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CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump is assuring a bumper year for farmers as the Nov. 3 election approaches, with record government subsidies projected to make up more than a third of farm income in 2020.
RIO DE JANEIRO: The Brazilian government will eliminate import tariff on soybean and corn to combat inflation in the food sector, the Ministry of Economy said.
KUCHING: South Korea’s Trade Commission has made a preliminary decision to extend the anti-dumping duties on Malaysian plywood for another five years.
BEIJING, Oct 18 (AFP): China has passed a new law restricting sensitive exports to protect national security, a move that adds to policy tools it could wield against the US as tensions -- especially in technology -- continue to rise.
SINGAPORE/Ho CHIH MINH CITY, Oct 17 (Reuters): Asia's biggest warehouse operator, GLP, is targeting a $1.5 billion investment in Vietnam over three years via a new venture to tap rising demand for logistics facilities in the South-East Asian country, an executive at the Chinese-owned firm said.
BANGKOK, Oct 17 (Xinhua): Thailand's Ministry of Commerce said on Friday that the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement is ready to be signed in November, and is expected to take effect in the second half of next year.
GENEVA, Oct. 13 (Xinhua) -- The World Trade Organization (WTO) on Tuesday ruled that the European Union (EU) can impose tariffs on U.S. products worth around 4 billion U.S. dollars, in retaliation for government subsidies given to the aircraft manufacturer Boeing.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union demanded "substantive" movement on Tuesday from Britain on fisheries, dispute settlement and guarantees of fair competition in their talks on a post-Brexit trade deal, with Germany saying they were at a "critical stage".
SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, Oct 13 (Reuters): Shares were mixed in Asia on Tuesday, as investors were encouraged by strong growth in China's trade in September.
PETALING JAYA: Indonesia’s drastic move to attract investments by amending 79 laws in a single stroke recently, which include abolishing sectoral minimum wage and easing labour regulations, has raised questions on whether it would render Malaysia less attractive in the eyes of foreign investors compared to its neighbour.