Trade diversions

More than two barrels of Bourbon for each Kentuckian

by on October 29, 2021 0

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky distilleries produced a record amount of bourbon in 2020. Kentucky Distillers Association president Eric Gregory said that even with a more than 8% increase in sales, nearly 10.5% million barrels aged in warehouses across the Commonwealth. What would you like to know 2020 was a record year for production Glass...

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Snapdeal leads the way with fast ODR

by on October 28, 2021 0

The Indian e-commerce market has grown exponentially in recent years and is expected to continue to grow. According to statistics released by London-based data and analytics firm GlobalData, India’s e-commerce sales will reach $ 120.1 billion by 2025, growing 18% per year from from 2021. This growth is visible through the millions of products...

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Special Report – Trade Frictions

by on October 23, 2021 0

Disputes between countries within the WTO are normal. China, because of its leading role, is currently involved in several. We highlight the main ones below. MB October 2021 Special Report | China at the WTO Australia-China: anti-dumping Last June, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce announced that China had filed a complaint against Australia with...

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Australian Lobster Exports Qualified As National Security Risk By Hong Kong Customs Chief

by on October 22, 2021 0

The comments from Ho, who is the wife of Hong Kong’s Continental Affairs Minister Erick Tsang, are the first official remarks that suggest the targeting of Australian lobsters was motivated by political interests, not health concerns. or contamination, as Beijing first asserted last October. Thousands of tonnes of lobster washed up on the tarmac...

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Australia attacks China’s economic sanctions policy at WTO, accuses it of breaking the rules

by on October 20, 2021 0

Australian diplomats have used a regular international review of China’s trade policies to detonate Beijing’s economic sanctions campaign against Australia, warning that its behavior could alienate trading partners and undermine international confidence in China. Key points: Australia’s WTO representative explicitly accused China of imposing restrictions on goods in political retaliation New comments could indicate...

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G-20 trade chiefs remain committed to WTO but seek change

by on October 12, 2021 0

By Alex Lawson (October 12, 2021, 7:12 p.m. EDT) – Trade ministers from the G-20 countries have approved sweeping changes to the World Trade Organization, including overhauling its legal wing, while pledging their support for the Geneva-based institution. U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai was among the signatories of a statement closing the G-20 Trade...

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