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Beyond Brussels: China-US ties, WTO chicken ruling, Indian mini-ministerial, Australian wine, NAFTA

There were plenty of trade stories from around the world this week, including efforts by China’s president to ease strained ties with the US, a request for Washington to probe the security risks of uranium imports, India’s plan to hold a mini-ministerial meeting, Australia’s trade challenge of Canadian measures on …

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Beyond Brussels: Canadian WTO challenge, NAFTA, India, Vietnamese STEs, Chinese trade surplus

The year began with a bang in some parts of the world in terms of commerce, including a World Trade Organization complained filed by Canada against US trade-remedy measures that could eventually draw in other WTO members as complainants.   Canada challenges ‘America First’ approach at WTO   Canada has …

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Beyond Brussels: e-commerce, NAFTA, TPP, US beef exports, Serbia-EEU, India and ASEAN

It was a relatively quiet week for trade around the world this week as the holidays approach. The Beyond Brussels column will also take a holiday, and return in January. Borderlex wishes all of our subscribers a wonderful holiday season and a healthy and prosperous 2018.   E-COMMERCE: Governments are …

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Week ahead: Mercosur, new antidumping methodology, EU India summit

Mercosur   A new round of negotiations towards a free trade agreement between the European Union and Mercosur starts today (2 October 2017) in Brasilia.   It is probably make-or-break week if both regional blocs want to reach a deal before the end of the year, a deadline supported both …

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India: EU “awaiting reply” on trade dialogue after BIT upset

The EU has not been successful in convincing India to relaunch long-stalled bilateral free trade negotiations. Nor has it been able to stop New Delhi from cancelling its bilateral investment treaties with individual EU member states. So far, there seems no way out of the impasse, a letter written by trade commissioner Cecilia Malmström …