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Putin ties grain exports to demand that sanctions on Russia go
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he’s willing to facilitate grain and fertilizer exports as global concern mounts about food shortages and rising prices -- but…
United States initiates second USMCA dispute on Canadian dairy tariff-rate quota policies
Yesterday, United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai announced that the United States is, for the second time, requesting dispute settlement consultations with Canada under the…
Cambodia hails US ties, seeks relief on China-linked sanctions
Cambodia said ties with the US had improved significantly and it expects the Biden administration to lift sanctions imposed over its relations with China “very…
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Elephant-trade impasse persists as African states disagree
Zimbabwe failed to get a continent-wide stance on the trade in live elephants and ivory as several nations where the animals are endangered stayed away…
Bankrupt Sri Lanka still seeking more oil and fuel imports
Bankrupt Sri Lanka is seeking more energy imports as it tries to get an International Monetary Fund Program in place by mid-June.
Hong Kong’s exports surprisingly improve, but China curbs hurt
Hong Kong’s exports surprisingly ticked up in April, though trade with China continued to be hit as the country’s Covid restrictions intensified and disrupted trade.
Rolls-Royce CEO says supply chain a daily cause for concern
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd. is concerned ongoing supply chain issues could prolong waiting lists that already stretch into the second half of next year for…
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US seeks second set of dispute-end talks on Canada dairy quotas
The US is requesting dispute-settlement consultations for a second time over Canada’s dairy quotas, alleging that they’re undermining access that the nation agreed to provide…
US’s China-tariff review likely to take months, aide says
The US’s review of tariffs on more than $300 billion in Chinese imports that’s required as the duties reach their four-year anniversary will likely take…
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Millions of imported baby formula cans are headed to the US
Millions more cans of baby formula will be available in the US in the coming months, the nation’s Food and Drug Administration said, detailing steps…