Chinese exports have fallen for September

Chinese Exports Plunged 7.3% in October

Chinese exports fell 7.3% year on year in October, more than expected, highlighting the plunge in September this gloom international demand, said Tuesday the administration of Customs. The Asian giant, the main commercial power in the world, saw its exports melt last month to 178.2 billion dollars, after a 10% decline in September, reflecting a […]

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Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker sign CETA free trade agreement

CETA: The EU and Canada Sign Free Trade Agreement

The EU and Canada signed Sunday in Brussels their free trade agreement (CETA), ending two weeks of psychodrama with Belgium and French-speaking region of Wallonie blocking this signature. Canada and the EU signed in Brussels on Sunday CETA treaty of free trade, designed to boost trade and jobs, after weeks of uncertainty related to temporary […]

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China: Hollande Arrives for the Last G20 last of his Term 1

China: Hollande Arrives for the Last G20 last of his Term

President Francois Hollande arrived Sunday in Hangzhou, in eastern China, to attend the G20, his last one of his five years where he intends to advocate the “intensification of the fight against tax evasion and corruption.” The French presidential plane landed at 11.50 am local time at Hangzhou airport under high security, said a journalist. […]

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TTIP discussions and negoitiations do not seem to be getting any clearer

The TTIP in troubled waters, will it come?

The TTIP will come? According to backstage negotiations unveiled on Monday the free trade agreement between Americans and Europeans is still a distant horizon ….  The TTIP will come? According backstage negotiations unveiled Monday the free trade agreement between Americans and Europeans is still a distant horizon as skepticism grows on both sides of the […]

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