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WTO ministers reach deals on fisheries, food, COVID vaccines
The World Trade Organization agreed on deals to protect stocks of ocean fish, broaden production of Covid-19 vaccines and improve food security.
Unionists block new Northern Ireland government over Brexit trade rule
The Democratic Unionist Party's move deepens Northern Ireland's political deadlock, which is fueling a UK-EU feud.
Why doesn't Swiss wine make it out of Switzerland?
The Swiss canton of Valais, or Wallis, is a landscape of rolling hills and irrigated vineyards. So why don't you find the wine in your supermarkets?
Activists block ship trying to unload Russian coal in Helsinki
Helsinki's energy company says they needed to take delivery of the coal from Russia because it was already agreed in a contract - despite earlier pledges to the contrary.
'No-one will stop us': Ukrainian winemakers stand defiant
Wine growers in Ukraine had a massive setback in 2014 when their greatest wine region, Crimea, was annexed by Russia. They will not be deterred by war, they say.
Why is the EU taking China to the WTO over its Lithuania dispute?
Brussels says it went to the World Trade Organization after failing to settle the dispute with China.
China & US lead French Cognac boom as mixology drives domestic market
The BNIC suggests that the growth is partly driven by "the development of mixology", which attracts "new customers in search of authentic products".
Gruyere refers to style not location says US trademark ruling
American consumers do not associate the gruyere name with cheese made specifically from that region, said U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis.
Turkey's Africa summit a chance to sell more drones
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has deepened his defence ties with African countries ahead of the gathering of the continent's leaders in Istanbul.
Why is Turkey's currency crashing and what impact is it having?
Turkey's currency is at an all-time low, as citizens rush to convert their savings. The fall-out of all this could make things difficult for President Erdogan.
What's on the agenda for the new EU-US Trade & Tech Council?
EU and US officials want to use the forum to strengthen economic ties, coordinate digital policy and resolve transatlantic disputes.
EU accounts for 22 per cent of global trade in shark meat, says WWF
Thanks to confusing names, we could be eating more shark and ray meat than we realise.
Bemusement at British PM's plans to build a 'national flagship'
A new vessel crewed by the Royal Navy could be used to promote British trade interests overseas, 10 Downing Street announced on Sunday.
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UK government 'divided' over possible trade deal with Australia
It comes amid concern the agreement could undermine the UK's farming industry.
UK Navy warships stand down as tensions ease in Jersey
HMS Severn and HMS Tamar are expected to begin their voyage back to Portsmouth within the next 24 hours after being deployed to a protest by French fishermen.
EU is the world's second biggest importer of tropical deforestation
A new report from WWF has underlined the 'urgent need' for strong and effective laws on the destruction of nature.
Suez Canal clears backlog of ships 5 days after Ever Given dislodged
The last 61 ships stranded by the grounding of a massive container vessel passed the canal on both sides on Saturday.
Suez blockage 'could cause months of disruption' at European ports
The port of Antwerp told Euronews that shipments coming into the EU could be affected for months, even with the Ever Given ship freed from the Suez Canal blockage.
Scottish fish exporter: 'We'll overcome this — but it'll take time!'
GT Seafoods of Peterhead, which exports fresh fish to France, tells Euronews that post-Brexit bureaucracy means extra costs but argues that problems can be overcome.
Scottish seafood trade 'grim' as Brexit red tape hits UK exports to EU
Several trade bodies are warning that UK exports to the EU risk grinding to a halt, as new post-Brexit trade rules begin to bite.