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New foreign trade policy will come when time is right: DGFT
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New foreign trade policy under consultation: Govt

foreign trade policy (FTP) is under consultation and finalisation, government said today. The policy deals with export and import related activities of the country. Government also announces incentives in the policy to boost exports. "The new FTP is under ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Obama's fourth-quarter foreign policy surprises Los Angeles Times, 2 hours ago
Foreign Trade Policy stuck in inter-ministerial tussle Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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Costa Rica attracts 39 new foreign investment projects in 2014

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- The Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE) and the ministry of foreign trade of Costa Rica (COMEX) has announced that 39 new investment projects from the sectors of corporate services, life sciences, light ...
 Caribbean News Now!10 hours ago N.Korean Special Zones Leave Foreign Investors Cold  Digital Chosun15 hours ago 2014: Costa Rica Captured 39 New Foreign Investment Projects, Announces CINDE  MoneyShow.com19 hours ago Galvanize Foreign Direct Investment in U.S. Clean Energy  Brookings Institution1 day ago

Workshop on Foreign Trade Held

KOCHI: A one-day workshop on International Trade, jointly organised by the Joint Direct General Foreign Trade (JDGFT) and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), was held in Kochi on Friday. The workshop was organised ...
 New Indian Express15 hours ago

Foreign Trade

The foreign trade (export+import) has increased from 42 billion US $, in 1990-91 to 765 billion US$ in the year 2013-14 with an annual average growth rate of 13.42% and has increased 18 folds during the period. The gap, between value of import and export, ...
 PIB1 day ago Armenia's foreign trade turnover in January November 2014 gre...  ARKA News Agency23 hours ago Shanghai's foreign trade up 1.1% in Nov to US$ 40.6 bln  China Knowledge Online1 day ago Navigating the waters of foreign exchange and international payments  Economist3 days ago
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Rupee up 11 paise at 63.00 against dollar in early trade

The rupee gained another 11 paise to trade at 63.00 against the dollar in early morning session at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on increased selling of the US currency by exporters. Forex dealers said besides selling of the American ...
 DNA India1 day ago Rupee trims initial gains, still up 7 paise to 63.04 Vs USD  Jagran Post1 day ago Rupee up 40 paise against dollar in early trade  Press Trust of India2 days ago Rupee up 11 paise against dollar in early trade  IBN Live18 minutes ago
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Democrat Lawmakers Warn Against Investment Rules In Trade Pacts

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some Democrat lawmakers have urged the U.S. administration to exclude foreign investment protections from major free trade agreements, warning they might undermine buffers against future financial crises and hurt public ...
 Austin American Statesman1 day ago Democratic lawmakers warn against investment rules in trade pacts  American Journal of Transportation On-Line15 hours ago REFILE-Democratic lawmakers warn against investment rules in trade pacts  Reuters Africa1 day ago

India has positive balance of trade with US, Britain

Sitharaman said India's foreign trade has increased from $42 bn in 1990-91 to $765 bn in 2013-14 with an AAGR of 13.42% & has increased 18 folds. NEW DELHI: Top ten countries which imported more from India than exported to the country in 2013-14 include the ...
 Economic Times1 day ago

Bomb threat at Aus Dept of Foreign Affairs and Trade

From Natasha Chaku Melbourne, Dec 16 (PTI) Hundreds of staff were evacuated today from Canberra-based-Department of Australia's Foreign Affairs and Trade after a suspicious package was found in the canteen of the building, which is close to ...
 Press Trust of India4 days ago Bomb squad evacuates govt building in Canberra  Rediff.com4 days ago Bomb threat at Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade  Melbourne Age4 days ago Government office evacuated in Canberra after bomb threat  Prokerala4 days ago

Goa cracks down on drug trade, overstaying foreigners

The Goa police have started cracking down on drug trade, foreigners overstaying illegally and other such illegal activities said to be thriving along the North Goa coast. The
 The Hindu2 days ago Stakeholders condemn violent attack on foreign nationals day ago Govt to crackdown on illegal foreign businesses  Times of India2 days ago

China forex regulator closely monitoring slide in Russian rouble

The State Administration of Foreign Exchange is also stepping up its crackdown on fake trade deals, which are often used to circumvent China's currency controls. BEIJING: China is closely monitoring the slide in the Russian rouble, the foreign exchange ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Rouble weakening not to affect Russia-China trade - China state administration  Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies2 days ago China foreign exchange regulator concerned over Russian rouble slump  Economic Times2 days ago
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