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Hard to understand what UK wants from Brexit, says Leo Varadkar

European leaders are finding it hard to understand the UK's position on Brexit due to mixed messages from the country, Ireland's prime minister has said.

  • 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.