UK By Chris Morris Reality Check correspondent, BBC News 24 June 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-47216870 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Related TopicsReality Check A number of obscure pieces of trade law have taken on near … [Read more...] about Would obscure trade rule help with no-deal Brexit?
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Vanuatu will host its first Trade Policy Review (TPR) follow-up workshop from the 26th to 28th of June 2019 at Ramada Resort in Port Vila.The TPR workshop is expected to host around 30 participants from government departments, line agencies, private sector and donor organizations.The objective of this seminar is to review and discuss findings from the recent World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Policy Review (TPR).After seven (7) years of Vanuatu’s membership to the WTO, Vanuatu went through its first TPR process in 2018. The WTO secretariat through the Trade Policy Review Body (TPRB) conducted this review as a set requirement for all WTO members.Following this review, the TPR proper was convened on the 23rd & 25th October 2018 at WTO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.Vanuatu notified the WTO on its developments and the challenges to its trade, economic and investment policies. The review is not a legal compliance assessment but rather a transparency exercise which has … [Read more...] about 3-day Trade Policy Review follow-up workshop starts
MOSCOW, Jun 19 (PRIME) -- The St. Petersburg Exchange (SPB Exchange) plans to switch to a 7-day trading week in 2019, President of association NP RTS (Nonprofit Partnership for the Development of the RTS Financial Market) Roman Goryunov said on Wednesday. “We plan… to complete a project of 21/7 trade until the end of the year. We are technically ready for that already. The system has been working for several months in a test mode. There are participants who test it for target deals. We offer to launch normal trade,” Goryunov said. End 19.06.2019 11:52 … [Read more...] about Official says SPB Exchange to launch 7-day trade in 2019
By Trend The weighted average dollar rate at the daytime session of the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE) on April 23, 2019 amounted to 377.49 tenge, Trend reports with reference to the exchange data. Compared with the daytime session on April 22 (377.35 tenge / $ 1), the national currency fell by 0.14 tenge to the US dollar. KASE states that at the day trades in US dollars the minimum rate was at the level of 377.30 tenge per dollar, the maximum - 378 tenge, the closing rate - 378 tenge. The volume of trading in US currency amounted to $30.460 million. The number of transactions in currency transactions is 93. In the morning session of trading in US dollar, the minimum rate was 376.80 tenge per dollar, the maximum - 377.36 tenge, the closing rate was 377.35 tenge per dollar. The volume of trading in US dollar amounted to $38.550 million. The number of transactions in currency transactions was 107. The results of the morning and afternoon sessions show that the weighted … [Read more...] about Kazakhstan establishes new dollar rate at KASE day trading
It would indeed be ironic if a Brexit Britain were to be an early casualty of an imploding global trade order but institutions like the WTO have also served Ireland well, writes Kyran FitzgeraldEurope’s leaders have given the UK until the end of October to put together an EU departure deal and for now, we can breathe a sigh of relief, as the prospect of Britain crashing out of the EU diminishes.While the Brexit soap opera continues to soak up much of the political and business oxygen in these islands, elsewhere, global trade tensions continue to mount.Last week, Donald Trump ramped up the rhetoric on Twitter against the EU describing it as a “brutal trading partner”.The US administration has targeted Airbus and the financial support it receives from EU governments, in particular.The move heightened nerves across the eurozone where economic growth has slowed to a crawl.The IMF has downgraded its global economic forecasts, and trade figures out of China point to both a … [Read more...] about Trump puts trade rules under strain