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Devas can seize only 50% of Air India’s assets, says Canada court
It quashes order permitting seizure of funds belonging to Airports Authority of India.
India to keep sensitive dairy, agri items out of FTA with Australia
India is keeping sensitive dairy and agriculture items out of the India-Australia free trade agreement (FTA) as it does not want to compromise the interest of its farmers.
UK trade minister to launch FTA talks in Delhi on Wednesday
Britain’s Secretary of State for International Trade Anne-Marie Trevelyan will launch Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations during a visit to New Delhi starting on Wednesday, the UK government has said.
Clyde & Co defeats billion dollar ICSID claim for the Republic of Cameroon
Clyde & Co has successfully defeated an ICSID claim brought against the Republic of Cameroon by the Delaware-incorporated company Hope Services LLC.
Pakistan and GCC finalise strategic dialogue to boost trade ties
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister and GCC Secretary-General reviewed the latest developments and progress on the free trade agreement
Mexico asks USMCA dispute resolution panel on auto content
The Mexican government has requested a dispute resolution panel under the US-Mexico-Canada free trade agreement, because it claims the United States is improperly interpreting stricter regional content rules under the pact.
Cairn withdraws all lawsuits against India
Britain’s Cairn Energy has dropped all lawsuits against the Indian government and its entities in courts from the US to France and to Singapore, to now be entitled for about Rs 7,900 crore refund of taxes.
Armenian government greenlights ratification of free trade agreement between EAEU and Singapore
The Armenian government has greenlighted the ratification of the framework agreement between the Eurasian Economic Union and Singapore.
Romania wins EUR 2 bln dispute at ICSID against Romanian-Swedish investors Micula
A committee attached to the Washington International Court (ICSID) definitively rejected the €1.8 bln claims of Romanian-Swedish investors Ioan and Viorel Micula.
China, Cambodia speed up FTA implementation
China and Cambodia will step up the implementation of their free trade agreement (FTA), which took effect from January 1, to benefit businesses and people of both countries, according to a statement by the Ministry of Commerce of China.
The failed deal between Antrix and Devas Multimedia
Why has a Canadian court ordered the seizure of more than $30 million worth of AAI’s assets? How can a foreign power issue such an order?
US wins Canada trade spat as panel says dairy rules defy pact
The US notched a victory in a spat with Canada over dairy trade, with a dispute-settlement panel finding that the nation’s allocation of American lower-tariff imports violates their agreement.
World has moved on from US, EU’s drug monopoly. India and China are changing IP regulations
Even without an IP waiver from the WTO, China and India are leading the challenge to the West’s vaccine monopoly.
Dhaka to focus on removal of non-tariff barriers, at India-Bangladesh talks
Bangladesh and India were now jointly studying the pros and cons of signing a comprehensive economic partnership agreement.
Ecuador applies to join CPTPP trade pact
Ecuador has become the latest country to apply for membership in the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, or CPTPP.
UK, Japan eye economic integration through digital trade
A groundbreaking UK-Japan digital free trade agreement sets the foundations for a closer merging of their economies over the coming decade.
Indonesia to ratify RCEP in 2022: Economic minister
Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy, will likely ratify its membership of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) early next year, its chief economic minister said.
Devas seizes $6.8 million worth of AAI property in Canada
The shareholders had sought the right to seize all sum or moveable property of India and/or AAI being held by the International Air Transport Association.
RCEP: Between geopolitics and geo-economics
With RCEP coming into play on January 1, the divergences that started way back in 2013 will reach a tipping point.
Balochistan MPAs ‘satisfied’ over Reko Diq pact
Pakistan federal govt officials tell lawmakers talks under way that may pave way for TCC’s Barrack to resume project.