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Kazakhstan and Sri Lanka to discuss mutual trade
Kazakhstan and Sri Lanka to discuss mutual trade

Kazakhstan-Sri Lankan business forum will be held in Astana on November 20.

Kazakhstan and Sri Lanka to discuss mutual trade
Japan must decide on trade pact before polls: minister
Japan must decide on trade pact before polls: minister

A government minister on Friday said Japan had to decide on its participation in a huge Pacific-wide free trade deal before national polls, in what could be an early salvo in the election campaign.

Japan must decide on trade pact before polls: minister
Louboutin wins appeal over red soles fight with YSL
Louboutin wins appeal over red soles fight with YSL

French shoemaker Christian Louboutin can trademark his famous red soles, a US court ruled Wednesday, reversing a ruling that would have allowed rival Yves Saint Laurent to paint its outsoles scarlet.

Louboutin wins appeal over red soles fight with YSL
US Trade Representative Demetrios Marantis (C). ©REUTERS
US pleased with APEC 'green' products list

The United States welcomed Friday a deal to cut tariffs on dozens of "green" products in the Asia-Pacific, saying it would boost the region's economies as well as help protect the environment.

US pleased with APEC 'green' products list
Tensions set to cloud APEC summit
Tensions set to cloud APEC summit

Asia-Pacific leaders gather in Russia's far east this weekend for talks aimed at promoting trade but territorial disputes and other regional tensions may cloud the event.

Tensions set to cloud APEC summit
 Iraq says not helping Iran avoid sanctions
Iraq says not helping Iran avoid sanctions

Iraq insisted on Monday that its trade with neighbouring Iran was above board, and denied reports that it was helping the Islamic republic skirt sanctions by smuggling oil and secretly moving cash.

Iraq says not helping Iran avoid sanctions
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Commodity prices mostly fall on lack of stimulus measures

Global commodity markets mainly fell in subdued trade this week as investors expressed disappointment at the lack of central bank action to kick-start the struggling global economy.

Commodity prices mostly fall on lack of stimulus measures
UN arms talks end without deal
UN arms talks end without deal

UN negotiations to draft the first international treaty on the multi-billion-dollar arms trade have ended without a deal, with some diplomats blaming the US for the deadlock.

UN arms talks end without deal
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Chinese and EU solar makers at war over dumping

A host of EU solar makers haved called on the European Commission to probe alleged dumping practices by its Chinese rivals, as Beijing warned an investigation could trigger a trade war.

Chinese and EU solar makers at war over dumping
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China’s investments to Kazakhstan standing at $13 billion

According to China’s statistics, trade turnover last year reached $24.95 billion, 22% up against 2010.

China’s investments to Kazakhstan standing at $13 billion
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Interpol unveils fake goods scanning app with Google

Global policing body Interpol announced Tuesday a pioneering initiative to crack down on trade in fake goods, using an app developed with the help of search giant Google.

Interpol unveils fake goods scanning app with Google
Merkel pushes EU, Southeast Asia free trade pact
Merkel pushes EU, Southeast Asia free trade pact

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday said Europe must step up its efforts to establish a free trade pact with booming Southeast Asia.

Merkel pushes EU, Southeast Asia free trade pact
Landless Cambodians see nothing sweet in EU sugar deal
Landless Cambodians see nothing sweet in EU sugar deal

An EU scheme to boost trade with developing nations is fuelling land grabs in Cambodia, activists say, with thousands evicted from their property to make way for a booming sugar industry.

Landless Cambodians see nothing sweet in EU sugar deal
Lord Mayor of London David Wootton. ©REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
Trade turnover between Great Britain and Kazakhstan grew 124 percent

Lord Mayor of London David Wootton arrived in Kazakhstan with a working visit.

Trade turnover between Great Britain and Kazakhstan grew 124 percent
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SCO will create no free trade zone

Members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization are not going to create a free trade zone: expert.

SCO will create no free trade zone
Chief researcher of Kazakhstan President's Institute of Strategic Research, professor Murat Laumulin. Photo courtesy of vesti.kz
Entering WTO is not feasible for Kazakhstan: Expert

Chief researcher of Kazakhstan President's Institute of Strategic Research gave his opinion on Kazakhstan's possible accession into the WTO.

Entering WTO is not feasible for Kazakhstan: Expert
In Belarus village. ©RIA Novosti
Nazarbayev complimented clean villages and remarkable roads in Belarus

Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev insists on building-up the commodities turnover with Belarus to over $1 billion.

Nazarbayev complimented clean villages and remarkable roads in Belarus
Nursultan Nazarbayev. Daniyal Okassov ©
Kazakhstan’s 2011 trade turnover with the EU stands at $50 billion

According to President Nazarbayev, currently a key issue for Kazakhstan is a new agreement on expanded partnership.

Kazakhstan’s 2011 trade turnover with the EU stands at $50 billion
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Estonia offers milk to Kazakhstan

Minister of Agriculture of Estonia, Helir-Valdor Seeder, is going to increase export of Estonian milk products to Kazakhstan.

Estonia offers milk to Kazakhstan
Agricultural products on sale at seasonal market. ©RIA NOvosti
One third of Uzbekistan smuggled goods destined for Kazakhstan

35% of agricultural products smuggling from Uzbekistan is destined for Kazakhstan.

One third of Uzbekistan smuggled goods destined for Kazakhstan