended for another 120 Days

Bloomberg | November 17, 2022 | International Trade | Commodity

A United Nations-brokered deal allowing exports of Ukrainian grain from the Black Sea will be extended, all sides confirmed Thursday, easing pressure on global food prices.

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Saudi Arabia cuts oil exports as Kingdom Implements OPEC+ Deal

Bloomberg | November 17, 2022 | International Trade

Saudi Arabia has cut oil exports sharply this month as the kingdom delivers on an OPEC+ agreement to shore up global crude markets.

Swiss watch exports growth slows as orders from China drop

Bloomberg | November 17, 2022 | International Trade

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Major grain exporters see more supply woes on Ukraine volatility

Bloomberg | November 16, 2022 | International Trade | Commodity

Strong grain demand will outstrip supply for years to come, stoking more volatility that’s been exacerbated by the war in Europe, according to one of Australia’s biggest wheat exporters.

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Retail sales growing as holiday season begins

AJOT | November 16, 2022 | International Trade | Commodity

Retail sales grew again in October as consumers set aside concerns about inflation and many got a jump start on the holiday season, the National Retail Federation said today.

Italy wants deeper trade ties with China, Meloni tells Xi

Bloomberg | November 16, 2022 | International Trade

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Businesses Urge APEC Summit to tackle inflation, energy crisis

Bloomberg | November 16, 2022 | International Trade

Leaders representing 60% of the world’s economy should tackle inflation and the energy crisis to promote a post-Covid economic recovery and stem the risk of global recession, regional business executives said.

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Rail halt is drag on sliding South African coal exports

Bloomberg | November 15, 2022 | Intermodal | Rail | International Trade | Commodity

A train derailment on South Africa’s main coal-export route will further reduce the country’s shipments of the fuel, which were already set to slide 14% this year.

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