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Vietnam’s import-export sector faces more challenges

The fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) is considered a golden chance for developing countries like Vietnam to improve quality of services, goods and competitive advantages.

  • New Zealand Pushing India FTA

    New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key, accompanied by Trade Minister Tim Groser and a 25-strong business delegation, will meet with key Indian individuals to discuss furthering bilateral trade and investment, with talks expected to focus on a proposed trade pact aimed at reducing tariffs.

  • US: Chamber sees deal soon to move trade pacts

    (Reuters) - White House and congressional negotiators appear "within striking distance" of a deal on a retraining program that has held up votes on trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama, the Chamber of Commerce said on Wednesday.

  • WTO will strengthen EU claims on China export curbs: EU

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - An upcoming ruling by the World Trade Organization on whether China broke global rules by limiting raw material exports will bolster European plans to challenge other curbs by Beijing, the EU's trade chief said on Tuesday.

  • Ecuador, Turkey begin talks on trade agreement

    Ecuador and Turkey on Tuesday began the first round of negotiations for a trade development agreement.

  • WTO's Lamy: Doha failure an "academic" question

    (Reuters) - The head of the World Trade Organization on Monday dismissed the notion that the Doha round of trade negotiations was dead, and held out hope that a band of smaller countries might help prod India, China and the United States toward agreement.

  • Korea-EU FTA: No sudden windfall

    The Korea-European Union free trade agreement goes into effect on July 1, promising to remove nearly all tariffs within in five years, boost two-way trade and Korea’s profile in the EU and move the Korean economy a step closer to advanced status.

  • India: Cut import duties on automobiles, components: Tata

    New Delhi, June 13 (PTI) At a time when the Indian automobile industry is strongly opposing lowering of import duty in the proposed India-EU FTA, Tata group chief Ratan Tata has favoured cutting tariff on vehicles and components coming from overseas.

  • Canada And India To Conclude FTA

    Canada is committed to concluding free trade negotiations with India by 2013 and increasing levels of bilateral trade, according to the country's Minister of International Trade.