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China, Switzerland sign free trade agreement
China, Switzerland sign free trade agreement

China and Switzerland signed a free trade agreement -- Beijing's first in continental Europe -- in a deal that comes against a backdrop of trade tensions between the Asian giant and the EU.

China, Switzerland sign free trade agreement
China, EU start trade talks aiming to resolve disputes
China, EU start trade talks aiming to resolve disputes

China and the European Union began ministerial-level talks Friday that are expected to try to resolve a dispute over solar panels and other products, as tensions between the two risk escalating into a trade war.

China, EU start trade talks aiming to resolve disputes
G8 leaders set to struggle on trade, tax and Syria
G8 leaders set to struggle on trade, tax and Syria

Leaders of the G8 nations meet in Northern Ireland next week determined to crack down on tax evasion and boost global trade, while seeking to push Russia to help find a political solution to the Syria conflict.

G8 leaders set to struggle on trade, tax and Syria
US eases trade restrictions on Syrian opposition
US eases trade restrictions on Syrian opposition

The United States eased restrictions on trade with Syria's opposition Wednesday, in a move aimed at helping supply the critical needs of Syrians in "liberated areas."

US eases trade restrictions on Syrian opposition
China May trade data highlights growth concerns
China May trade data highlights growth concerns

China on Saturday reported a sharp slowdown in exports in May compared to the previous month while imports unexpectedly dropped.

China May trade data highlights growth concerns
More than 60 countries sign new arms trade treaty
More than 60 countries sign new arms trade treaty

More than 60 countries on Monday signed a landmark conventional arms trade treaty, but the United States held back from joining the first wave of signatories.

More than 60 countries sign new arms trade treaty
President of Latvia Andris Berzins. ©REUTERS
Kazakhstan ready to double trade and economic turnover with Latvia

Kazakhstan's trade turnover with Latvia is the highest among the Baltic states, around $350 million: Kazakhstan PM Serik Akhmetov.

Kazakhstan ready to double trade and economic turnover with Latvia
China's Xi in Trinidad to boost Caribbean trade
China's Xi in Trinidad to boost Caribbean trade

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in oil-rich Trinidad and Tobago late Friday for the first leg of a Latin America and Caribbean tour aiming to strengthen Beijing's trade ties in the region.

China's Xi in Trinidad to boost Caribbean trade
Biden in Trinidad on LatAm, Caribbean swing
Biden in Trinidad on LatAm, Caribbean swing

US Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Trinidad and Tobago Monday where he was to meet with other regional leaders on his 20-hour visit to the island nation.

Biden in Trinidad on LatAm, Caribbean swing
Merkel pledges to avert EU-China trade war
Merkel pledges to avert EU-China trade war

German Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged Sunday to take steps to avoid a brewing trade war between China and the EU during a first visit by China's new premier to Germany, with both leaders calling for dialogue.

Merkel pledges to avert EU-China trade war
Key step cleared to Swiss-China free trade deal
Key step cleared to Swiss-China free trade deal

Switzerland and China cleared the final hurdle Friday towards a landmark free-trade agreement, as Beijing seeks to underscore its growing global ties via deals with European partners.

Key step cleared to Swiss-China free trade deal
Venezuela threatens oil, trade measures in vote row with US
Venezuela threatens oil, trade measures in vote row with US

Venezuela stepped up attacks on the United States Monday, threatening retaliatory measures affecting trade and energy if Washington resorts to sanctions in a row over the country's disputed presidential election.

Venezuela threatens oil, trade measures in vote row with US
©REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
Trade commission sides with Apple in Motorola patent case

The US International Trade Commission on Monday tossed out a Motorola Mobility patent claim that threatened to block the import of some Apple iPhone models into this country.

Trade commission sides with Apple in Motorola patent case
Barroso assures US of Europe's 'strong' economy
Barroso assures US of Europe's 'strong' economy

The president of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, called on the United States Friday to not underestimate Europe's economic strength.

Barroso assures US of Europe's 'strong' economy
UN adopts global treaty on weapons trade
UN adopts global treaty on weapons trade

The UN General Assembly on Tuesday passed the first treaty regulating the conventional arms trade in an attempt to bring transparency and protection of human rights to the often murky industry.

UN adopts global treaty on weapons trade
US criticizes EU restrictions on wine labels
US criticizes EU restrictions on wine labels

The United States on Monday criticized the European Union's restrictions on wine labeling, saying they hinder US wine exports to the 27-nation bloc.

US criticizes EU restrictions on wine labels
UN General Assembly set to adopt arms treaty
UN General Assembly set to adopt arms treaty

The UN General Assembly is expected to adopt the first global treaty on the conventional arms trade Tuesday after the 193 member states failed to reach consensus on it last week.

UN General Assembly set to adopt arms treaty
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Iran, N. Korea, Syria block arms trade treaty

Iran, North Korea and Syria on Thursday held up agreement on the first global treaty on the $80 billion a year conventional arms trade.

Iran, N. Korea, Syria block arms trade treaty
Mutual trade between Kazakhstan and CU countries grows 7.7 percent

Mutual trade of Kazakhstan with the Customs Union countries -- Russia and Belarus -- exceeded $1.6 billion in January.

Mutual trade between Kazakhstan and CU countries grows 7.7 percent
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Kazakhstan's leadership in global flour trade challenged

Kazakhstan's expected shipments in 2012-2013 season have been reduced to 2.8 million tons of grain equivalent.

Kazakhstan's leadership in global flour trade challenged