The Mexican Senate ratified a protocol on changes to the USMCA in December. Canada is expected to ratify the new trade agreement this year as well. The USMCA came into being as a result of US President Trump demanding to renegotiate NAFTA, a pact signed in 1993 that the president had repeatedly called a "disaster" for the United States. … [Read more...] about US Senate Approves USMCA Trade Agreement, Sending to Trump’s Desk for Signature
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The Ministry of Industry and Trade said that 2019 was really a tough year with the veggie and fruit sector. China, the largest importer of Vietnam, tightened requirements for imports from Vietnam via applying strict quarantine measures and enhancing origin traceability. … [Read more...] about Vietnam targets USD 5 billion from fruit, vegetable exports in 2020
“Whenever we had a meeting that was one of the major issue[s], ‘please no no deal. No no-deal Brexit’,” he said. “Whatever they do is up to the UK government, but we just don’t want to have a negative impact on the foreign companies in the United Kingdom, including the Japanese.” … [Read more...] about Japan says next British PM must not lead UK out of EU without deal
The Australian government released its future foreign policy blueprint in a 136 page white paper on November 22, which made no special reference to expanding the relationship with the United Kingdom leading some observers to suggest that Britain is increasingly irrelevant to the Asia-Pacific nation's strategic vision. … [Read more...] about UK Replacing EU Trade With Australia Post Brexit Is ‘Cloud Cuckoo Land’ – Expert
Many people worldwide are hoping for a permanent end to the trade war between the two biggest economies, which may have decreased world economic growth in 2019 to 3%, instead of 3.8%, according to the International Monetary Fund. Those hopeful people include the Vietnamese. However there are still some reasons that continuing the trade war could be good for Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Is Vietnam Safe as US Steps Back from the China Trade War?