indifference being paid in Afghanistan
The Hindu, 30
Diplomats point out that India's
guarded approach in dealing with Iran is evident in virtually all
areas of potential cooperation, not just oil imports and the costs
are beginning to be felt in Afghanistan.
entry of Nepali garlic against trade pact
Nepal News, 30
The southern neighbour has
completely blocked the exports of Nepali garlic in its market for
the last few days, it is learnt. This move on the part of India,
Nepal's largest trading partner, followed reports that Chinese
garlic is making inroads into the Indian market in the name of
Vietnam-Japan two-way trade exceeds US$16 billion
VOV News, 30
Vietnam-Japan bilateral trade
value exceeded US$16 billion in 2010, up almost 24 percent over the
direct investmentt in Vietnam surges 74.3% in 2010
China Knowledge, 30
China's direct investment in
Vietnam was US$365 million this year, reflecting a year-on-year
increase of 74.3%, according to the latest statistics from the
Ministry of Planning and Investment of Vietnam.
rules will enhance trade
The Economic Times, 28 December 2010
The year 2010 will be remembered
across India for multiple reasons and notable among them is India's
newly-assumed position as a key international trading partner.
talks in Jan as sides look to meet deal deadline
Mint, 27 December 2010
During the January talks, both
sides are expected to exchange offers on areas such as government
procurement and services, in which negotiations are lagging behind.
India-Canada ties to see boost in 2011
The Economic Times, 27 December 2010
With the two countries pledging to
double their bilateral trade from $5 billion in the next five years,
ministerial visits from here are also likely to begin in January as
about a dozen Canadian ministers and state premiers have visited
India this year.
Canada bilateral trade to touch 15 billion Canadian dollar by 2015
DNA News, 22
India and Canada aim at achieving
a bilateral trade target of Canadian dollar (CAD) 15 billion in the
next five years, a top government official said here in Mumbai.
Indonesia likely to sign PTA
Daily Times, 23
Pakistan and Indonesia are
expected to sign Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) in first quarter
of 2011, which would increase bilateral trade to around $ 2 billion
in two years.
second-best market for Oman's non-oil exports
The Economic Times, 22
Trade ties between India and Oman
have grown exponentially in the last five years and bilateral trade
between the two sides touched $ 4.5 billion between April, 2009 to
'India-Singapore trade to hit SGD 30 bn this yr'
SME Times, 22
India-Singapore bilateral trade is
expected to surge by over 36 percent from SGD 22 billion in 2009 to
SGD 29-30 billion this year, according to Indian High Commissioner
to Singapore, T C A Raghavan.
for bilateral FTA with India
Deccan Herald, 21
In the face of growing competition
among emerging economies to have Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with
India, Thailand, on Tuesday, indicated that it was keen to have a
comprehensive trade pact with India in 2011 in a bid to boost
deepening economic ties with Singapore
The Economic Times, 21
India plans to deepen its economic
ties with Singapore as part of its 'Look East policy', with
bilateral trade expected to touch SGD 30 billion this year.
for a Date to Ink Trade Pact with India: Malaysia
Outlook India, 21
Malaysia today said it is "waiting
for a date" to ink a landmark Comprehensive Economic Cooperation
Agreement with India, noting that both sides have already fulfilled
all the requirements to institutionalise the trade pact and only the
formal signing remains.
$20 bn Russia trade target
Business Today, 21
Commerce Minister Anand Sharma on
Monday set an ambitious target of $20 billion for India-Russia trade
by 2015 and said it was achievable provided all stakeholders put in
concerted high efforts.
second-best market for Oman
Gulf News, 21
India is the second-biggest market
for Oman's non-oil exports, according to Anil Wadhwa, India's
Ambassador to Oman.
Deal Threatens Mom-and-Pop Retail
IPS News, 20 December
Retail giants pushing the European
Union-India free trade deal promise consumers a "new and dynamic
retail experience" but ignore the fate of India’s "mom-and-pop"
stores and some 40 million people they employ.
starts river project in Myanmar
Sify News, 20 December
India has begun construction of a
river port and waterway terminal in Myanmar, aimed at promoting
trade between the two countries.