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Apple suppliers’ exodus from China won’t slow down under Biden
The splintering of the global tech supply chain that began during President Donald Trump’s watch looks set to persist under his successor.
China’s set to import more US corn and squeeze global prices
China is set to import more U.S. corn, with volumes for next year seen hitting the top end of market expectations and squeezing global grains…
London ‘thrown to the lions’ as Brexit finance deal unlikely
The golden age of the City of London began with a big bang. It’s ending with a whimper.
Saudi Arabia goes sour on Turkish goods amid spat
Turkey’s exports to Saudi Arabia fell 15% in September versus the same period last year, the third straight month of declines, amid an unofficial boycott…
Worse than Covid? Risks to UK economy as Brexit deadline nears
With the U.K. economy suffering more from the coronavirus than most advanced nations, the stakes couldn’t be higher as Brexit trade negotiations enter their endgame.
Europe rushes to woo team Biden in hope of major trade rebalance
France and Germany are leading efforts in Europe to make early contact with President-elect Joe Biden’s team, with the aim of accelerating talks to normalize…
How Iran-Turkey trade has been upended by Trump and Covid-19
Donald Trump’s sanctions and the coronavirus have dramatically shifted a commercial relationship between Turkey and Iran that was underpinned by visa-free travel and centuries of…
Australia demands China apology for ‘repugnant’ Afghan tweet
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he was seeking an apology from China after a diplomat in Beijing tweeted an image purporting to show an…
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Australian firms brace for carbon tariffs under net-zero push
Exporters in Australia, a top shipper of coal and natural gas, are positioning for carbon border tariffs to be introduced as soon as 2023 as…
Australia says China trade curbs hurt global confidence
Australia’s trade minister said China’s steps to curb imports of his country’s goods are “aggressive” and undermine confidence in the global economic recovery from the…