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Politics: Page 992

Bangladesh and ADB in $110m deal to help IDCOL
Bangladesh IDCOLApril 7, 2014 ET
The government of Bangladesh has signed an $ 110 million loan agreement with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to support private sector infrastructure projects including renewable energy.
Rehn: Europe must focus on industry
Olli RehnApril 7, 2014 ET
The euro zone must focus on how to win more business for its manufacturing and services industries and make sure its energy supply is secure, EU Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn said.
China tightens restrictions on imports of U.S. hogs
U.S. hogsApril 7, 2014 ET
China has imposed more restrictions for imports of live pigs from the U.S. amid concerns about a fatal swine virus, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and livestock-industry officials.
United States and Taiwan enhance trade ties
U.S. TaiwanApril 7, 2014 ET
U.S. and Taiwan trade authorities concluded the eighth Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) Council meeting under the auspices of the American Institute in Taiwan and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States.
Customs Union, Vietnam hold first-round talks
Customs Union VietnamApril 5, 2014 ET
The first round of negotiations on a free trade agreement was held between the member countries of the Eurasian Economic Customs Union and Vietnam in Kazakhstan's largest city of Almaty, the country's Economy and Budget Planning Ministry said.
U.S. extends antidumping on crawfish from China
China crawfishApril 5, 2014 ET
A U.S. government agency decided to maintain the existing antidumping duty on crawfish tail meat from China, despite Beijing's repeated calls for Washington to drop protectionism.
Taiwan, Singapore trade deal from April 19
Taiwan SingaporeApril 4, 2014 ET
Taiwan's economic cooperation pact with Singapore is set to come into effect on April 19, the country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
Iran, Russia finalizing oil deal
Iran RussiaApril 4, 2014 ET
Iran and Russia are in final stages of concluding a 20-bilion-dollar oil deal according to which Moscow can purchase 500,000 barrels of crude per day from Iran, media reports said.
Excellent tender by Sao Paulo state
Tamoios HighwayApril 4, 2014 ET
More than 30 companies have expressed interest in the auction for concession of Highway SP-099 (Tamoios Highway), in the state of Sao Paulo. The tender is scheduled to take place in July at the latest.
ASEAN central banks to cooperate in monetary policy
ASEANApril 4, 2014 ET
Vice-Governors of ASEAN member states' central banks have met in Nay Pyi Taw to discuss cooperation in implementing monetary policy and ASEAN banking services in line with ASEAN monetary affairs framework, state media reported.
Cuba seeks foreign investment in key sectors
CubaApril 4, 2014 ET
Cuba's new law regulating foreign investment will give priority to 11 economic sectors, Communist Party daily Granma said.
Europe backs down on aviation emissions
Europe airplaneApril 4, 2014 ET
The European Commission urged the bloc's Parliament to exempt international flights from paying for their carbon emissions, retreating from its own proposal on the eve of a binding vote amid pressure from national governments.
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