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2014/08/21 11:31
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Image for representational purpose only Global commerce is expected to grow at 4.7 per cent in 2014 India's exports are expected to reach USD 750 billion by 2018-19 with improvement in the global...
2014/08/21 11:31
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2014/08/21 00:16
2014/08/21 00:16
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Thailand's economy can grow more than 5% next year if the country can speed up public investment, trade expansion with Asean and Asia as well as boost human resource development, says Supachai...
2014/08/21 00:15
2014/08/21 00:15
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The Transport Ministry plans to request the allocation of five billion baht from the 2015 Budget Bill to solve urgent problems that are threatening the development of five special economic zones...
2014/08/20 14:17
2014/08/20 14:17
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The Commerce Ministry marked its 94th anniversary Wednesday with civil servants taking a public “zero corruption” pledge. Ms Chutima vows to make Commerce Ministry a corruption-free zone. (Bangkok...
2014/08/20 00:30
2014/08/20 00:30
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India is hopeful of a solution to the food stockpile issue at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations beginning next month at Geneva, which will also pave the way for signing of the trade...
2014/08/19 12:28
2014/08/19 12:28
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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into China slumped to its lowest level in more than two years, but the country said this cannot be linked to Beijing's corruption or competition law investigations of...
2014/08/18 23:11
2014/08/18 23:11
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The prime minister�s Independence Day speech was refreshing. He spoke fluently and extempore; he was full of ideas. Some were good, others not quite. The government�s actions affect millions; if it...
2014/08/18 12:10
2014/08/18 12:10
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Hong Kong stocks have closed flat after worse-than-expected Chinese economic data was balanced by gains for telecoms companies. A report showed China's foreign direct investment (FDI) slumped to a...
2014/08/18 11:43
2014/08/18 11:43
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China said on Monday it regretted World Trade Organisation members had failed to reach an agreement on simplifying global customs rules, a breakdown it said could damage multilateral trade. India...
2014/08/18 02:49
2014/08/18 02:49
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BEIJING: China drew US$71.1bil in foreign direct investment (FDI) in the first seven months of 2014, down 0.4% from a year earlier, the Commerce Ministry said. In July alone, China attracted...
2014/08/17 04:11
2014/08/17 04:11
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Nhava Sheva (Maharashtra), Aug. 16 (PTI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said states would soon be allowed to form their own export promotion councils and urged the Centre and the states to work...
2014/08/16 19:58
2014/08/16 19:58
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In 2013, Sri Lanka's natural rubber sheet exports stood at US $71.6 million, while the export of finished rubber goods stood at US $ 887 million, compared to US $ 856 million in 2012, an increase of...
2014/08/16 18:43
2014/08/16 18:43
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I do not recall a single occasion since 1981 when I first set foot at the Centre William Rappard at 154, Rue de Lausanne in Geneva, the headquarters of the GATT and now the WTO, when India has been...
2014/08/16 00:18
2014/08/16 00:18
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The military regime has been able to sell only 73,000 tonnes of rice out of 167,000 tonnes put up for auction on Aug 7. Duangporn Rodphaya, director-general of the Foreign Trade Department, said a...
2014/08/15 01:55
2014/08/15 01:55
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... really worry about China. I am not sure that in the end they want any of us to win', confided GE boss Jeff Immelt to a group of fellow multinational business-people dining in Shanghai in...
2014/08/15 01:16
2014/08/15 01:16
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After complaints about inflated bills for meals in Hua Hin, the Commerce Ministry has tasked authorities to tighten inspections at food outlets in tourist destinations and beaches nationwide to see...
2014/08/14 12:59
2014/08/14 12:59
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The tea industry has said that in the absence of plantation sector reforms, reopening of the closed tea gardens may not be a sustainable exercise and their financial viability would always remain...
2014/08/14 04:37
2014/08/14 04:37
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Thai government likely to cut prices in state rice sales Published: 14 August 2014 A soldier checks sacks of rice at a warehouse in Ayutthaya province, north of Bangkok July 3, 2014. Thailand's...
2014/08/12 17:59
2014/08/12 17:59
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Sujata Mehta calls for successful response to TPP agreement At a time the advanced nations are imposing trade sanctions against Russian exports, Commerce Secretary Rajeev Kher said India must fully...
2014/08/11 18:43
2014/08/11 18:43
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The Indian arm of Greenpeace, a global pressure group for the environment, alleged on Monday that pesticides considered both highly and moderately hazardous by the World Health Organization (WHO) had...
2014/08/21 11:31
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