Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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Survey reveals COVID’s “very disruptive” effect on supply chains

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has been “very disruptive” to supply chains, according to results of a survey...

RCEP possibly concluded in Nov

Ministers of the 16 participating countries of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement are optimistic the trade deal will be concluded...

More cross-border trade, transport links in BIMP sought

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is encouraging Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia to adopt a common set of standards for non-convention ship operations and...

PH, South Korea start FTA talks

The Philippines and South Korea have agreed to pursue a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) to further enhance economic ties and expand...

Vietnam files WTO complaint vs US over anti-dumping duties on fish

Vietnam has filed a complaint against the U.S. with the World Trade Organization (WTO), challenging  Washington’s anti-dumping measures against Vietnam’s exports of fish fillets. The...

Asia-Pacific export volume to improve modestly in 2018 amid risks, says...

As global and regional demand recovers, export volume of the Asia-Pacific region is expected to expand in 2017, but growth is seen to slow...

PH travel goods win zero tariff under expanded US GSP program

Starting July 1, 2017, Philippine-made travel goods such as bags and wallets can enter the U.S. market with zero tariff after the Office of...

Higher growth for APEC economies seen in the near term

New trade and growth data offer positive signs for the Asia-Pacific region, where forecasts for the near term have climbed up slightly from last...

Merkel, leaders of five multilateral agencies seek answers to globalization challenges

German Chancellor Angela Merkel played host to her annual meeting involving the chiefs of the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund, the World...

Asia’s growth still not independent of the West, says analyst

Strengthening integration and intraregional trade in Asia may cushion the impact of external demand shocks, but it does not make the region less vulnerable...