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​India-US food stockpiling agreement paves way for $1tn WTO deal
Washington has agreed to give India more freedom in subsidizing and stockpiling food to support farmers and feed its 1.25 billion people. The agreement paves the way for another WTO deal expected to add an estimated $1 trillion to the global economy.

13.11.2014 14:27

EU Parliament gives nod to Moldova trade agreement
Moldova has been given the green light by the European Parliament for political and economic integration through the EU-Moldova Association Agreement.

13.11.2014 11:56

Pregnant woman sold into sham marriage, 13 Manchester traffickers arrested
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) arrested 10 men and three women after a 20-year-old pregnant Slovakian woman revealed that she had been “sold against her will.”

13.11.2014 09:40

​China leads ‘historic step’ to Asia-Pacific free trade
APEC members have adopted a roadmap for an Asia-Pacific free trade zone that will eliminate trade barriers across 21 countries and could challenge US dominance in the region.

11.11.2014 11:25

Asian vector of Russian policy
The Asia-Pacific region is one of the strategic priorities in Russian foreign policy. As President Vladimir Putin stated at the APEC summit in Beijing, Russia is planning to expand its cooperation with Asian countries in many spheres.

11.11.2014 13:19

‘East Asia shifts its focus from US to China’
China has replaced the US as the largest trading partner and largest market for East Asian countries, while it is also the most important investor in the region, Martin Jacques, Author of When China Rules the World, told RT.

11.11.2014 08:02

Lame duck out of the Silk Road caravan
There’s hardly a more graphic illustration of where the multipolar world is going than what just happened at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Beijing.

11.11.2014 09:22

Multipolar trade in new era: Where ‘Asian pivot’ becomes vital to prosperity
In an era when free trade agreements have helped engender unprecedented Asian growth, the next stage of the Asian tiger will clearly involve inclusive accords, not just bilaterally, but as broadly as possible to give all parties a growth fillip.

11.11.2014 09:31

OPEC ‘not panicking’, will intervene should oil drop to $70
OPEC says the oil price will start rising in the second half of 2015 and will reach $177 per barrel within the next 25 years.

07.11.2014 08:11

US seeks to create economic cooperation for its own benefit - Putin on TPP
The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is just “another attempt” by the US to create regional economic cooperation that mainly Washington would benefit from, Russian President told Chinese media ahead of his visit to the Nov. 10-11 APEC summit in Beijing.

06.11.2014 17:18

Digital evolution? UK govt launches Bitcoin & e-currency consultation
The British government is formally examining the benefits and feasibility of using electronic currencies (e-currencies) such as Bitcoin, as thousands are turning their backs on traditional forms of finance.

04.11.2014 15:32

Labour to block TTIP NHS sell-off as leader Miliband plummets in polls
Labour has backed an anti-privatization bill that excludes the NHS from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Trade unionists and academics warn the cross-border deal could lead to the irreversible privatization of the health service.

03.11.2014 16:17