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China June Exports Unexpectedly Rise 0.5% Year-On-Year, Imports Up 2.7%

China posted a trade surplus of $46.42 billion last month, compared with the poll's forecast for a $58.60 billion surplus and $62.93 billion surplus in May.

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Boycott Of Chinese Goods May Not Feasible - India Export Body

India's customs officials at Chennai, one of India's biggest ports, have held shipments originating from China for extra checks.

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Exporters Say China Soy Buyers Want Guarantee Of Coronavirus-Free Cargoes

China is trying to prevent any risk of new COVID-19 infections from imported goods as it takes aggressive measures to contain a recent spike in coronavirus infections linked to a sprawling wholesale food market in Beijing.

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German Economy To Contract More Sharply In Second Quarter Than In First Quarter, Ministry Says

The ministry said leading economic indicators did not point to a sustainable recovery in the job market in the next few months.

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Banning 27 Pesticides Will Hurt Farmers' Income And Exports: PMFAI

These generic pesticides have been used in India since 1970 without any risk or adverse impact to humans, animals and environment, and include Malathion that was extensively used by the government during the recent locust attack

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South Korean Exports Fall For Third Month But At A Slower Pace

Shipments contracted 23.7% year-on-year in May, trade ministry data showed on Monday, slower than a 25.1% drop in April but worse than a 22.1% plunge tipped

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Malaysia Signs Record Rice Import Deal With India: Exporters

Malaysia is the world's second-biggest producer and exporter of the vegetable oil after Indonesia, and India's restrictions had badly affected its sales.

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China's April Exports Rebound, But Outlook Remains Grim

China exported millions of tonnes of medical products worth 71.2 billion yuan ($10.03 billion) in the March-April period, according to the customs agency.

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China's Exports Slump Seen Extending To March As Coronavirus Ravages Global Economy

Imports, meanwhile, are set to have shrunk 9.5% from a year earlier, the sharpest drop since July 2016 and versus an 4.0% decline in January-February.

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Malaysia Aims To Resolve Palm Oil Spat With India Within A Month

The biggest buyer of Malaysian palm oil for five years, put curbs in January on purchases, in retaliation for then prime minister Mahathir Mohamad's criticism of its policy on the Himalayan region of Kashmir and a new citizenship law.

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Drip Capital Partners With BAA To Bring Alternative Financing Solutions For Exporters

The two organisations will partner to provide stakeholders from India's export ecosystem with training in technology and invoice factoring.

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How SME Exporters Could Prep-Up For Trade Wars

In India’s quest to become an export-led growth economy once again, it's domestic Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have a big opportunity at hand.

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Rupee Rises From Record Low, Recovers 23 Paise Against US Dollar

Amid increased selling by exporters and a weakening dollar, the rupee rose 23 paise to 74.16 against the american currency in early trade today

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EEPC Urges Govt To Refund 90% GST Refunds To Exporters

EEPC said that while the government has extended the dates for filing of July returns for GST to September 10, 25 and 30 and for August to October 5, 10 and 15, ironically, it would mean blocking of the refunds for exporters, who are in any case hard pressed for cash and have been significantly disadvantaged by continuous rise in value of rupee against the US dollar

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Oil Prices Rise On Talk Of Possible Exporter Moves To Prop Up Market

International Brent crude oil futures were trading at $46.40 per barrel at 0536 GMT, up 36 cents, or 0.8 per cent, and earlier hitting a three-week high at $46.66

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