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  • 17-Oct-2018 Yeni Safak
    ’Turkey, UK should sign free trade agreement’
    Yeni Safak, Turkey ’Turkey, UK should sign free trade agreement’ 17 October 2018 Anadolu Agency/Turkey and the U.K. should sign a free trade agreement (FTA) to protect bilateral trade from the effects of Brexit, said a member of the executive board of the Business Council of the U.K. on Tuesday.
  • 17-Oct-2018 Sydney Morning Herald
    Australia-Indonesia free trade deal safe for now but Malaysian criticism swift
    Indonesia could delay signing a planned free trade deal with Australia if Prime Minister Scott Morrison formally recognises Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, political analysts suggest, as the move would provoke deep anger in the lead up to the Muslim nation’s presidential
  • 17-Oct-2018 Daily Monitor
    Comesa states to face sanctions for new NTBs
    Member states in the Comesa trading bloc who introduce new non-tariff barriers to trade may face sanctions as trade experts prepare to present this tough condition to Heads of State.
  • 17-Oct-2018 Japan Times
    TPP takes back seat as Malaysia sets sights on early conclusion to RCEP trade deal
    Malaysia is putting a premium on a free trade deal led by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, its trade minister told The Japan Times in a recent interview, while also apparently relegating the Japan-backed Trans-Pacific Partnership to the back burner for the time
  • 17-Oct-2018 Singapore Straits-Times
    PM Lee Hsien Loong to visit Austria, Belgium, and sign EU-Singapore FTA
    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong arrives in Austria on Wednesday (Oct 17) for an official visit, and will travel on to Belgium for a biennial summit of leaders from Asia and Europe.
  • 17-Oct-2018 Business Standard
    Lack of convergence, FTA hurdles to plague any US-India trade deal: Report
    Any US-India bilateral trade deal as mentioned by President Donald Trump will encounter challenges given the lack of convergence between the two sides on trade issues and their different approach to free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations, according to a research paper released by a Singaporean
  • 17-Oct-2018 Bangkok Post
    FTA talks being accelerated
    Negotiators are revving up free trade talks with dialogue partners for the remaining months this year and look set to resume talks with the EU and join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), a newly formed bloc of 11 Pacific Rim nations excluding the
  • 16-Oct-2018 The Hill
    US to open trade talks with Japan, EU, UK
    The Trump administration has notified Congress of its intent to negotiate three separate trade deals with Japan, the European Union and the United Kingdom.
  • 16-Oct-2018 Business Standard
    RCEP trade ministers urge members to put all efforts to conclude talks
    Trade ministers of 16-member RCEP bloc, including India and China, have urged all participating countries to continue to exert all efforts for early conclusion of the negotiations, the commerce ministry said on Sunday.
  • 16-Oct-2018 Santiago Times
    Chile and Brazil move forward in negotiations for a new FTA
    Until Friday (October 19) the teams of Chile and Brazil working on a new Free Trade Agreement between the two countries will meet in Santiago.
  • 16-Oct-2018 Financial Review
    Indonesia FTA in doubt as Labor tightens trade rules
    The free trade agreement between Australia and Indonesia is in peril after Labor said it would not ratify the deal, or any other FTA in the pipeline, unless provisions allowing the importation of foreign workers and the ability of foreign governments to sue, were stripped
  • 15-Oct-2018 Arab News
    Philippines, US to discuss free trade agreement in November
    The agreement, if inked, will be the second such US engagement in with an ASEAN-member nation, the first being with Singapore.
  • 15-Oct-2018 Korea Herald
    Schindler sues Korean gov’t over Hyundai Elevator
    Swiss elevator maker, Schindler Group, has officially filed for an investor state dispute settlement against the Korean government seeking US$300 million in compensation for losses over its approval of paid-in capital increase of Hyundai
  • 15-Oct-2018 KNN
    Despite agreements India’s textile trade has underperformed: Trade Advisor, MoT
    Despite Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) and Preferential Trade Agreements (PTAs), India’s textile trade has not been performing well, said Aditi Das Rout, Trade Advisor, Ministry of Textiles.
  • 14-Oct-2018 Armenpress
    Romania completes ratification of Armenia-EU CEPA
    The Romanian parliament has finalized the ratification of the European Union – Armenia CEPA which was signed on November 24, 2017 in Brussels, Armenia’s Ambassador to Romania Sergey Minasyan said on Facebook.
  • 14-Oct-2018 Daily Post
    AfCTA agreement: Obasanjo bombs Buhari, says President’s hands too weak to sign
    Former President Olusegun Obasanjo says President Muhammadu Buhari’s hands were too weak to sign the African Free Trade Agreement (AfCTA).
  • 14-Oct-2018 Bangkok Post
    RCEP ministers still struggling to reach year-end target
    The 16 mostly Asian countries negotiating what would be the world’s largest free trade area made some progress in their latest round of talks on Saturday, but are still struggling to strike a trimmed-down deal by the end of this year, according to a joint statement issued after a one-day meeting
  • 14-Oct-2018 Reuters
    US to seek currency chapters in trade talks with Japan, others: Mnuchin
    US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says that Washington wants to include a provision to deter currency manipulation in future trade deals, including with Japan, based on the currency chapter in the new deal to revamp NAFTA.
  • 13-Oct-2018 Mainichi
    RCEP ministers in fresh talks to push for delayed deal
    Trade ministers from 16 countries began another round of talks Saturday to push for the conclusion of a largely Asian free trade pact before year-end.
  • 13-Oct-2018 NewsDay
    Govt, business consult on Africawide FTA
    Government has opened consultations with industry on rules of origin (RoO) for the ambitious African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) aimed at promoting duty-free flow of goods and services originating in the bloc.
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