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International Trade

Will the UK Get Back on Track After the Pandemic?

Will the UK Get Back on Track After the Pandemic?

The UK has seen a remarkable hike in customers spending thanks to warm weather and many reopened stores. According to the figures by retails industry, the rise is comparable to pre-pandemic levels. The improvement is on progress while consumers are happy with reopening of stores. As they left homes after several months of lockdown, the […] Read More

Australia And China’s Business Relations Preserved

Australia And China’s Business Relations Preserved

Despite recent friction with China over exports, Australia intends to keep solid connections with the country for its prosperity. Australian farming leaders, worried about the aggression with China, demand a division between foreign relations and business connections with China. A few days ago, Agribusiness Australia released a report stating that its agriculture has fallen $ […] Read More

Tourism Affected After Outbreak

Tourism Affected After Outbreak

One issue that the world now faces is sharply reduced travel to major travel spots amid the pandemic. Travel and sightseeing are now only dreams for many would-be tourists and sightseers around the globe. In Madrid, Spain, which used to be a fabulous destination for travel fanatics, almost all the streets are calm, with only a few […] Read More

Will China Retain Its Recent Growth?

Will China Retain Its Recent Growth?

While most of the world still struggles with the Covid-19 crisis, China, where the virus was first identified, is now in its post-corona era. With easing lockdowns and reopening shops and factories, China in the last quarter has seen an impressive growth in its economy. The report, covering the 3 months ending in June, reveals a […] Read More

Apple Flourishing Again in China

Apple Flourishing Again in China

Apple, one of the greatest technology companies in the world, has boomed in the competitive Chinese market thanks to the reputation of the iPhone 11 series, offered at substantial discounts. Reliable data indicates that in the second quarter, Apple smartphones have been well received in  China. The sell-through for iPhone devices in China had a […] Read More

WTO Members To Expedite Imports

WTO Members To Expedite Imports

No doubt, the measures by WTO members to restrict import has affected the increasing share of the world trade; however, the report by the Director-General on Trade-Related Developments shows a shift in measures to expedite imports, which contain products to resist the pandemic. From 363 new measures on trade carried out by WTO members in […] Read More

Sime Darby Plantation to Go With High-yield Materials

Sime Darby Plantation to Go With High-yield Materials

Sime Darby Plantation, the largest producer of sustainable palm oil in the world, is aimed to double its production in the near future. Located in Malaysia, the company is raising its seedling production in the next 3 years. Earlier in June, it declared its intention to scale up its edible palm oil production by 20%. […] Read More

Acquisition of Noble Energy

Acquisition of Noble Energy

Chevron Corporation announced on Monday, it conceded to buy Noble Energy in a deal worth of Us $5 billion. A company of standard oil, Chevron entered an all-stock transaction with Noble Energy, a top independent energy company. Following a heavy debt burden of the incorporation, the Noble has a transaction with Chevron valued at approximately […] Read More

Sweden’s Shopping Mall For Environment Lovers

Sweden’s Shopping Mall For Environment Lovers

The first shopping mall for reused items in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records in 2020, is placed in Eskilstuna, a city in Sweden. The popular mall holds 13 stores at an area of 5,000 square meters. The 2-stroey complex offers technology devices, toys, flowers, furniture, clothing as well as home […] Read More

EU’s Ban on Palm Oil

Palm oil producers in Asia, who have long been arguing with the European Union over the imports of the oil, have decided to work with the European Commission to plan some standards for EU’s new policy – “Farm to Fork” – on food supply. Farm to Fork is a collective movement to enhance food served […] Read More

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