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Is a currency war coming?

WHEN Shinzo Abe became Japanese Prime Minister on Boxing Day last year, he promised to deliver change.

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South American trade bloc looks left, hits bumps in the road

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Leaders of South America's Mercosur trade bloc gathered on Friday to consider adding two left-leaning governments to its ranks, but the meeting was overshadowed by growing protectionism and an undeclared trade war between Brazil and Argentina that threatens to rip the group apart.

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China announces anti-dumping move

BEIJING: China will implement anti-dumping measures against precursor chemical toluene diisocyanate imported from Europe and has begun a separate investigation of other chemical imports from Europe and the United States, the government said.

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China rails against protectionism at party congress

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's top trade and investment officials are railing against what they call a rising tide of global protectionism that blocks its major companies from expanding overseas and further integrating into the global economy.

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China rails against protectionism at party congress

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's top trade and investment officials are railing against what they call a rising tide of global protectionism that blocks its major companies from expanding overseas and further integrating into the global economy.

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Romney is likely to break "day-one" China currency pledge

BEIJING: Presidential candidate Mitt Romney would lack the legal power to label China a currency manipulator on his first day in office should he win Tuesday's election, offering him a way out of what experts say is the weakest claim on the issue for years.

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U.S. candidates pass over tough China questions in final debate

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney vowed on Monday to get tough on China's trade policies, but they mostly used the Asian giant as a foil to air competing domestic economic programs in their final debate before the November 6 election.

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Obama faces tough call on Iran oil sanctions

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Just weeks after the election, U.S. President Barack Obama will be faced with a pivotal decision on oil sanctions on Iran, in which he will have to balance the need to stay tough on Tehran without pushing oil prices too high.

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Russia likely to contest EU energy rules at WTO-source

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is likely to contest European Union energy rules at the World Trade Organization in what would be its first trade dispute since it joined the global body, a government source said on Thursday.

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Top emitter China agrees to work with EU to cut carbon

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - China, the world's biggest carbon dioxide emitter, has struck a deal to work with the European Union to cut greenhouse gases through projects including the development of Chinese emissions trading schemes, the European Commission said on Thursday.