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Chinese company takes step to getting off U.S. trade list

“Chinese authorities allowed a U.S. export control officer to conduct inspections of at least one company in the city of Wuxi last week, a U.S. Commerce Department official said.”

[Reuters]

EU and New Zealand sign free trade agreement

“The FTA is the first deal to include the new EU approach towards trade and sustainable development that was only presented by the Commission last week. … But the FTA also covers more straightforward interests. For example, tariffs for European cars and textiles, currently at 5-10%, will be abolished entirely when the FTA comes into force.”

[Euractiv]

UAE, Indonesia sign free trade agreement 

“The accord, reached during a visit by Indonesian President Joko Widodo to Abu Dhabi, will remove or sharply reduce duties on most goods traded between the Muslim countries. … The accord includes chapters on services, investments, intellectual property rights and mutual recognition of each other’s halal certification, Indonesia's trade ministry said.”

[Reuters]

World Wildlife Conference to rule on stricter trade regulations for 600 CITES species

“Each of the proposals will be considered at the CoP in November, and for those that are agreed, the changes to the regulation of international trade will come into force 90 days later.”

[CITES]

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