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Amid trade war, foreign startups may spot opportunity in China
Amid trade war, foreign startups may spot opportunity in China

18/03/2019

While analysts speculate over who the winners and losers are in the US-China trade war, we’re seeing convincing signs that this is an opportune moment for international startups to break into the Chinese consumer market.
Brexit or no Brexit, our real problem is failure to invest
Brexit or no Brexit, our real problem is failure to invest

18/03/2019

And even staying in the EU would only lessen the effects of this shortfall, not solve it
Commission to strengthen anti-subsidies measures by end of year
Commission to strengthen anti-subsidies measures by end of year

15/03/2019

The European Commission will propose by the end of 2019 new measures to address the negative impact of foreign subsidies and state-owned companies, according to documents made available on Wednesday (13 March), as the EU aims for a more assertive tone towards China.
Australia lifts duty on Thai pineapples
Australia lifts duty on Thai pineapples

15/03/2019

Higher shipments of pineapples to Australia are anticipated this year after Australia lifted its anti-dumping duty imposed on imports of Thai canned pineapple used in the food industry. 
Malaysia: CSC FY19-21 likely to gain from anti-dumping duties on GI products
Malaysia: CSC FY19-21 likely to gain from anti-dumping duties on GI products

15/03/2019

Maintain sell with an unchanged target price (TP) of 83 sen: The Ministry of International Trade and Industry’s (Miti) decision to impose anti-dumping duties on imports of galvanised iron (GI) products at up to 16.13% is positive news for the domestic GI market. That said, the benefit to the domestic market and CSC Steel Holdings’ GI sales could be minimal. We...
Trump says he is in
Trump says he is in 'no rush' to complete US-China trade deal

15/03/2019

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he was in no rush to complete a trade pact with China and insisted that any deal include protection for intellectual property, a major sticking point between the two sides during months of negotiations.
Orders for wood product exports soar
Orders for wood product exports soar

15/03/2019

Orders for furniture exports have risen strongly so far this year as demand has risen, according to the Chairman and CEO of Hiep Long Fine Furniture Company.
U.S: Antidumping duties on Chinese mattresses expected in May
U.S: Antidumping duties on Chinese mattresses expected in May

13/03/2019

Preliminary antidumping duties on Chinese mattresses are expected to be announced in late May, sources say.
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