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US, EU Ag negotiators say govts should aim for deal by summer
Governments seeking to breathe life into stalled agriculture talks at the World Trade Organization should aim for a framework deal by the summer that would…
EU’s Lamy says Beijing is key to Doha Round
As an economy straddling the barrier between rich and poor, China could hold the key to the fate of the World Trade Organization's beleaguered Doha…
US could scrub US-China trade meet in April
The United States could cancel a high-level trade meeting with China scheduled for late April if Beijing does not show progress soon on a variety…
US may file complaint with WTO over Japan beef import ban
A high-ranking US trade official indicated that the United States may file a complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) against Japan if disagreements over…
Canada’s Jan. trade surplus dips as car exports fall
Canada's trade surplus narrowed 3.5% in January from December, but exports and imports both fell, surprising analysts and raising the likelihood of another interest rate…
Furniture makers face Vietnam competition
Furniture executives from around the world are knocking at the door of Vietnam, a rapidly emerging supplier of some of the cheapest woodwork exports on…
US Jan. trade gap widens
The US trade gap widened to a record level in January, as exports dropped and US demand for oil and consumer goods kept imports hovering…
Cities offer millions to win FTAA headquarters
Cities throughout the Americas have offered buildings, cheap air fares, cash incentives and promises of high security and hospitality in their bids to host the…
Morocco faces reform challenges with US FTA deal
Morocco's commitment to economic reforms faces a key test after it sealed Africa's first free trade accord with the United States, analysts said.
US to promote active, comprehensive trade agenda in 2004
The Bush administration will continue in 2004 to build on its trade accomplishments by promoting an "active and comprehensive" trade liberalization agenda, according to the…