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TUNIS-BELVEDERE, Tunisia - "Africa is one of the regions in the world with the highest visa requirements.
Nobel prize-winning economist, Professor Joseph Stiglitz, has called for enshrining of a “Right to Trade” in the global trading regime as a new initiative to help trade performance of the world’
Minister Pierrot J.
PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico – Latin America must address pressing economic and social challenges to ensure that it can attract the trade and investment it needs to drive growth, government leaders stres
Bills to punish China for not revaluing the yuan get lots of press attention, but the real protectionist damage to US-China trade in recent years has come from old-fashioned antidumping and countervai
HA NOI — Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade wants to move the nation away from traditional markets to a modern retail distribution system, accounting for 40 per cent of the total retail trade
CHENGDU, China - Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan warned yesterday that the global economy was in a grim state while the visiting US commerce secretary said China would be spending US$1.7 trillion on
MUMBAI, India - Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces has launched the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces Specialist Program, developed in conjunction with Travel Agent Custom Solutions, the most comprehensive t
The Double Taxation Agreement between Mauritius and Seychelles was signed on the March 11, 2005.
IMPHAL, India - Ambassadors of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) member-states are visiting the northeastern states to explore prospects of tourism and trade and to enhance people to
DAKAR — Flying in Africa -- then fasten your seatbelt, grit your teeth and hope for the best.
BAGHDAD – A dozen fluffy white kittens with piercing blue eyes frolic in a wire cage, perched perilously atop a pen containing two African lion cubs.
YANGON - Entrepreneurs from Myanmar and Indonesia have met in Yangon recently to seek cooperation in boosting trade and tourism, the local Popular News reported Thursday.
The Cuba Trade Expo (www.CubaTradeExpo.com) organizers today announced updates to their roster of experts and industry leaders set to participate in this year’s conference, which will take place in
TEHRAN – The largest commercial, recreational and tourist complex throughout the Middle East named Khalij-e Fars (the Persian Gulf), costing some 500 million dollars will be inaugurated by the early 2010 in the city of Shiraz, southern Iran, said the managing director of the project on Saturday.