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Brexit | 20 November 2018

PAC reiterates concerns about customs systems

The Public Accounts Committee has again said it is worried about potential customs chaos in the run-up to Brexit and afterwards.


Imports and Exports | 20 November 2018

China to expand import ban on waste

China will be banning another eight types of waste as it seeks to curb rubbish imports going into the country.


Legislation | 14 November 2018

Australia-Indonesia free trade deal delayed over embassy spat

Australia's proposal of moving its embassy in the Middle East has caused delays to a free trade agreement in Asia.


Brexit | 14 November 2018

Food manufacturers 'stockpiling' for fear of Brexit disruption

Widespread stockpiling is taking place ahead of Brexit in case of customs delays.


Legislation | 13 November 2018

Canada: Full trade deal with China is possible

Canada may want a free trade deal with China, trade minister Jim Carr has said.


Imports and Exports | 13 November 2018

China plans to reduce trade surplus by boosting imports

China has a plan to encourage spending in order to cut its trade deficit.


Imports and Exports | 7 November 2018

World Trade sees a boost in October

There was an increase in global trade last month, data has shown.


Industry News | 7 November 2018

WTO receives complaints about US tariffs

A heated meeting of the World Trade Organization has seen complaints received about US protectionism.


Industry News | 6 November 2018

Trade wars hit New Zealand's economy

Far-off trade wars between China and America are having an effect in New Zealand.


Legislation | 6 November 2018

Iranian oil sanctions may backfire as waivers are granted

Some countries will now not have to adhere to new rules about buying Iranian oil.