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Imports and Exports | 11 June 2019

British exports hit record high

The UK exported more products than ever before in the 12 months to April 2019.


Imports and Exports | 6 June 2019

Argentina's crude oil exports tipped for growth

There may be more opportunities to buy oil from Argentina over the coming years.


Industry News | 6 June 2019

World trade 'facing an uphill battle'

ING has provided downcast trade figures for this year if current situations do not improve.


Imports and Exports | 4 June 2019

Malaysian exports experience surprise rebound

The economy in Malaysia did better than expected in April.


Legislation | 4 June 2019

WTO pledges support for African integration

Roberto Azevedo wants to support Africa as it continues its economic development.


Imports and Exports | 3 June 2019

USMCA may be derailed by new tariff threat to Mexico

The likelihood of Mexico agreeing to a free trade deal with the US may have been significantly reduced.


Brexit | 3 June 2019

US 'would include entire UK economy' in trade deal talks

America wants to be comprehensive with any British trade deal, but there are fears this could change some things too much in the UK.


Imports and Exports | 30 May 2019

Rare earths: A trump card over Trump for China?

The trade war has become hotter after China threatened to restrict the movement of significant minerals.


Legislation | 28 May 2019

EU, China and Thailand step in on WTO complaint over India

More countries have joined the fray in a complaint over Indian import tariffs.


Legislation | 23 May 2019

Vietnam and EU commit to partnership as EVFTA nears completion

A Joint Committee meeting between the EU and Vietnam suggests implementation of the EVFTA could be getting nearer.