tpp nations achieve progress toward new free trade deal TPP nations achieve progress toward new free trade deal

14:07 | 25/09/2017 Global Economy

The Trans-Pacific Partnership nations have made progress toward a new free trade agreement slated for November following the US withdrawal from the pact, according to Japanese chief negotiator of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Kazuyoshi Umemoto. 
asian european ministers seek ways to tackle trade protectionism Asian, European ministers seek ways to tackle trade protectionism

12:30 | 24/09/2017 Global Economy

Economic leaders from Asia and Europe nations have gathered for the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in Seoul, the Republic of Korea, to discuss ways to cope with rising protectionism in trade and to cooperate in the next industrial revolution.
tpp negotiators work to revise trade deal after us withdrawal TPP negotiators work to revise trade deal after U.S. withdrawal

10:39 | 22/09/2017 Global Economy

Chief negotiators of the 11 remaining countries of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement began two-day talks in Tokyo, Japan on September 21 to discuss changes and freezes to parts of the deal following the withdrawal of the US earlier this year.
mekong countries emphasise infrastructure connectivity Mekong countries emphasise infrastructure connectivity

16:32 | 21/09/2017 Global Economy

Countries in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) should enhance their economic and infrastructure connectivity to promote economic development in the sub-region, Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Dang Huy Dong said at a forum on September 19.
britain to promise 20 billion euros in brexit bill ft Britain to promise 20 billion euros in Brexit bill: FT

15:03 | 20/09/2017 Global Economy

British Prime Minister Theresa May will promise to pay a Brexit divorce bill of at least 20 billion euros (£18 billion, $24 billion), according to officials cited by the Financial Times.
venezuelan presidents plan to beat hunger Venezuelan president's plan to beat hunger

15:04 | 19/09/2017 Global Economy

Venezuela’s government has urged citizens to see rabbits as more than “cute pets” as it defended a plan to breed and eat them – even as the opposition says this would do nothing to end chronic food shortages.
cuba tries to recover tourism industry hit by hurricane irma Cuba tries to recover tourism industry hit by hurricane Irma

15:49 | 18/09/2017 Global Economy

Cuban authorities are making big efforts to recover the tourism industry, the most dynamic sector of the island's economy, which was seriously hit by the devastating hurricane Irma a week ago.
thailand promotes trade in clmv countries Thailand promotes trade in CLMV countries

14:23 | 17/09/2017 Global Economy

Thai Minister of Commerce Apiradi Tantraporn recently directed the Department of International Trade Promotion, Department of Foreign Trade and provincial trade offices to support trade promotion activities in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (CLMV) and their emerging markets.
laos sets 7 percent economic growth by 2018 Laos sets 7 percent economic growth by 2018

16:27 | 15/09/2017 Global Economy

The Lao government has set the goal of achieving a 7 percent gross domestic product (GDP) growth by 2018, said the Vientiane Times on September 12.
under eu attack malaysia and indonesia rethink trade strategy Under EU attack, Malaysia and Indonesia rethink trade strategy

14:06 | 14/09/2017 Global Economy

Facing a backlash in Europe over palm oil's environmental toll, the world's top producers are scrambling to find new markets and even striking unusual barter deals, such as exchanging Sukhoi jets for the edible oil.
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