Bangladesh turmoil hits trade via Petrapole
The Hindu Business Line, 05 December, 2013

India bears the brunt of political turmoil in Bangladesh with continuous unrest impacting cross-border trade. More..

Iran asks India to open banking channels
The Times of India, 05 December, 2013

Iran on Wednesday asked India to quickly reopen banking channels if it wanted to shore up bilateral trade, especially purchase of Iranian oil. More..

Indo-China bilateral trade biased: Liu Youfa
India Blooms, 04 December, 2013

Consul General of the Peopleís Republic of China in Mumbai Liu Youfa has said that the Indo-Chinese bilateral trade is biased in favour of China and that it is vital that the two economies identify more trade able goods. More..

Govt urged to grant MFN status to India
The News, 18 November, 2013

The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) on Saturday urged the government to grant most favoured nation (MFN) status to India. More..

Indian HC, LCCI for trade promotion
Daily Times, 15 November, 2013

The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and the Indian High Commission (HC) have agreed to work hand-in-hand to remove all hitches to peace and bilateral trade. More..

Cameronís India visit to focus on trade
The Hindu, 14 November, 2013

In his third visit to India as Prime Minister, David Cameron is expected to hold talks with his counterpart Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday on trade expansion as well as bilateral and regional concerns. More..

Cameron to visit India, strengthening business ties on agenda
The Economic Times, 14 November, 2013

Expansion of business ties, exploring new areas of cooperation and the Vodafone tax dues issue are likely to figure during talks between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his British counterpart David David Cameron here tomorrow. More..

India, Ukraine seek to broaden bilateral ties
The Economic Times, 14 November, 2013

Seeking to broaden bilateral ties, India and Ukraine today explored ways to expand cooperation in diverse sectors such as trade, nuclear energy, coal mining, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and science and technology. More..

No assurance on MFN from Pak
Business Standard, 13 November, 2013

No assurance was given by the Pakistan government on Tuesday for granting India the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) trade status, almost a year after it missed the deadline to do so in order to normalise bilateral trading relations. More..

India's imports gained while exports grew negligibly from FTAs: ASSOCHAM study
Business Standard, 13 November, 2013

In the aftermath of signing 15 regional and bilateral free trade agreements (FTAs), while India's imports from these countries and regions increased significantly but our exports to these partner countries either stagnated or registered minimal growth. More..

Robb talks up trade with India
Farm Weekly, 12 November, 2013

Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb has added India to his list of priority trade negotiations for the new Abbott government, with plans to visit the country early next year. More..

India demands access in Chinese services market
Business Standard, 12 November, 2013

With trade deficit rising at a blistering pace with China, India demanded more access in their services market, especially, in the information technology (IT) and pharmaceutical sectors. More..

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