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Vietnam dominates Canada’s shrimp market

Vietnam’s shrimp export value to Canada reached 27.7 million USD by March 2018, a year-on-year increase of 16 percent, according to Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

  • Australia Faces WTO Complaint Over Tobacco Packaging: Sources Bloomberg News

    Australia might face a complaint as soon as this week at the World Trade Organization over its plain-packaging law on tobacco products, Bloomberg News reported Monday on its website, citing two unnamed sources.

  • US Bill To Legitimize US Countervailing Duties

    In a move that was said to be critical to levelling the playing field for United States businesses facing unfairly subsidized imports, bipartisan legislation has been introduced in Congress which confirms that the Commerce Department can continue to apply countervailing duties (CVDs) to non-market economies (NMEs), such as China.

  • Vietnam, an ‘active’ WTO member: spokesman

    VNEconomyNews.com - Vietnam, like many other Asian countries, is an active and important member of the World Trade Organization since the region is the fastest growing part of the global economy, WTO spokesman Keith Rockwell said Thursday.

  • Can Noda strengthen China–Japan relations?

    Just four months after assuming office, Yoshihiko Noda made a state visit to China on 25–26 December 2011.

  • US steps up push for WTO services trade talks

    WASHINGTON, March 2 (Reuters) - The United States will not let objections from major emerging economies such as China, India and Brazil stop it from pursuing a services trade agreement within the World Trade Organization, a top U.S. trade official said on Friday.

  • Peru, Japan activate FTA-style agreement

    LIMA, March 2 (Xinhua) -- Peru and Japan on Thursday set in motion an accord similar to a Free Trade Agreement (FTA), with high hopes from both sides to boost their economic ties.

  • Pakistan opens door to all Indian products

    LAHORE - SALMAN ABDUHU — The Federal government’s decision to liberalise trade with India and cabinet approval to eliminate negative list by year end are going to open country’s doors to Indian products whereas Pakistan has nothing significant to export India except raw gypsum, salt and dry fruits.

  • Georgia expects free trade regime with EU from 2013

    TBILISI, March 2 (Xinhua) -- Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said on Thursday that his country expects to have free trade agreement with the European Union in 2013.