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WTO hails 'historic' trade agreement
WTO hails 'historic' trade agreement

Commerce ministers capped days of hard negotiations Saturday by approving a WTO agreement on international commerce they hailed as a "historic" boost for the trade body.

WTO hails 'historic' trade agreement
China may mean gold for Apple
China may mean gold for Apple

It could be a huge breakthrough for Apple to win a place in the line-up of China's largest telecom provider and a big shakeup for the smartphone market.

China may mean gold for Apple
Great Britain suppots Kazakhstan’s accession into WTO, America hinders it
Great Britain suppots Kazakhstan’s accession into WTO, America hinders it

Great Britain is interested in Kazakhstan’s early accession into the World Trade Organization (WTO).

Great Britain suppots Kazakhstan’s accession into WTO, America hinders it
Biden calls for tough choice to strike Pacific trade deal
Biden calls for tough choice to strike Pacific trade deal

Thousands of ageing farmers took to the streets of Tokyo Tuesday, underscoring opposition in Japan to an ambitious free trade deal, as US Vice President Joe Biden called on countries to make "tough choices".

Biden calls for tough choice to strike Pacific trade deal
The design of a retail complex. Photo courtesy of Almaty Architecture and City Planning Department
Several flea markets demolished in Almaty

Several flea markets are being demolished in Almaty.

Several flea markets demolished in Almaty
Anson Wong (C). ©Reuters/Bazuki Muhammad
Malaysia's 'Lizard King' back in business: report

A notorious Malaysian wildlife trafficker dubbed the "Lizard King" for his smuggling of endangered reptiles is back in business despite a 2010 conviction for illegally trafficking endangered species, according to an investigative report by Al Jazeera.

Malaysia's 'Lizard King' back in business: report
Japan October trade deficit nearly doubles on energy bills
Japan October trade deficit nearly doubles on energy bills

Japan's October trade deficit nearly doubled from a year ago, official data showed Wednesday, as soaring post-Fukushima energy bills eclipsed an improving export picture.

Japan October trade deficit nearly doubles on energy bills
Taiwan's Economic Affairs Minister Chang Chia-Juch (2nd L) and Foreign Minister David Lin (R). ©Reuters/Pichi Chuang
Taiwan signs free trade deal with Singapore

Taiwan signed a free trade deal with Singapore on Thursday, its first with a Southeast Asian country, as the diplomatically isolated island steps up efforts to join regional economic blocs.

Taiwan signs free trade deal with Singapore
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Kazakhstan may export goods worth $7 billion to Central Asia

3rd Central-Asian Trade Forum that involves CA countries, plus Russia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Austria and the United States was held in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan may export goods worth $7 billion to Central Asia
Gennady Onishchenko. ©RIA Novosti
Russian 'trade war' official dismissed

The Russian government has dismissed the head of the consumer protection agency, a notorious official best known for waging apparent trade wars against the country's neighbours.

Russian 'trade war' official dismissed
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Rail links Russia and sanctions-squeezed N. Korea

Russia and North Korea have reopened a rail link that Pyongyang hopes will offer a trading boost to the isolated, sanctions-squeezed state.

Rail links Russia and sanctions-squeezed N. Korea
Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing. ©REUTERS/Oli Scarff/Pool
Shanghai free trade zone will deal a blow to Hong Kong: Li

Asia's richest man Li Ka-shing warned that Shanghai's new free trade zone will have a "big impact" on Hong Kong, urging the city to up its game to avoid losing out.

Shanghai free trade zone will deal a blow to Hong Kong: Li
Oil prices mixed as Obama seeks to delay Syria vote
Oil prices mixed as Obama seeks to delay Syria vote

Oil prices were mixed in Asian trade Wednesday, following big falls in New York and after US President Barack Obama asked Congress to delay a vote on US military action in Syria, analysts.

Oil prices mixed as Obama seeks to delay Syria vote
Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian. ©RIA NOVOSTI
Armenia-EU free trade deal blocked: Lithuania

Armenia has blocked its chances of signing a free trade deal with the European Union by choosing to join the Russia-led customs union.

Armenia-EU free trade deal blocked: Lithuania
Indonesia and Kazakhstan boost bilateral trade
Indonesia and Kazakhstan boost bilateral trade

Since the start of 2013 Kazakhstan’s exports total $129.2 million, 6.2 times up against the H1 2012: Vice Minister of Economic Affairs and Budget Planning Timur Zhaksylykov.

Indonesia and Kazakhstan boost bilateral trade
Mexico ships first load of premium tequila to China
Mexico ships first load of premium tequila to China

Mexico on Friday sent its first shipment of 100 percent blue agave tequila to China, hoping to finally break into what sellers say could soon be their second biggest market.

Mexico ships first load of premium tequila to China
©REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
Some Samsung imports banned in US patent case

The US International Trade Commission on Friday blocked imports of some older model Samsung mobile devices following complaints by Apple that the South Korean company had violated its patents.

Some Samsung imports banned in US patent case
EU reaches 'amicable solution' with China on solar panel dispute
EU reaches 'amicable solution' with China on solar panel dispute

The European Commission said Saturday it has reached an "amicable solution" with Beijing over imports of Chinese solar panels, a dispute that had threatened to turn into a full-blown trade war.

EU reaches 'amicable solution' with China on solar panel dispute
Vietnam President Truong Tan Sang. ©REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
Vietnam leader faces rights pressure on rare US visit

Vietnam's president on Wednesday starts a rare visit to Washington to boost trade and security ties between the former war foes, but activists urged the United States to press him on human rights.

Vietnam leader faces rights pressure on rare US visit
US-EU trade talks make headway under tight timeline
US-EU trade talks make headway under tight timeline

US and European Union trade negotiators said Friday they had begun to identify key areas of agreement and difference as they closed the first week of talks to create an ambitious transatlantic free-trade zone.

US-EU trade talks make headway under tight timeline