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Seeking to improve the fish trade in Africa to aid development Special

A new pan-African project has begun. The project aims to increase the trade in fish. This is being proposed to boost the economy and to improve nutrition for the people of the continent.

Obama told to kick Canada out of trade talks or face opposition

Members of Congress have urged President Obama to remove Canada from a major trade deal because of their protections on poultry and dairy. According to reports if Obama does not agree, he will face even more opposition to an already shaky trade agreement.

Banana fungus poses global risk

A devastating fungal disease has hit a leading variety of banana in Africa and Middle East. There are now fears that the world's major banana production in Latin America will be affected.

Apple pays out $60 million to use 'iPad' name in China

In order to settle a dispute with the Chinese firm Proview over the rights to the trade name "iPad," Apple has paid out $60 million to secure exclusive use of the name.

World Leaders Reject Protectionism as US Examines Restrictions

While some people talk of buying local and not sending workers overseas, China continues to look at open markets continuing in this economy. That’s a good sign for the flow of goods, according to experts.

Breakdown of WTO talks Threatens Global Anti-poverty Goals

The head of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) said it was “deeply disappointing” that world trade talks in Geneva had ended without agreement

World Trade Center site shows signs of rebirth

3 steel pillars rising from the World Trade Center site's massive pit are the first signs of the Freedom Tower, the centerpiece of rebuilding efforts six years after the September 11 attacks.

Wishful thinking: Is Japan and India a counterweight to China?

This is an interesting idea, but I have to take issue with the thinking. India and Japan are forming closer ties, based, apparently, on a reaction to the rise of China. I'll be very interested to hear what DJs think of it. This is the logic of our world.

Court Affirms Limit on Replacement Cost for World Trade Center

The replacement cost insurance policies on the World Trade Center entitle the insureds to monies sufficient to rebuild the buildings as they were prior to being destroyed, but not to build "bigger and better" buildings.

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