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US, EU Agree To Iron Out Trade Dispute Through Talks

We met right here at the White House to launch a new phase in the relationship between the US and the European Union -- a phase of close friendship; of strong trade relations in which both of us will win; of working better together for global security and prosperity; and of fighting jointly against terrorism: Trump

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Indian Companies Create 18,000 Jobs In South Africa

Indian companies with operations in South Africa have invested more than $ 4 billion and created 18,000 direct jobs

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Exports Up 12.36% In December; Trade Deficit Widens To 3-Year High

Imports too surged significantly to $41.91 billion, up 21.12 per cent, on increased inbound shipments of crude oil and gold

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Nations With Healthy Trade Relations Seldom Go To War

Trade does bring people together. It may sound a little stretched, but it’s true that the human race is today living in one of the most peaceful phases of its existence.

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Our Nation Is In Urgent Need Of R&D In Field Of Agriculture, Trade: Mohan Bhagwat

Mohan Bhagwat, Chief, Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) said on Monday (27 June) that nation has the lot to achieve in the field of agriculture with help of science-technology research

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Trade Tyranny: ‘Goodwill Growth’ Garbled

The author talks about the insinuated nuances that the protectionism or the restricted trade movement carries and why policy preclusions are necessary that tend to create a disparagement to goodwill gestures that arise out of development and thus restrain the freewill

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India Will Benefit From Donald Trump's Protectionist Measures, Suggests World Bank

South Asian countries in particular India need not worry much from potential protectionist measures from the US and other developed nations as such a move is bound to benefit them and open up new vistas of opportunities, a top World Bank official said

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India Extends Canada Exemption From Crop Fumigation Policy

Sources in India said the exemption applies to all countries and crops, but Canada, as the biggest pulse exporter, was affected most

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Engineering Sales Lift India's Exports For Sixth Month In Feb

Ahead of the G20 finance ministers meeting this week in Germany, the International Monetary Fund has called on the Group of 20 major economies to work together to preserve the benefits of trade and avoid protectionism

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Japan Asks WTO To Set Up Settlement Panel In India Steel Dispute

Japan in December asked for WTO dispute consultations with India over steel safeguard duties and a minimum import price for iron and steel products

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India Considers Reinstating 25 Per Cent Wheat Import Tax

India, the world's second-biggest wheat producer, lowered the import tax on the grain to 10 percent from 25 percent in September 2016 and scrapped the duty on Dec. 8 last year

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Wheat Imports To Slow After March On Fumigation Rule Change

New Delhi has asked exporters to fumigate their cargoes with methyl bromide, an insect control gas banned in Europe and the Black Sea region

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German Current Account Surplus To Hit Record

Munich-based Ifo economic institute says Germany's current account surplus is expected to have hit a new record of $297 billion in 2016

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North-East Needs More Infra Fund For Development

If government focuses upon providing the acceleration of infrastructure creation in North-eastern region (NER) then automatically spillover effect can be witnessed in boosting trade, commerce and untapped tourism potential

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Sugar Output Down 5.3 Per Cent, Says Trade Body

A drop in production could lift local prices and prompt the world's second-biggest consumer to allow duty-free imports of the sweetener

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