ICC International Chamber Of Commerce Welcomes G20 Trade Ministers Call To Support WTO Reform

GENEVA :ICC has welcomed a statement from G20 Ministers recognizing the need to step up efforts to mitigate risks and enhance confidence in international trade at what they describe as ‘a critical juncture for international trade and investment cooperation.’ Supporting the Ministers’ calls for G20 leaders to continue working collaboratively with other interested parties to
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Hutchison Ports Harwich International has become a new base for the British Antarctic Survey’s two ice-strengthened Royal Research Ships, the RRS James Clark Ross and the RRS Ernest Shackleton. The two ships are making their inaugural calls at the port in September before deploying to the Antarctic, where they will remain until summer 2019. Commenting
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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday that the United States was under no pressure to make a trade deal with China, even as Chinese officials welcomed an invitation from Washington for a new round of talks with more U.S. tariffs looming. He said on Twitter that a Wall Street Journal story on Wednesday about
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Gandhidham: Mr Gopal Krishna, IAS, Secretary Shipping, concluded his maiden visit to Deendayal Port on Saturday, August 25. Beginning on August 23, the Secretary visited Kandla, Vadinar and Dwarka. He was given a tour of the entire port area and had meetings with stakeholders during which he assured to resolve all their issues. This was
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Welcoming the Department for International Trade’s new Export Strategy the British Ports Association (BPA) has highlighted the role that ports play handling 95% of the UK’s International trade in goods. Commenting on the Strategy the BPA’s Chief Executive, Richard Ballantyne said: Richard Ballantyne “The new Export Strategy outlines how Government and businesses can work together
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Maritime Association of Nationwide Shipping Agencies – India has welcomed the JNPT chairman’s decision to levy penalty on defaulting stakeholders like terminal and train operators, Concor or shipping lines or agents that cause delay in dwell time. The chairman in-charge at the meeting held last month on the subject had sought recommendations on the ICDs
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European officials on Thursday hailed a deal with the U.S. to avert a trade war despite a lack of details that could derail the vague accord and upend efforts to resolve outstanding issues. President Donald Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday said EU members would buy U.S. liquefied natural gas and soybeans
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Mario Draghi welcomed a trade truce between Europe and the U.S. as he pointed to a solid economy that keeps the European Central Bank on track to start raising interest rates sometime after summer 2019. Six years to the day since the ECB president pledged to do “whatever it takes” to save the euro, he
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The EU and Japan yesterday signed the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement during the 25th EU-Japan summit in Tokyo. The European Shipowners welcome the signing of a highly ambitious trade agreement between two of the world’s largest economies. “At a time that unilateralism and protectionism are rising, the EU and Japan are sending a strong message
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The British Ports Association has welcomed the Government’s Brexit White Paper which outlines the UK’s aims for a future economic relationship with the EU. Included in the White Paper is the much publicised Facilitated Customs Arrangement which essentially enables the continued frictionless trade between the UK and the EU. Commenting on the developments the British
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