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Imports and Exports | 11 May 2018

WTO members voice concerns over rising trade tensions and protectionism

Members of the World Trade Organization have issued a joint statement voicing concerns over the rising trade tensions and escalating protectionism among leading nations.


Legislation | 10 May 2018

China, Japan and South Korea call for greater cooperation on free trade

Leaders from China, Japan and South Korea have met to discuss the importance of establishing stronger trade links between the nations.


Legislation | 9 May 2018

Officials voice confidence in progress on new NAFTA deal

Officials involved in the renegotiation of NAFTA have expressed confidence that progress is being made, although a major breakthrough is yet to be achieved.


Imports and Exports | 8 May 2018

China's imports and exports exceed forecasts in April 2018

China has delivered better-than-expected trade results for April 2018, resulting in a strong trade surplus for the month.


Imports and Exports | 4 May 2018

US trade deficit shrinks in March following strong export growth

The US was able to shrink its trade deficit in March 2018 after export figures hit a record high.


Brexit | 3 May 2018

UK government faces deepening internal rift over EU customs deal

The British government is facing serious internal divisions due to disagreements over whether or not the UK should be seeking a post-Brexit customs deal with the EU.


Imports and Exports | 2 May 2018

US delays decision on steel and aluminum tariffs for EU, Canada and Mexico

The US has agreed to delay its decision on imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum on the EU, Canada and Mexico, as it prepares for talks with China over the same issue.


Brexit | 1 May 2018

MPs warn UK government against rushing into US trade negotiations

MPs have warned the British government against rushing into trade negotiations with the US that could harm the UK's links with other countries.


Legislation | 30 April 2018

India and China among countries to hit out against EU investigation of steel imports

Eight countries, including China and India, have criticized the EU's decision to launch a safeguard investigation examining imports of certain steel products.


Origin Calculation | 30 April 2018

A closer look at the new EU-Mexico trade agreement

The new free trade agreement between the EU and Mexico is set to deliver benefits for a wide range of industries, with the agricultural sector likely to see particularly pronounced gains.