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Free trade deal with South Korea will help Australian beef producers - The Guardian

Free trade deal with South Korea will help Australian beef producers - The Guardian | international business | Scoop.it
The Guardian Free trade deal with South Korea will help Australian beef producers The Guardian South Korean companies wishing to export cars, white goods and electronics to Australia will benefit from reduced trade barriers as part of a deal that...
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Forget the Hype - China is Winning the Apparel War - Sourcing Journal Online

Forget the Hype - China is Winning the Apparel War - Sourcing Journal Online | international business | Scoop.it
China, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Mexico, Pakistan, Honduras, and Cambodia make up 75 to 80 percent of imports to the United States. Despite the negative press about recent trends, U.S. imports of apparel and textiles have....
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Sustainability Mega Forces – Is Your Business At Risk‎ - Mondaq News Alerts (registration)

Sustainability Mega Forces – Is Your Business At Risk‎ Mondaq News Alerts (registration) ... leading to a further deterioration of global ecosystems.
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All That Remains Sound Between Spain And The UK – Analysis - Eurasia Review

All That Remains Sound Between Spain And The UK – Analysis - Eurasia Review | international business | Scoop.it
All That Remains Sound Between Spain And The UK – Analysis Eurasia Review There may not be another case in the world of two countries that, without being neighbours or sharing a common language, have a greater interpersonal, business and even...
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In quality crackdown, US drug regulator finds Indian companies critically ill - Business Standard

In quality crackdown, US drug regulator finds Indian companies critically ill Business Standard In the same period, Chinese drug manufacturing facilities faced seven FDA import alerts; Australian, Canadian and Japanese ones two each; and South...
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government regulation---a form of trade barrier
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Why China is set to shake world economy again - ABS CBN News

Why China is set to shake world economy again - ABS CBN News | international business | Scoop.it
Xinhua Why China is set to shake world economy again ABS CBN News BEIJING/LONDON - Long after concerns about tightening U.S.
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Why haven't UK exports grown faster? - Investment & Business News

Why haven't UK exports grown faster? - Investment & Business News | international business | Scoop.it
Why haven't UK exports grown faster? Investment & Business News The argument runs like this: global trade has become so integrated, with supply chains being so closely in alignment, that it is very hard for a country that sits in a supply chain to...
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Pak-Japan's 60-year diplomatic relations: an overview - PakistanToday.com.pk

Pak-Japan's 60-year diplomatic relations: an overview - PakistanToday.com.pk | international business | Scoop.it
PakistanToday.com.pk Pak-Japan's 60-year diplomatic relations: an overview PakistanToday.com.pk Within the first decade of Pakistan's independence, some 50 multinational Japanese companies had already set up their offices, mainly for trading...
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It's time to privatize Canada's leading ports and airports - The Globe and Mail

It's time to privatize Canada's leading ports and airports - The Globe and Mail | international business | Scoop.it
It's time to privatize Canada's leading ports and airports The Globe and Mail The falling Canadian dollar, weak economic growth, and high trade deficits, despite robust commodity exports, suggest the need for fresh thinking about future strategies...
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Renewables Rising, Coal Still King - AllAfrica.com

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Renewables Rising, Coal Still King AllAfrica.com The state-owned rail utility is spending billions of dollars to upgrade coal export lines, and the state-owned electric utility, Eskom, is currently building the third- and fourth-largest coalfired...
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U.S. oil glut seen in 2015 as export ban tested | Financial Post

U.S. oil glut seen in 2015 as export ban tested | Financial Post | international business | Scoop.it
The U.S. will have to expand plants, curb output or allow exports, according to Washington-based PFC Energy, a consulting unit of research company IHS Inc. Most of the ...
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Canada, Brazil, and Economic Espionage for Cronies - PanAmerican Post

Canada, Brazil, and Economic Espionage for Cronies - PanAmerican Post | international business | Scoop.it
PanAmerican Post Canada, Brazil, and Economic Espionage for Cronies PanAmerican Post EspañolThere are two default responses to recently leaked documents that reveal Canada has been spying on Brazil's Ministry of Mines and Energy and the...
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R Viswanathan: A rush that could fuel economy - Gulf Today

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R Viswanathan: A rush that could fuel economy
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Brazil is the global leader with 16 million of the world's total 27 million flexi-fuel vehicles in December 2011. Brazil uses ethanol in ...
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Somaliland wants to be a trading hub. Here are the problems - New Statesman

Somaliland wants to be a trading hub. Here are the problems - New Statesman | international business | Scoop.it
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Reliance Life Sciences enters anti-cancer market
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“Oncology is the leading therapeutic class in the global pharmaceutical market today,” said Subramaniam, adding that the company is targeting both the domestic and export markets.
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Think about what we pulled out of the China article...and see if you can find similar concepts here...fascinating!

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Keeping a Massive Trade Deal Out of the Fast Lane - Truth-Out

Keeping a Massive Trade Deal Out of the Fast Lane - Truth-Out | international business | Scoop.it
Keeping a Massive Trade Deal Out of the Fast Lane Truth-Out One thing members of Congress probably aren't hearing about from their constituents during the August recess is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the most significant international...
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New Zealand apology explains a lot about - China Daily

New Zealand apology explains a lot about - China Daily | international business | Scoop.it
New Zealand apology explains a lot about China Daily Its massive demand for quality imported products makes it a key market for many multinationals, while its appetite for commodities has become essential to the health of many national economies,...
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Not Really Made in China (or the United States) - New York Times

Not Really Made in China (or the United States) - New York Times | international business | Scoop.it
Not Really Made in China (or the United States) New York Times Tags and advertising slogans proclaiming manufacture in a specific country are fading, because goods assembled with components from many different countries represent a growing share of...
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