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China imposes checks on food imports as coronavirus cases spike

Chinese panic over more coronavirus cases in Beijing is leading to strict new rules on food imports.


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Talks poised to begin for landmark US-Kenyan free trade deal.

July will hopefully see the opening up of discussions for a trade agreement between Kenya and the US.


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Vietnam ratifies FTA with European Union

Vietnam has voted overwhelmingly in favour of bringing in a new free trade agreement with the EU.


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China insists US trade agreement still stands: what next for Phase One?

China has now spoken out to say it does intend to honour its commitments and continue with 'Phase One'.


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EU and Mexico conclude FTA replacing the existing EU-Mexico Global Agreement - so what does it entail?

The end of April 2020 saw the final hurdle cleared for the free trade deal between the European Union and Mexico. Here, we'll see what that means for them both.


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Australia-Indonesia FTA to take effect in July

The free trade deal between Indonesia and Australia should be up and running in two months' time.


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Sri Lankan port opens up paperless import clearance

Sri Lanka wants to reduce contact during the import process as coronavirus continues to spread.


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AfCFTA put on hold as Africa prepares for coronavirus

All Africa can do is wait and see the toll coronavirus takes - but this leaves little time for trade agreements.


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Sino-American trade deal may be crumbling as both sides play blame game

Relations between China and the US have soured to the extent that their trade deal could now be off the table.


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RCEP 'may be delayed' as economies rebuild

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership may not be signed this year as originally planned.