Government and Trade


Government and Trade

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India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Unveils Budget

Is prime minister Narendra Modi going to be able to change the economic game in India and play the pro-business card that has built a fever of anticipation?

Alliance Extending Compensation Benefits

It is extending compensation benefits for another two months to workers displaced by remediation in factories that have been shut down.

U.S., China Talk Currency Exchange Rates

The U.S. has pushed China once again toward agreeing in principle on adopting a more market-oriented rate.

Bangladesh Exports, Garment Sales Surge

Exports in the 2013-14 financial year that ended in June rose 11.65 percent.

Checklist for Global Retailers Unveiled in India

The checklist, which has new requirements for both single and multibrand retail, was issued by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion.

Port Negotiations On Three-Day Hiatus

Talks put on hold while ILWU attends to other business, ports set to remain open.

Africa Emerging as Next Frontier

As sourcing executives seek out the next fertile ground, they’re starting to take a closer look at several sub-Saharan African countries.

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Made in America Back in Fashion

The fashion industry is squarely behind Made in America, according to a recent survey by the U.S. Fashion Industry Association.

China Taken to Task at WTO

Major trading powers criticized China in a WTO forum over the country’s failure to notify the WTO with details on many key aspects of its trade regime.

Apparel Imports Decline in May

Shipments from Bangladesh and Cambodia fall while imports from Vietnam gain ground.

U.S. to Bangladesh: More Must Be Done

The U.S. Trade Representative’s office said Wednesday that the Asian nation has failed to meet several criteria outlined in an action plan.

Port Talks Seen Extending Past Deadline

Negotiations over a key labor contract covering more than 13,700 workers at 30 West Coast ports were expected to continue past their deadline Tuesday.

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