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Iran's trade balance exceeds $88 billion
Iran tradeApril 3, 2014 ET
Iran's trade balance with 83 world countries surpassed $88 billion in the past Iranian year (ended March 20, 2014), a customs administration report said.
Africa's ECOWAS doesn't want a deal with EU
ECOWASApril 3, 2014 ET
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) once again refused to sign the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU), local media reported.
Antwerp and China to cooperate in diamond trading
AWDCApril 3, 2014 ET
The Antwerp World Diamond Centre (AWDC) and the Shanghai Diamond Exchange (SDE) signed a cooperation agreement, outlining their cooperation with respect to the development of an exclusive commercial and trade relationship.
Russia bans Australian beef over growth hormone use
Australia beefApril 3, 2014 ET
Russia's food safety and sanitary watchdog said it would ban the import of frozen beef from Australia beginning next week, after samples tested positive for the growth steroid trenbolone, Prime business news agency reported.
Crimea may join Russia's energy system
Crimea energyApril 2, 2014 ET
Crimea may join Russia's integrated energy system, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at a government meeting, which was held in Simferopol, and focused on the socioeconomic development of Crimea and Sevastopol.
Brazil, Argentina agree on trade deal
Brazil ArgentinaApril 2, 2014 ET
Brazil and Argentina signed a deal that seeks to guarantee importers will have enough U.S. dollars to pay for exports, a move to increase trade between both nations that has been hit hard by a sharp depreciation of the Argentine peso.
Uruguay, Peru in line for a possible upgrading
Peru IquitosApril 2, 2014 ET
Uruguay and Peru are the first Latin American countries in line for a possible credit rating hike by Moody's Investors Service, a senior analyst with the ratings firm said.
EU support to provide access to energy to 2m people in Africa
Africa energyApril 2, 2014 ET
The European Commission announced the results of the first call for proposals of an innovative programme for providing finance to bring electricity to the world's poorest citizens.
Japan, Malaysia agree on flexibility in TPP talks
Japan MalaysiaApril 2, 2014 ET
Koya Nishikawa, a House of Representatives member of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party, held talks in the Malaysian capital with Malaysian Trade Minister Mustapa Mohamad.
Australian requests for Google user info up 29%
Google AustraliaApril 2, 2014 ET
The Australian government increased its use of data requests to source information on Google by 29 percent from 2012 to 2013, the company's latest Transparency Report has shown.
WTO members demand removal of subsidies on Indian sugar
India sugarApril 1, 2014 ET
Several members of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), including the European Union (EU), Australia, Brazil and Colombia, have demanded that the country remove the subsidies that were granted to Indian sugar exports in February 2014.
Stoynev: EU policy is total failure
Dragomir StoynevApril 1, 2014 ET
Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev has declared the industrial, energy and social policy of the European Union "a total failure."
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