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US President Donald Trump and UK PM Boris Johnson held telephonic discussions on Brexit and a possible free trade agreement between both... Full Article

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According to data released by the Ministry of Finance, Japanese exports declined for an eighth consecutive month in July as a result of the Full Article

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US President Donald Trump threatened to leave the WTO unless the organization addressed certain loopholes that let some countries maintain a Full Article

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US national security adviser John Bolton confirmed that the US would enthusiastically support the UK government in the event of a no-deal Brexit Full Article

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South Korea announced its intention to remove Japan from its trade whitelist as the latest move in the trade row between the two countries.. Full Article

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According to data released by the Federal Statistics Office, German imports increased by more than expected even as exports fell lower. Full Article

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For the first time since imposing export curbs in July, Japan has approved exports of a hi-tech raw material to South Korea. Full Article

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Over escalating trade dispute with Japan, South Korea imported beer worth only $4.3 billion from Japan during July Full Article

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46 member nations of the United Nations, including the US and China, signed the International Settlement Agreements Full Article

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The trade row between South Korea is not only showing no signs of abating, but appears to be getting worse Full Article

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Japan-South Korea trade conflict escalating? On Friday, the Japanese cabinet approved the removal of South Korea from a trade whitelist, Full Article

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South Korea could review its bilateral security cooperation with Japan as trade tensions between the two countries continue to escalate. Full Article

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China's investments in solar, wind and coal power projects in the Belt and Road Initiative has surged since its inception in 2014. Full Article

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The Chinese Commerce Ministry has announced its intention to launch an anti-subsidy investigation into some chemical imports from the US. Full Article

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