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BEIJING, July 4 (China Daily/ANN): Beijing said on Friday that it will take necessary measures to uphold the legitimate rights of its businesses in India after New Delhi announced the exclusion of Chinese companies' participation in highway projects and additional scrutiny of imports from China.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday he was more optimistic than European officials that a post-Brexit trading deal could be struck but said Britain could leave the bloc without a comprehensive agreement if needed.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN) China hopes that countries that have recently tightened scrutiny of foreign investment will create a fair, transparent and predictable business environment for investors across the world, the Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday (July 2).
(Reuters) - Premier League chief executive Richard Masters suggested the proposed Saudi takeover of Newcastle United had become complicated but hoped to have a conclusion to the process shortly.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): The 127th edition of the biannual China Import and Export Fair, better known as the Canton Fair and held from June 15 to 24 in Guangzhou, Guangdong province in South China, presented an unprecedented challenge to Guangzhou Light Holding Ltd.
INDIA plans to impose stringent quality control measures and higher tariffs on imports from China, people with the knowledge of the matter said, as a military standoff between the neighbors threaten economic ties.
WASHINGTON/PARIS/BRUSSELS: The United States moved to maintain pressure on the European Union in a 16-year dispute over aircraft subsidies by flagging possible changes in tariffs on EU goods, as the date for a decision on reciprocal EU duties slipped to the autumn
SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea's trade minister Yoo Myung-hee on Wednesday (June 24) announced her bid to become the next director-general of the World Trade Organization (WTO), aiming to be the first female leader at the WTO.
BRUSSELS: The World Trade Organization said on Tuesday that global merchandise trade would likely fall by less than its worst case scenario this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but an expected pick-up in 2021 year could fall short of expectations.