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What’s behind chicken exports to Japan?

Vietnam has exported its first consignment of 300 tons of chicken to Japan, described as a ‘historic milestone’ for the livestock industry.

  • FTA should be a win-win situation for all: UK

    Chennai, Mar 18 (PTI) UK today said it hopes that the on-going negotiations on signing a Free Trade Agreement between European Union and India would be completed successfully to the mutual benefit of all.

  • Appellate Body Reversal On 'Double Remedies' Sparks Angry U.S. Reaction

    The March 11 reversal by the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization of key parts of a dispute panel ruling involving the simultaneous application of countervailing duties and antidumping duties by the United States on imports from China...

  • A WTO Win for China

    A ruling against Washington is good for the U.S. and good for world trade.

  • WTO Sides With China Over US Double Duties

    The World Trade Organization (WTO), in a surprise decision, has upheld China’s appeal that the United States could not apply both antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) measures to a range of Chinese imports.

  • US hopes India, China will help conclude Doha round

    Washington, Mar 15 (PTI) Asserting that the United States is engaged in trying to pursue an ambitious agreement for the Doha Round, a top White House official on Monday hoped that major trading partners like China, India and Brazil will help successfully conclude the Doha round of trade negotiations.

  • Textile-garment industry confident to earn $13 bln in export

    VNEconomyNews.com - Vietnam's garment and textile sector is very confident of fulfilling the export target of US$13 billion this year, according to an official from Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (Vitas).

  • Landrieu: Tariffs on seafood aren't being collected

    As the International Trade Commission meets today to decide whether to continue anti-dumping tariffs on imported shrimp, Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., said the agency charged with collecting the levies hasn't done a good enough job.

  • S Korea's import prices jump 16.9% in Feb

    SEOUL, March 15 (Xinhua) -- South Korea's import prices jumped 16.9 percent on-year in February mainly due to higher oil prices, the central bank said Tuesday.