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Govt extends ban on import of milk products from China for six months
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Govt extends ban on import of milk products from China for six months

Although India does not import milk, milk products from China, it has imposed the ban as a preventive measure.

Rising crude oil prices may stretch current account deficit to 2.5% of GDP in FY19, says SBI
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Rising crude oil prices may stretch current account deficit to 2.5% of GDP in FY19, says SBI

According to SBI Ecowrap, every $10/barrel increase in oil price results in additional import bill of $8 billion

India-China trade witnesses 15% rise to $ 22.1 bn in Jan-Mar quarter
Business

India-China trade witnesses 15% rise to $ 22.1 bn in Jan-Mar quarter

After hitting historic high of $84.44 billion last year, China's trade with India saw a robust growth in the first quarter this year, with bilateral trade netting $22.1 billion, up 15.4 percent year-on-year, a top Chinese official said on Thursday

China promises to address trade deficit issue with India: Commerce and industry ministry
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China promises to address trade deficit issue with India: Commerce and industry ministry

India's trade deficit with China has marginally dipped to $51 billion in 2016-17 from $52.69 billion in the previous fiscal

Global trade facing challenges, India needs to boost exports: Union minister Suresh Prabhu
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Global trade facing challenges, India needs to boost exports: Union minister Suresh Prabhu

The world is facing serious challenges as the US is taking protectionist measures and India needs to explore ways to boost exports, Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu on Friday said

Take urgent steps to streamline cross border trade: PMO directs commerce ministry
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Take urgent steps to streamline cross border trade: PMO directs commerce ministry

India ranked 146th in Trading Across Borders component of ease of doing business, out of 190 countries ranked by the World Bank in its latest report

'Trade wars are good,' says Donald Trump, defies global concern over US tariffs on steel and aluminium
World

'Trade wars are good,' says Donald Trump, defies global concern over US tariffs on steel and aluminium

US President Donald Trump struck a defiant tone on Friday, saying trade wars were good and easy to win after his plan to put tariffs on steel and aluminum imports triggered threats of retaliation from trading partners and a slide in stock markets.

Budget 2018: India among biggest importers of arms, yet army lacks sufficient ammunition
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Budget 2018: India among biggest importers of arms, yet army lacks sufficient ammunition

Despite being the world's fifth largest importer of weapons, the major worry for the Indian Army during a war would be a shortage of ammunition

Eight Chinese pharma cos to be blacklisted for quality issues, may lead to shortage of medicines
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Eight Chinese pharma cos to be blacklisted for quality issues, may lead to shortage of medicines

The Indian government has issued show cause notices to, and may soon blacklist, eight Chinese pharmaceutical companies found to be supplying poor quality raw material to drug manufacturers in this country

US, China sign $250 bn trade deals during Donald Trump's maiden visit to Communist country
World

US, China sign $250 bn trade deals during Donald Trump's maiden visit to Communist country

The US goods and services trade with China totalled to an estimated $648.2 billion in 2016 in which China had a lion's share with about $478.9 billion exports. The US exports to China stood at $169.3 billion, according to US trade figures

Iran bans fuel import, export to Iraqi Kurdistan in response to independence referendum
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Iran bans fuel import, export to Iraqi Kurdistan in response to independence referendum

Iran has embargoed exports and imports of fuel products to Iraqi Kurdistan in response to its controversial independence referendum

India's GST regime triggers chaos among trading partners in South Asia
India

India's GST regime triggers chaos among trading partners in South Asia

The Goods and Service Tax (GST) wave seems to have crippled countries across South Asia according to media reports

GST: Here's how neighbouring countries are gearing up for India's biggest tax reform
Business

GST: Here's how neighbouring countries are gearing up for India's biggest tax reform

Our neighbouring countries are closely watching the impact on the trade

Mexico's Enrique Pena Nieto cancels US visit as Donald Trump aide floats border tax idea
World

Mexico's Enrique Pena Nieto cancels US visit as Donald Trump aide floats border tax idea

The crisis between US and Mexico deepened as Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto scrapped a planned visit to meet with US president Donald Trump as the White House floated the idea of imposing a 20 percent tax on goods from Mexico to pay for a wall at the southern US border.

Ford USA to import its cars from India starting 2018
Auto

Ford USA to import its cars from India starting 2018

It seems that Ford Motors is already feeling the heat from President-elect Trump for importing cars from Mexico, thus having no choice but to import vehicles from India.

US election 2016: What does Donald Trump's triumph mean for India Inc
World

US election 2016: What does Donald Trump's triumph mean for India Inc

Donald Trump's win the 2016 US presidential election brings both positive and negative news for India, especially because of his anti-immigration and protectionist policies related to international trade

Exports growth may be slow, but steady in coming months: Nirmala Sitharaman
Business

Exports growth may be slow, but steady in coming months: Nirmala Sitharaman

Exports were in negative zone between December 2014 and May 2016 due to weak global demand and slide in oil prices

In a historic move, Hong Kong to ban ivory trade, says leader
World

In a historic move, Hong Kong to ban ivory trade, says leader

Hong Kong will ban the import and export of ivory, the city's leader announced Wednesday, in a "historic" move hailed by animal welfare activists.

Arhar Mahadev! Dal prices hit Rs 210 per kg; govt recovers 36,000 t from hoarders, blames states
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Arhar Mahadev! Dal prices hit Rs 210 per kg; govt recovers 36,000 t from hoarders, blames states

Dal prices rose to a record high of Rs 210 per kg sending the government into fire fighting mode. About 36,000 tonnes of pulses have been recovered from hoarders and this will be pushed into the market to cool prices.

Rupee ends higher by 4 paise, closes at 61.69/$
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Rupee ends higher by 4 paise, closes at 61.69/$

The rupee firmed up further by 4 paise to close at 61.69 against the American currency on sustained selling of dollars by banks and exporters.