U.S. considers halting Nicaraguan imports over concerns about its government

“Top U.S. imports from Nicaragua include clothing, precious metals, machinery, meat, coffee and sugar, though it's not clear which products would be affected by this decision.”

[Voice of America]

Jump in exports to U.S. keeps India in race to become next China

“Exporters in Asia's third-largest economy have been witnessing a significant increase in orders from both the US and Europe, with the shift mostly seen in low-cost, labour-intensive sectors such as apparel, handicrafts and non-electronic consumer goods.”

[The Straits Times]

China boosts tariff-free access for African countries

“The policy will gradually expand to all least-developed countries and increase imports from Africa, the Customs Tariff Commission said in August.”

[South China Morning Post]

New British PM Truss brings tougher UK stance on China

“Relations between London and Beijing have worsened in the last decade as Britain has grown worried that an open door to Chinese investment could pose national security risks, and that China's military and economic assertiveness may be acting against its post-Brexit free trade agenda.”


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