Vietnam remains largest winner from Trans-Pacific trade pact without US: experts

While U.S. inclusion would add 'heft' to the deal, it is still expected to boost exports and attract more foreign investment.

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    Malaysia said it expects to conclude talks with India on a free-trade agreement next week that should see it obtain greater access for products including cocoa and palm oil as well as more stringent anti-dumping provisions.

  • India Flexible for Doha Trade Deal

    India is taking proactive measures and ready to make concessions to ensure a successful conclusion of the Doha round of multilateral trade talks, an official said here Tuesday.

  • Brazil Raises Tax on Foreign Fixed-Income Investments

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