Business Middle East
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says he has ordered 36 French-made Rafale fighter jets. The move, an effort to modernise his country’s ageing
Xi Jinping opened the Boao Forum in China with a plea for political and economic cooperation concerning Asia. During his key note speech, the Chinese
Now that France has found a first foreign buyer for its Rafale fighter jet, maybe the orders will just keep rolling in. That is certainly the hope of
Several dozen protesters took to the streets of Brussels on Wednesday to rally against a planned EU-US free trade deal. Negotiators say it would
EU officials have released confidential papers being used to negotiate a free trade deal with the US. The European Commission took the step after
The cigar is one of Cuba’s most iconic products, and remains forbidden fruit in the USA. Milagros Diaz has been rolling habanos for 48 years and is
The EU and US are in talks to create the world’s biggest free trade zone, claiming it will make both regions richer than ever.
But critics question
Russian President Vladimir Putin visits Turkey today with trade and energy issues set high on the agenda.
Russia is Turkey’s main energy supplier
In just a few years 90 percent of the world’s demand will be from outside Europe. So this edition of Real Economy explores the world of trade, and
Cubans are free to buy new cars for the first time since the 1959 revolution, its communist government has announced.
It’s the latest in a series
Ukraine’s first deputy prime minister Serhiy Arbuzov said on Thursday Kiev would “soon sign” a trade and association agreement with the European
EU and US negotiators have started talks aimed at creating the world’s largest free trade zone.
The opening of negotiations come after weeks of
US senators have pressed President Barack Obama to suspend trade benefits with Bangladesh until it can improve its working conditions.
China’s presidential couple are on their first foreign tour since Xi Jinping’s recent confirmation in office. First stop was Russia, to highlight the
In this edition of U-talk, Benjamin, from Saint-Etienne, in France, asks: “Could Europe implement protectionist policies and still
Amid economic and financial crises, free trade and globalisation are dirty words to many Europeans. Some of those same countries where