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Chinese companies still have to earn trust
Chinese companiesSeptember 13, 2013 ET
China's multinational corporations face a wide gap between how they are trusted at home and abroad, according to an international survey.
British companies want to stay in EU
British companiesSeptember 13, 2013 ET
Eight out of 10 British companies think pulling out of the European Union would be bad for business, according to a new poll.
Exports of fruit from Chile to China grew by 47%
Chile fruitSeptember 13, 2013 ET
Up to July 2013, compared to the same period of 2012, China, with 46.7%, was the country that experienced the highest growth in the share of imports of fresh fruit and nuts from Chile.
China will need airplanes for $780 billion
BoeingSeptember 13, 2013 ET
Boeing projects a demand for 5,580 new airplanes in China over the next 20 years valued at $780 billion.
Online tool helps U.S. exporters track trade agreements
Tariff TrackerSeptember 12, 2013 ET
To help U.S. exporters obtain information about tariff reductions resulting from free trade agreements, the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) launched the Agricultural Tariff Tracker.
Americans are buying cars at the fastest pace in years
U.S. car salesSeptember 12, 2013 ET
U.S. car sales accelerated to the best pace since October 2007 as major automakers posted double digit gains and forecast more growth in the future.
African swine fever threat to all EU exports
African swine fever (ASF)September 12, 2013 ET
Russia, Ukraine and Belarus are fighting against African swine fever (ASF) the spread of which is becoming increasingly dangerous for the global pork industry.
Food prices going down four months in a row
Global food pricesSeptember 12, 2013 ET
Global food prices dropped to their lowest levels since June 2012 driven by continued declines in prices of cereals and oils, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said.
Growing job opportunities in the European healthcare sector
Europe doctorSeptember 12, 2013 ET
The healthcare sector in the European Unio is among the rare ones where demand for labour is increasing, according to the European Vacancy Monitor (EVM) by the European Commission's employment directorate.
World trade to grow by 2.5% this year
World tradeSeptember 12, 2013 ET
World trade is expected to grow by 2.5% this year and 4.5% in 2014, the World Trade Organisation's new chief Roberto Azevedo said, revising down previous estimates of 3.3% and 5%.
Dubai's foreign trade jumps in H1
Dubai's foreign tradeSeptember 12, 2013 ET
Dubai's foreign trade surged to Dh679 billion in the first half of 2013, recording a 16 percent growth over the same 2012 period and exceeding optimistic forecasts.
Americans spend the most on transport
ShoppingSeptember 11, 2013 ET
Average expenditures per consumer unit in 2012 were $51,442, an increase of 3.5 percent from 2011 levels, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported.

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