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Global ban on exporting hazardous waste to developing countries becomes law – Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

The Basel Ban Amendment, adopted by the Parties to the Basel Convention on the Control of the Transboundary Movement of ...
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10 of the trendiest destinations you should really visit in 2020

Trendy destinations may vary from year to year or season to season, but often the biggest hot spots remain the ...
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Zero Sum World? Implications of U.S. Trade Outcomes on Canada – Action Forex

Highlights Global export growth has flatlined of late, and Canada has not been immune. A slower pace of global growth ...
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Updated weights for Trade-Weighted Index

Release date 12 December 2019 The annual re-weighting of the Trade-Weighted Index (TWI) takes effect on Friday 13 December 2019 ...
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Air New Zealand's new safety video: The A-tree20

Air New Zealand appears to be getting down home with its latest safety video which it is teasing. A post ...
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New USMCA can be template for rebalancing corporate, worker, consumer interests, trade law expert says – KU Today

New USMCA can be template for rebalancing corporate, worker, consumer interests, trade law expert says KU Today ...
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US beef agreement with EU re-focuses need for Australia to achieve the same – Beef Central

AN AGREEMENT providing greater access for US beef to the high-value European Union market has upped the ante for Australia ...
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Christchurch response, trade deal closure lasting memories for outgoing New Zealand envoy – The Hill Times

A month after the March 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings in New Zealand, the country’s High Commissioner to Canada, Daniel Mellsop, ...
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Asia Pacific Foundation tracker report says Canadian exports to CPTPP markets fell in first year of existence – Business in Vancouver

The 11-nation Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade bloc - or CPTPP - has been championed by many in Ottawa ...
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Strong economy, careful spending gives $12bn of surpluses

The Government is forecast to run $12 billion worth of surpluses across the four years to 2023/24 as the economy ...
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No liquor licence at Air NZ Koru lounge

Air New Zealand's newly opened domestic airport lounge has yet to obtain a liquor licence leaving travellers high and dry ...
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Amid trade conflict, beef exports down 4.2% this year – talkbusiness.net

October marked another sluggish month for beef exports that fell 9% from the year-ago period. The decline contributed to a ...
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Bottlenecks facing Bangladesh’s export sector – The Daily Star

Export-led growth in Bangladesh has been largely fuelled by an abundant supply of low-cost labour and duty-free access to the ...
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Beef exports struggling, imports steady so far in 2019 – Farm Talk

Beef exports were down 9 percent in October compared to last year, contributing to a 4.2 percent year-over-year decrease in ...
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VCCI – Fibre2fashion.com

Vietnamese enterprises’ ability to take advantage of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) depends on their preparation, ...
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Feed prices, market demand support beef production and market recovery – GlobalMeatNews.com

Rabobank released details of the global beef production market in a quarterly report. Globally, China is expected to see about ...
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Feed prices, market demand support beef production and market recovery – FeedNavigator.com

Rabobank released details of the global beef production market in a quarterly report. Globally, China is expected to see about ...
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Work to do despite NZ's high ranking for female entrepreneurs

Despite New Zealand being the second-best place in the world for female entrepreneurs, more work needs to be done, executives ...
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Whakaari/White Island eruption: What we know of the people missing, injured, or dead

Of the 47 people on Whakaari/White Island at the time of the eruption on Monday afternoon, at least five have ...
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