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U.S.'s Tillerson and Mexico's Videgaray talk security, migration on visit

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray on Friday and discussed security and migration, Mexico's government said. After the 20-minute meeting, they were joined by Canada's Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, said Steve Goldstein, U.S. undersecretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs. Mexico is trying to prove itself a good U.S. ally i...

Is China behind this campaign against the Monsanto merger?

Standing behind a media campaign directed against the proposed merger of German-based Bayer AG and U.S.-based Monsanto is a public affairs operation with a long history of doing work for a foreign company that is now part of a state-owned Chinese firm. It matters, because under the Foreign Agents Registration Act the public affairs company may be required to register and disclose its connection to...


Experts Hotly Debated on the Urban Governance of Qingdao Shibei District at 2018 International ...

The two-day conference, hostedby Information Research Center of International Talent of State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, ChinaUniversity of Political Science and Law, Read more...

Advocates’ Plea Over NAFTA Trade Talks: Don’t Favor Drugmakers Over Patients

The groups argued against expanding monopolies that would thwart generic competition; rules that would restrict government rights to control prices; and maintaining so-called investor-state disputes which, under international trade treaties, allow companies to initiate claims against foreign governments.

Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (CUSFTA) increased caloric intake in Canada

(Elsevier) A new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that the 1989 Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (CUSFTA) was associated with an increase in caloric availability of approximately 170 kilocalories per person per day in Canada. These findings suggest that the rise in caloric intake and obesity in Canada since the early 1990s can be partially attributed to its close ...

Trump Puts Pressure On NAFTA Talks With More Tariff Threats

President Donald Trump continued to call for changes to U.S. trade deals on Monday, saying that he’s open to pulling back on the tariffs he plans to impose on international trade partners if Mexico and Canada come to the table and renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. Trump announced his intention to slap a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum i...

Canada to sign on to Pacific trade pact

Canada has agreed to sign on to the resurrected Trans Pacific Partnership along with 10 other Asia-Pacific countries, moving forward with the trade pact after the United States pulled out last year. The news comes as negotiators from Canada, the United States and Mexico sit down in Montreal for a sixth round of talks aimed at revamping the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Canada -- t...

SkyPower and The Government of Uzbekistan Announce the signing of a landmark 1,000 MW Solar ...

François- Philippe Champagne, Minister of International Trade for the Government of Canada, remarked, "Growing Canada's cleantech and renewable sectors and encouraging the export Read more...

China’s Xi Jinping Offers Trade Concessions, but They May Not Be Enough to Satisfy Trump

Xi pledged to lower auto import tariffs and ease foreign investment, just as trade tensions rise with the U.S.

Are US pharma companies immune to US–Canada trade wars?

The escalating trade war between the US and Canada could be a disaster for US pharma companies as they face...Read More... The post Are US pharma companies immune to US–Canada trade wars? appeared first on Pharmaceutical Technology.

The US is Already in a Trade War, and Only Consumers Can Win It, Author Says

PHILADELPHIA, March 9, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- President Trump's plan to place tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum has drawn dire warnings of starting a trade Read more...

Russia foreign ministry spokeswoman accuses MP of sexual harassment

Russia foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova became the latest woman to accuse senior lawmaker Leonid Slutsky of sexual harassment on Saturday. Four journalists have accused Slutsky, the head of the Duma's foreign affairs committee, of inappropriate sexual conduct over the past few weeks. "Leonid started saying things in a restaurant that I fou

Canada declares truce after Boeing says will not appeal trade ruling

Ottawa (AFP) - The government of Canada on Friday declared an end to its feud with Boeing after the US aircraft maker dropped its trade complaint against Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier.

Biotech to join PM on international trade trip to China

Developer and manufacturer of bioscience products, Stream Bio, will be joining the PM, Theresa May, and other select UK businesses, on the international trade visit to China.

[Series] Canada's global health role: supporting equity and global citizenship as a middle power

Canada's history of nation building, combined with its status as a so-called middle power in international affairs, has been translated into an approach to global health that is focused on equity and global citizenship. Canada has often aspired to be a socially progressive force abroad, using alliance building and collective action to exert influence beyond that expected from a country with modera...

Canada to accept bid from Boeing for new fighter jets

Canada said Thursday it was allowing Boeing to submit a bid to replace the country's aging F-18 fleet, after an earlier trade dispute between the American manufacturer and Ottawa. The announcement came a month after the US International Trade Commission rejected a complaint filed by Boeing against its Canadian rival Bombardier, demanding nearly 300 percent anti-dumping duties on the C Series pass...

China Water Affairs Group (855) - FY18 exceeds forecasts

Edison Investment Research - General Industrials - China Water Affairs Group: Better-than-expected growth in profitability in FY18, a higher than forecast DPS and a favourable market outlook are clearly positive for China Water Affairs (CWA). We forecast continuing growth over the next few years and have raised our valuation to HK$10 per share. At that price, CWA would trade on a forward-looking P...

NUS study yields valuable insights on underreporting in international wildlife trade

(National University of Singapore) Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have established several key trends in wildlife trade following an in-depth study on international wildlife trade data. The findings shed light on the market forces driving the movement of wildlife products around the globe, and indicate our understanding of illegal and legal wildlife trade is biased tow...

Evaluation report shows massive return for NWDA funded International Trade Programme

The Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) has today revealed the findings of an independent Interim Evaluation of the NWDA's funding of the Northwest International Trade Programme. The DTZ report has found an excellent return on the NWDA's £3m investment and recognises the value for money the programme has delivered over the past two years. For more information see

How An Australia-Canada-Japan Led TPP-11 Trade Deal Compares To China's Alternative

The thinned-down, just-approved Trans Pacific Partnership free trade deal has a list of perks for traders and investors. A trade agreement backed by China will miss a lot of those advantages, analysts believe.

Bill Gates On the Promise of Gene Editing

In a recent piece for Foreign Affairs, philanthropist and tech pioneer Bill Gates discusses the ...

Grand Challenges Canada announces $7.9 million investment for health innovations in India

Grand Challenges Canada today announced an investment of up to $7.9 million in 40 health innovations in India, supported by the Government of Canada through Global Affairs Canada and complemented by contributions of dozens of partners, creating a total investment of up to $12.3 million.

Guatemala defends moving its embassy to Jerusalem

Guatemalan Foreign Minister Sandra Jovel defended Tuesday her country's "sovereign" decision to relocate its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. "We are doing the right thing in accordance with the foreign policy that Guatemala has had toward Israel over the past 70 years," Jovel said at a press conference. President Jimmy Morales told a cheering crowd at the annual meeting of the pro-...

Shanghai International Exhibition Co., Ltd. präsentiert am 29. ...

Die 15.000 m2große Ausstellung wird vom Shanghai Council for the Promotion of International Trade und der Chamber of International Commerce Shanghai organisiert. Über Read more...

Grand Challenges Canada announces funding for 40 new health innovations in India

(Terry Collins Assoc) Grand Challenges Canada today announced an investment of up to $7.9 million in 40 health innovations in India, supported by the Government of Canada through Global Affairs Canada and complemented by contributions of dozens of partners, creating a total investment of up to $12.3 million. Three of the projects will empower vulnerable, low-income women and girls in rural village...

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