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WTO goods barometer signals further trade weakening in Q1, Switzerland
World merchandise trade growth is likely to remain weak in early 2020, according to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Goods Trade Barometer released this month. The real-time measure of trade trends
US coalition calls for strong rules for govt PPE purchases, United States Of America
An US industry coalition representing the full spectrum of personal protective equipment (PPE) production recently urged the government to create strong domestic procurement rules for federal PPE
NCTO testifies at House Ways & Means Trade Subcommittee, United States Of America
NCTO president Kim Glas recently testified at the House Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee hearing on 'Manufacturing and Critical Supply Chains: Lessons From COVID-19'. She outlined policy
Lanxess to sell organic leather chemicals business to TFL, Germany
Lanxess is selling its organic leather chemicals business to TFL, a supplier of leather chemicals. Both companies signed an agreement to this effect on August 12, 2020. The purchase price comprises a
Nouryon doubles organic peroxides capacity in Brazil, Netherlands
Nouryon has more than doubled its capacity to produce organic peroxides at its plant in Itupeva, Brazil. This imparts capacity for chemicals such as methyl ethyl ketone peroxides (MEKP) and dibenzyl
India not negotiating comprehensive FTA with US now, India
India is not negotiating a comprehensive free trade agreement with the US at present, commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal informed parliament last week. He also said India has challenged a
Delilah Home launches GOTS certified organic hemp sheets, United States Of America
Home textiles company, Delilah Home, has launched the world's first 100 per cent organic hemp sheets certified from field to finished product to the stringent Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).
US, India to reportedly finalise trade deal in Feb, India
When United States Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer reportedly visits New Delhi in the second week of February, both the countries are expected to finalise a mega trade deal, which is a
Cap Yarns CEO David Roberts is new NCTO chairman, United States Of America
David Roberts, chief executive officer (CEO) of speciality yarn manufacturer Cap Yarns, was recently elected the new chairman of the US National Council of Textile Organisations (NCTO). He succeeds
WTO chief calls for reform of trade body at Davos, Switzerland
If the World Trade Organisation has to deliver and perform its role, it has to be updated, chief Roberto Azevedo said at the World Economic Forum in Davos. "It has to be changed, it has to be
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