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Trans-Pacific countries against U.S. proposals
Trans-Pacific PartnershipWednesday August 28, 2013 10:09AM ET
The timetable for the Trans-Pacific Partnership is slipping as negotiators in Brunei are concerned about U.S. proposals to give tobacco companies the power to sue governments and to weaken government control of state-owned enterprises.
Ukraine to ask WTO to help with Russia
Ukraine RussiaWednesday August 28, 2013 8:09AM ET
Kyiv is considering a complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) about Russia's intensive customs inspections. Ukrainian Economic Development and Trade Minister Ihor Prasolov said that a complaint is an option to end the dispute with Moscow.
French court suspends ban on Mercedes cars
MercedesWednesday August 28, 2013 5:49AM ET
France's top administrative court suspended a French ban on sales of some Daimler cars, ordering authorities to resume registrations of the vehicles while it weighs a definitive ruling.
Iran to export gas to Oman in 25-year, $60 billion deal
Iran OmanWednesday August 28, 2013 3:12AM ET
Iran signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to export gas to Oman from 2015, in a 25-year deal valued at approximately $60 billion, Iran's energy ministry news service said.
Nigeria could earn $2 billion on digital broadcasting
Nigeria TVTuesday August 27, 2013 8:09AM ET
Nigeria could earn $2 billion when it migrate from analogue to digital broadcasting. However, the federal government is moving too slowly.
Tanzania to start power exports to its neighbors in 2015
Tanzania gasTuesday August 27, 2013 6:09AM ET
Tanzania plans to start power exports to its neighbours in 2015 after the completion of a gas pipeline. The pipeline, funded by a $1.2 billion Chinese loan, would be completed by December 2014.
EU: France must stop raising taxes
Olli RehnTuesday August 27, 2013 3:16AM ET
France must stop raising taxes for fear of jeopardizing the country's growth and a higher number of unemployed people in the European country, said the European Commission's economic chief Olli Rehn.
China and Russia to jointly develop new passenger jet
Dmitry RogozinMonday August 26, 2013 10:30AM ET
Russia and China plan to develop a wide-body long-haul passenger airliner. The project is only financially viable as a collaboration, said Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.
Governor Perry to present Texas business climate in Missouri
Rick PerryMonday August 26, 2013 8:30AM ET
Governor Rick Perry will travel to Missouri on August 29 to present the benefits of the low taxes that allow hardworking families and employers to keep more of what they earn.
Ukraine: Russia can't cancel FTA
Valeriy MuntianMonday August 26, 2013 7:49AM ET
Russia can't unilaterally cancel a free trade area (FTA) with Ukraine because it is regulated by the agreement on the free trade area within the CIS, said Ukrainian Government's Commissioner for Cooperation with Russia, CIS, EurAsEC and other regional associations Valeriy Muntian.
Steinbrueck: I will stop trade talks, NSA must give some answers
Peer SteinbrueckMonday August 26, 2013 6:20AM ET
Peer Steinbrueck, candidate for chancellor of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and challenger of German chancellor Angela Merkel, says he will suspend talks with the U.S. over a trans-Atlantic free trade agreement until Washington provides details about National Security Agency (NSA) spying programs.
Trade between India and Indonesia to increase to $45 billion
India and IndonesiaMonday August 26, 2013 5:49AM ET
Bilateral trade between India and Indonesia is set to increase to $45 billion by 2015 from $16.8 billion, according to Hariyanta Soetarto, Consul and Head of Chancery, Consulate General of Indonesia.