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Aug 20, 2019, 07.21 AM IST
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Traders body calls for boycott of Chinese goods, seeks up to 500% import duty

CAIT has "given the call to boycott Chinese products to make China understand the repercussions of supporting Pakistan".

India says probing jump in refined palm oil imports from Malaysia

Malaysian exports of refined palm oil to India, the world's biggest importer of edible oils, jumped 727% in the first half of 2019 to 1.57 million tonnes.

Customs to recover export benefits claimed on reimported goods

As for new cases of reimports, exporters have to a provide a ‘no incentive certificate’ from the regional authority (RA) of the Directorate General of Foreign Trade at the time of reimports.

WTO to set up dispute settlement panel to review India's sugar subsidy

Brazil, Australia and Guatemala had sought establishment of a dispute panel under the aegis of the WTO in a case against India's sugar subsidies to farmers.

India probes alleged jump in imports of palm oil from Malaysia

If found that the jump in imports have impacted domestic players, the directorate would recommend safeguard duty on the palm oil.

View: Can India regain its textile glory? Here're the right answers

Here's how India can reverse the slide in apparel exports and ride a high growth path.

WTO to rule on India sugar export subsidies

The decision was automatic upon the complainants' second request at a closed-door meeting of the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body.

Exports Surge 2.25% in July, trade deficit narrows to $13.43 billion

Exports had slumped 9.71% in June on the back of intensifying trade tensions between the US and China.

Exports growth to be in double digits this fiscal: Commerce Secretary

In the last financial year, growth in exports was between nine and ten per cent and the volume touched USD 331 billion which was a "record", he said.

India, China no longer 'developing nations', won't let them take 'advantage' from WTO: Donald Trump

Trump has been a vocal critic of India for levying "tremendously high" duties on US products and has described the country as a "tariff king".

Vegetable oils import up by 26% in one year

Vegetable oils import up by 26% in one year

The vegetable oils imported in July 2019 comprises 1,347,882 tons of edible oils and 64,119 tons of non-edible oils.

Pakistan’s trade ban to make dry fruits dearer

Pakistan’s trade ban to make dry fruits dearer

The wholesale prices of walnuts and almonds have shot up 50% and 20% over the last year because of supply constraints from Pakistan and Afghanistan

Commerce Minister led-CM delegation generates business opportunities in Far East Russia

Commerce Minister led-CM delegation generates business opportunities in Far East Russia

​About 200 Russian companies, Investment Agencies and Funds took part from the Russian side.

India, Russia to boost ties to achieve $30 billion bilateral trade by 2025

India, Russia to boost ties to achieve $30 billion bilateral trade by 2025

This was emphasised upon by Russia's Deputy PM Yuri Trutnev and Union Minister Piyush Goyal during a session from in Vladivostok, Russia.

China promises to address India's concern over ballooning trade deficit

China promises to address India's concern over ballooning trade deficit

India has repeatedly voiced concern over the trade imbalance which last year crossed a whopping USD 57.86 billion over USD 95.5 billion total bilateral trade.

India for ‘made in’ tag on all imported items

India for ‘made in’ tag on all imported items

Move to aid customs curb imports that do not meet quality standards or are in violation of trade norms.

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