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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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India's Trade Deficit With China Mounts To $46.56 Billion

The total India-China bilateral trade in 2016 amounted to $70.8 billion, a decline of 2.1 per cent as per the trade figures released by General Administration of Customs

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EU Lifts 3-Year Ban On Import Of Some Vegetables From India

In May 2014, a ban was imposed by the European Commission on import of mangoes, bitter gourd, egg plant, snake gourd and taro leaves from India on grounds of interceptions of harmful organisms leading to fears on account of bio-security of the region

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Steel Ministry Seeks Lower Import Taxes On Key Raw Materials

The finance ministry could even scrap the current 5 percent import duty on nickel, largely used in stainless steel production, says Aruna Sharma, the top civil servant at the steel ministry

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Services Sector Set To Benefit From Global Trade

Services expected to form 25 per cent of global trade in a sustained manner by 2030, driven by growth in B2B and ICT

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India To Produce Surplus Sugar In 2017-18: Industry Body

The world's biggest consumer of sugar is unlikely to import the sweetener in the 2016-17 marketing year that started on Oct. 1

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Pakistan Resumes Cotton Imports From India: Government Official

The resumption in the cotton trade will help India in exporting surplus, while Pakistan will benefit from cheaper supplies

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India Scraps Wheat Import Duty, Purchases May Hit Decade High

Traders say output in the last two crop years has fallen well below the peak of 2013/2014, reducing stocks to the lowest level in nearly a decade and inflating domestic prices

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Pacific Rim Leaders Scramble For Trade Options In Trump Era

While campaigning for the presidential election which he won, Trump labelled the TPP a job-killing 'disaster' and called for curbs on immigration

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Cash Crunch Chokes Off India Palm Oil Imports

Cargo surveyor data shows Malaysian palm oil shipments to India for the first half of November have already dropped by 81-85 per cent versus the corresponding period last month

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IIFT Delhi: Creating Specialised Leaders For Trade

With several international partners on board, IIFT Delhi produces management scholars who help ease trade in the country

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EU Pushes For Early Resumption Of FTA Talks With India

Failure to finalise a deal will have adverse impact on trade as India's bilateral investment pacts with several EU-member countries are expiring soon

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