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The twentieth APEC misnisterial meeting
The twentieth APEC misnisterial meeting

25/11/2008

We, the APEC Ministers, met on 19-20 November in Lima to participate in the 20th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Ministerial Meeting. The meeting was co-chaired by José Antonio García-Belaúnde, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Peru, and Mercedes Araoz, Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism of Peru.
APEC Agrees to Avoid Trade War: INDONESIAN TRADE MINISTER
APEC Agrees to Avoid Trade War: INDONESIAN TRADE MINISTER

25/11/2008

JAKARTA, Nov 21 Asia Pulse - Indonesian Trade Minister Mari Elka Pangestu said APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) member countries had agreed to avoid trade war (protectionism) which would worsen the ongoing global financial crisis.
Big Changes in EU Bike Import
Big Changes in EU Bike Import

25/11/2008

BRUSSELS, Belgium – Despite the fact that the country doesn’t benefit from a duty free export status for bicycles shipped to the European Union, it managed to more than double its export to Europe up to almost 1.5 million and promptly took over second position from China.
Currant
Currant 'dump' duty

25/11/2008

Customs last week handed down a report that found Greek currants were being dumped in Australia at a much cheaper price than what they sell for in Greece.
Customs seeks to keep unsafe, cheap shrimp out of U.S.
Customs seeks to keep unsafe, cheap shrimp out of U.S.

25/11/2008

BATON ROUGE — Federal law-enforcement agents have begun new efforts to prevent Chinese shrimp producers from evading trade and food-safety laws.
Despite WTO, Vietnam faces problems in garment exports
Despite WTO, Vietnam faces problems in garment exports

25/11/2008

Since Vietnam joined the WTO, its textile and garment sector has enjoyed opportunities to expand markets but also faced difficulties resulting from possible US protectionism and limited competitiveness of local firms.
Govt mulls temporary licensing regime
Govt mulls temporary licensing regime

25/11/2008

NEW DELHI: Faced with the threat of cheap imports, particularly from China, flooding the Indian market, the Commerce Ministry is mulling a temporary licensing regime for import of select items.
Indian Govt. considers Temporary Licensing Regime For Select Items
Indian Govt. considers Temporary Licensing Regime For Select Items

25/11/2008

(RTTNews) - The Commerce Ministry is contemplating a temporary licensing regime for import of select items, considering a threat of cheap imports flooding the Indian market, especially from China, media reported.
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