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Russia opposes EU air cargo rules
EU Russia Air CargoJuly 2, 2014 ET
New European Union (EU) air cargo could jeopardized annual trade with Russia worth more than $18 billion came into force on Tuesday.
United Fresh: We need immigration reform, jobs are at stake
United Fresh Produce AssociationJuly 1, 2014 ET
The United Fresh Produce Association again urged the House of Representatives to take up immigration reform, rather than cede all action to the Administration.
Australia encourages businesses to expand links in Asia
Australia street marketJuly 1, 2014 ET
The Australian government will extends grants to 18 organizations to help Australian businesses expand their links in Asia.
Iran resumes car exports to Russia
Iran carsJuly 1, 2014 ET
The Iranian carmaker Iran Khodro company has resumed sedan exports to Russia, Tehran Times daily reported. The company plans to export 10,000 cars to Russia by 2015.
Canada, Nova Scotia signed employment deals
Nova ScotiaJuly 1, 2014 ET
The government of Canada and Nova Scotia have signed three employment-related agreements.
Illegal timber trade worth up to $100 billion
Illegal timber tradeJuly 1, 2014 ET
Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania at the United Nations Environment Assemble (UNEA) announced their intention to work together with Interpol and UN agencies to curb the illegal timber trade.
Myanmar to allow foreign banks from September
Myanmar bankJuly 1, 2014 ET
The central bank of Myanmar will allow foreign banks to conduct business in the country in September, local media reported.
Red.es to help smart cities with 15 million euros
Red.esJuly 1, 2014 ET
Red.es issued the call for the selection of the participating municipalities in the "First call for smart cities" of the Digital Agenda for Spain, with a budget of 15 million.
China rejects U.S. genetically modified corn
US cornJune 30, 2014 ET
China's quarantine watchdog has returned 1.25 million tonnes of corn shipments from the United States in recent months over genetic modification concerns.
EU logo for safe online medicine buying
EU online medicinesJune 30, 2014 ET
European Commission adopted an implementing regulation under the Falsified Medicinal Products Directive which sets out the design for a common logo for online pharmacies.
Obama requests $58.6 billion for overseas contingencies
Barack ObamaJune 30, 2014 ET
President Barack Obama's fiscal year 2015 budget request for overseas contingency operations is significantly less than last year.
United States, Latvia sign deal to share tax information
LatviaJune 30, 2014 ET
U.S. Ambassador to Latvia Mark Pekala and Minister of Finance Andris Vilks (Unity) signed an agreement to implement FATCA to promote transparency between the two nations on tax matters.

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