Government and Trade


Government and Trade

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U.S., India Talk Bilateral Issues; Fashion Creeps In

The emphasis has been on the three changes of outfit by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday.

President Obama Brings Hope for Stronger US-India Trade Ties

President Obama brings hope for stronger US-India trade ties, but retailers have a strong wish-list.

Trade Ministers Give Green Light to Kick-start Stalled WTO Global Trade Talks

Trade ministers from 21 countries agreed Saturday to inject a sense of urgency in their attempts to kick start the stalled Doha round of global trade talks.

Mali Targets 800,000 T Cotton Per Year by 2018

The country plans to produce 800,000 tonnes of unginned cotton per year by 2018 after output surged by more than a quarter in the 2014/15 season.

Blockade in Bangladesh Continues to Affect Business

The ongoing transport blockade continues to impact the nation’s textile and apparel sector while violence has claimed the lives of 30 people.

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Industry Praises Obama Trade Push

Obama's push for cybersecurity legislation was also hailed.

Orrin Hatch Pushes Trade Agenda

Hatch outlined an ambitious agenda that included tax reform as a top priority, in the run-up to President Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday night.

U.S. Supreme Court Declines Challenge to Debit Card Rules

The high court's rejection of the appeal means a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that upheld the rules stays intact.

China's Q4 GDP Beats Expectations

The numbers help the full-year expansion remain close to the government’s target.

China 2014 Cotton Imports Hit Five-Year Low

China imported 264,500 tonnes of cotton in December, down 57 percent from the same month a year ago.

Swiss Firms Look to Cut Costs After Bank Move

Swiss firms are scrambling to cut costs after the decision to de-peg the nation's currency from the euro made exports 15 percent more expensive overnight.

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