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EU-Vietnam FTA needs to balance interests: Deputy PM

The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) needs to balance both sides’ interests and respects the articles that they have agreed on, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue told Ambassador Bruno Angelet, head of the EU Delegation to Vietnam.

  • U.S.-Brazil Deal Poised to Open Trade in Constrained Market

    March 21 (Bloomberg) -- The trade and economic cooperation deal signed by the U.S. and Brazil will open a constrained market and help reach the administration’s goal of doubling exports by 2015, U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk said.

  • U.S. says China missed copyright goods deadline

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China has missed a deadline to comply with a World Trade Organization ruling against restrictions on foreign companies distributing copyright-intensive goods like books, newspapers, films, DVDs and music, a U.S. official said on Monday.

  • Fresh fruit exports face difficulties

    Many businesses have had their produce rejected and must sell their goods at a lower price or wait to export them to China.

  • Conference to promote trade with Korea

    The Investment and Trade Promotion Centre of Ho Chi Minh City is coordinating with the Incheon Business Agency to organize a conference on business and investment between Vietnam and Incheon City in Korea, on March 23.

  • China Commerce Min: Willing To Discuss Trade Balance With G20

    BEIJING (MNI) - China's trade minister said he would be willing to discuss including the trade balance -- and indirectly, the exchange rate

  • Palin says India-US ties are key to world’s future, warns of China’s rise in New Delhi speech

    NEW DELHI — U.S. politician Sarah Palin stressed the importance of America’s ties with India, saying they were based on the shared values of freedom and free-market capitalism, while sounding a warning note on China’s rise during a speech Saturday in New Delhi.

  • U.S., Brazil Sign Trade, Economic Agreement as Obama Visits

    March 19 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. and Brazil signed a trade and economic cooperation agreement to boost commerce between the Western Hemisphere’s largest economies as President Barack Obama arrived for his first visit to South America.

  • Georgia Holds Up Russian WTO Entry

    A second round of talks is due to be held in April between Russia and Georgia, mediated by Switzerland, concerning Russia's entry to the World Trade Organisation. Harsh words have been exchanged between representatives of the two countries in the aftermath of the first round on March 10.