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UK and Canada agree 'rollover' post-Brexit trading terms

The UK and Canada have agreed to continue trading under the terms of the Ceta agreement with the EU while negotiations on a new trade deal continue in 2021.


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'Zoom boom' helps boost Japanese exports

Global demand for electronics and telecommunication equipment has helped Japan's economy climb out of recession, new figures have shown.


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What impact will a Biden presidency have on world trade?

The election of Joe Biden as US president could lead to a change of focus for the US' trade policy, though the rivalry with China is set to remain.


Origin Calculation | | MIC Customs Solutions |

Asia-Pacific nations agree world's largest trade deal

15 nations in the Asia-Pacific region have put pen to paper on the new RCEP deal, which will create the world's largest free trade bloc.


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EU imposes tariffs on £4bn of US goods

Tariffs on $4 billion worth of US imports to the EU have come into effect as the dispute over aircraft subsidies continues.


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Open markets 'vital' to global economic recovery

The DDG of the WTO has highlighted how trade will have a key role to play in helping the global economy return to growth post-Covid.


Imports and Exports | | MIC Customs Solutions |

China to import more than $22tn over next 10 years

The president of China Xi Jinping has said the country will import more than $22tn worth of goods over the coming ten years.


Imports and Exports | | MIC Customs Solutions |

Malaysia’s palm oil exports to rise 5.6% in 2020

Malaysia is expecting to see exports of palm oil have risen by 5.6 per cent by the end of 2020, the nation’s government has announced.


Imports and Exports | | MIC Customs Solutions |

German exports rise boosts hope of recovery

German exports saw positive performance in September, which may help Europe's largest economy avoid another recession.


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WTO to select new DG - what could the two final candidates offer?

The WTO will have its first female leader next month as it decides between Nigeria's Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and South Korea's Yoo Myung-hee for the post of director-general.