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International Trade And Growth: Reuniting Global Players

While speaking at Davos Summit, experts note that trade can substantially contribute to global growth and global players need to find ways to cooperate with each other

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Sri Lanka, Russia In Talks To Utilise Indian Rupee In Foreign Trade

Sri Lanka has been facing a degrading economy since last year, especially a shortage of US dollars. Designating the Indian rupee as the legal currency would help them with liquidity support

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UK Trade Minister Trevelyan To Launch FTA Talks In Delhi Next Week

The UK minister will also attend a Defence Industry roundtable hosted alongside Defence Secretary Dr Ajay Kumar to promote future UK-India defence collaboration and strategic cooperation in the Indo-Pacific.

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New Rail-Road Line Provides China With Direct Access To The Indian Ocean

The new line links Yangon in Myanmar to Chengdu in China. It is the first project that will link western China to the Indian Ocean. A shipment via the new route arrived in Chengdu from Singapore last week.

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How Digitization Can Help Create A Robust Ecosystem In Sea Freight Management

Challenges like slowing down of import/ export, shortages of equipment and labor, stricter movement across international borders and new rules of international trade, has brought the sector to a slowdown!

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Govt Working On Formulating Standards For AYUSH Products To Increase Its International Trade

Commerce and AYUSH ministries have already decided to work together to set up an export promotion council to boost export of AYUSH products from India.

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Asia Pacific Air Passenger Markets Report 3.4 Pc Growth: AAPA

International air cargo demand in freight tonne kilometre terms (FTK) fell by 1.9 per cent year-on-year as declines in new export orders affected international trade activity.

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UK To Maintain Duty-Free Access For Developing Countries After Brexit

The government said around 48 countries would continue to benefit from tariff-free exports on all goods other than arms and ammunition to the UK and that once it had left the EU in 2019 it would explore options to expand trade relations further.

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