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Shipping, Key Ingredient of EU’s Africa Agenda

The African economy has become one of the most promising global growth markets. Shipping is taking care of the largest part of international trade and in Africa

Jaguars trade pick they sent player to London to announce

The NFL Draft going international has hit a slight snag. The Jaguars flew second-year defensive tackle Mike Bennett to London to announce pick No. 146, a fifth-round pick, on Saturday. But not long after the second round started Friday, the Jaguars traded that pick to the Ravens as part of their move up to select…

Fitbit Scores Against Jawbone in Patent Dispute

The International Trade Commission invalidated the last of the patents that AliphCom’s Jawbone said Fitbit had infringed upon, lifting uncertainty around the sale of Fitbit products in the U.S.

Goldman Sachs just made another big change in its trading business

Goldman Sachs' cohead of global fixed income, currency, and commodities sales, Dalinc Ariburnu, is leaving the bank, according to an internal memo seen by Business Insider. Ariburnu, 46, "decided to retire from the firm," according to...Show More Summary

Swaziland to ask U.N. body to sell its rhino horn stockpile

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Swaziland has submitted a proposal to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) to sell its rhino horn stocks to help pay for anti-poaching efforts, according to a copy of the submission obtained by Reuters.

Iran-Turkey Economic Ties to Gain Momentum With Lifting of Sanctions

Trade and economic ties between Turkey and Iran will be boosted by the lifting of the international sanctions imposed on the Islamic republic over its nuclear program, Turkish Customs and Trade Minister Bulent Tufenkci said Friday.

One Hundred Champions, One Cause

In the world of diplomacy, Geneva is a powerhouse. It's where international standards are set, humanitarian response is coordinated, trade disputes are settled, peace negotiations are brokered and global pandemics are addressed. Here,...Show More Summary

IBM: S&P Cuts Outlook to ‘Negative’ on ‘Operating Trends,’ Lack of Growth

Shares of International Business Machines (IBM) are down 42 cents in late trading, at $150.05, after Standard & Poor’s cut its outlook to “Negative” after market close, citing “protracted negative operating trends” and “challenges to restore operating growth.” The firm maintains its “AA-“ rating on shares of IBM. The change to a negative outlook, the […]

Marijuana, Murder & Cartels in...Ohio?

3 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

The rural area home to the Rhodens, who were running a huge pot operation when someone killed them, is a strategic link in the international drug trade.

PETA Demands Drug Tests for Sheep Shearers

A new PETA ad is exposing the international wool trade for what it really is: a drug-fueled battleground in which sheep are often beaten and killed. The post PETA Demands Drug Tests for Sheep Shearers appeared first on PETA.

New USITC Report Estimates $1.4 Billion Boost for Exports to Cuba

Last week, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) released a new report on trade relations with Cuba. Through a comprehensive analysis of the past and present trade relations, the report projects...

Obama on globalization and "affinity" for Angela Merkel

President acknowledges "legitimate" concerns about international trade deals, but says the the only way to change the system is to "engage it," not withdraw

Russia Sees No Need to Join Arms Trade Treaty - Foreign Ministry

Russia sees no reason to join the international Arms Trade Treaty, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.

An Immodest Proposal: European Insistence on “Investor Court” in TTIP Out of Step with International Practice, Out of Line for a Successful Deal

U.S. and European government officials, companies, and other stakeholders converge on New York this week for the 13th round of negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Manufacturers...

Indian Govt Bans IMEI-less Chinese Mobiles, Milk & Steel Products; Is Rising Trade Deficit the Reason?

Showing strict intolerance towards import of sub-standard products, India Govt. has placed a blanket ban of all Chinese mobile which doesn’t have International Mobile Station Equipment Identity or IMEI number; all types of milk and milk products and some products made from steel. Show More Summary

Britain's biggest estate agent says the property market is about to cool off in a big way

Countrywide, the UK's largest estate agency group, is warning of a coming chill in the property market. In a trading update on Tuesday, the group, which owns brands like Bairstow Eves and Hamptons International, says it has had a bumper...Show More Summary

Paice Suing Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche Over Hybrid Patent Infringement

Originally published on EV Obsession. One of the early developers of hybrid vehicle technologies, Paice, has filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission against Volkswagen Group for patent infringement. The filed complaint...Show More Summary

Obama pushes for global trade deals in face of opposition

HANNOVER, Germany (AP) — President Barack Obama mounted a strong defense of international trade deals Sunday in the face of domestic and foreign opposition, saying it's "indisputable" that such agreements strengthen the economy and make U.S. businesses more competitive worldwide. But he acknowledged that the clock is ticking on his faltering trade agenda.

Obama says Merkel "is on the right side of history"

Visiting Germany, the American president lavished praise on the German chancellor and defended international trade deals

Obama delivers strong defense of international trade deals

President Barack Obama delivered a strong defense of international trade deals Sunday in the face of domestic and foreign opposition, saying it's "indisputable" that such agreements strengthen the economies and make U.S. businesses more competitive worldwide. Continue reading ? The post Obama delivers strong defense of international trade deals appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

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