International Trade


India farmers mass near capital to push for government deal

Bloomberg | February 16, 2024 | International Trade

Malaysia’s economy grows slower that estimated on exports

Bloomberg | February 16, 2024 | International Trade

Census retails sales data shows consumers ‘still engaged’

AJOT | February 15, 2024 | International Trade

Nigeria’s Dangote Mega Refinery readies export of first cargoes

Bloomberg | February 15, 2024 | International Trade

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Russia faces banana shortage amid spat with Ecuador over US weapons trading

Bloomberg | February 15, 2024 | International Trade

Russia faces a potential banana shortage and higher prices due to a partial ban on imports from Ecuador this month. The move follows a political spat over weapons after Ecuador in January agreed to trade old Russian military...

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India steel mills most at risk from EU carbon plan, Goldman says

Bloomberg | February 14, 2024 | International Trade | Commodity

Steel producers in India are most at risk from Europe’s new carbon tax on imports due to their high sales to the region and mills’ elevated emissions intensity, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

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Musk woos Chinese suppliers to set up in US’s backyard

Bloomberg | February 14, 2024 | International Trade

On the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico, Chinese auto-parts makers are rapidly setting up plants to supply Tesla Inc.’s next factory. They join the ranks of Chinese manufacturers that opened Mexican facilities in response to Trump-era tariffs — and this new surge has set off alarm bells in Washington.

EU proposes sanctioning North Korea for sending Russia missiles

Bloomberg | February 14, 2024 | International Trade

UK to sign Nigeria agreement that aims to ease trade barriers

Bloomberg | February 13, 2024 | International Trade

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Farmers’ revolt threatens election year upsets around the world

Bloomberg | February 13, 2024 | International Trade | Commodity

Agriculture has become a key battleground in a wider culture war over money, food and climate change.

China opposes ‘illegal sanctions’ in response to EU proposal

Bloomberg | February 13, 2024 | International Trade

Red Sea shipping attacks prompt Africa price concerns

AJOT | February 13, 2024 | International Trade

Position of Ukrainian farmers on the actions of Polish protesters on the border
International Trade
AJOT | Top Story | February 13, 2024

Position of Ukrainian farmers on the actions of Polish protesters on the border

The Ukrainian Agri Council shares the indignation of the Ukrainian agricultural community regarding the cynical destruction of Ukrainian grain by protesters at the Polish border and calls for an immediate stop to such radical actions...
Russia’s Seaborne crude exports retreat from seven-month high

Bloomberg | February 13, 2024 | International Trade

Biden is looking beyond tariffs to keep Chinese ‘smart cars’ out of the US
International Trade
Bloomberg | Top Story | February 09, 2024

Biden is looking beyond tariffs to keep Chinese ‘smart cars’ out of the US

The Biden administration is considering restrictions on imports of Chinese “smart cars” and related components that would go beyond tariffs to address growing US concerns about data security, according to people familiar with the matter.
Import Cargo continues to rise despite Red Sea disruptions

AJOT | February 09, 2024 | International Trade

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Three shipments yield fake luxury merchandise and jewelry with an MSRP of over $1.2 million

AJOT | February 08, 2024 | International Trade

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in the San Juan Field Office intercepted and seized three shipments containing counterfeit luxury brand merchandise, including jewelry and sunglasses, with a combined Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of over $1.2 million, had the merchandise been genuine.

India will seek an end to WTO’s 1998 tariff freeze on digital trade

Bloomberg | February 08, 2024 | International Trade

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US trade deficit with China narrows to lowest since 2010

Bloomberg | February 08, 2024 | International Trade

The US goods-trade deficit with China shrank to the smallest total since 2010 last year, reflecting a decline in imports from its geostrategic rival that will be welcomed in Washington.

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