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  1. Woman rides a motorcycle as she passes containers at Hai Phong port

    Vietnam, EU sign landmark free trade deal

    The European Union signed a landmark free trade deal with Vietnam on Sunday, the first of its kind with a developing country in Asia, paving the ...
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    Commentary: As summits approach, winds of trade war hit region

    Leaders gathering for the upcoming ASEAN and APEC summits should lead the movement back to a new and more stable trade consensus, says trade ...
  3. China's President Xi Jinping shakes hands with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during t

    China and Japan should safeguard free trade, China's Li urges

    Japan's prime minister arrived in Beijing on Thursday for his first formal bilateral summit with Chinese leaders in seven years as the Asian ...
  4. pm lee in brussels

    EUSFTA sends message that EU, Singapore are committed to free trade: PM Lee

  5. Federica Mogherini

    EU builds ties with Asia in face of US protectionism

    The 28 EU states were joined at a summit in Brussels by more than 20 Asian leaders including Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Japan's Shinzo Abe and ...
  6. FILE PHOTO:     Factory employees are seen working in the plant of General Motors in the city of Si

    US, Mexico finalise trade pact; Canada to rejoin talks

  7. FILE PHOTO: The new Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison attends a news conference in Canberra

    Australia's new PM due in Indonesia this week amid hopes on trade

    Australia's new prime minister is to visit Indonesia this week on his first overseas trip since being sworn in, Indonesia's foreign ministry said ...
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    JPMorgan Chase offers 100 free trades to attract new investors

  9. Angry steel manufacturers in Europe have urged the EU to mirror the United States in punishing China

    Commentary: How imports helped the American steel industry

    The tariffs on steel will hurt productivity and stifle competition. Better protection for workers in this industry should not be equated with ...