May didn’t expect this: Brexit Latest

Where May leaving no stone unturned in bringing EU members and own MP’s together on the same page, Parliament is inching toward a plan to delay Brexit as a way of preventing a chaotic no-deal departure. The pound rose. Opposition leader party John trying best to drag the UK exit from EU on 29th March in case May efforts turned no fruit out. From all major stakeholders, it’s … Continue reading May didn’t expect this: Brexit Latest

Over a year, US- Canada Trade talks: NAFTA resolved

Its been more than a year for US and Canada for been in trade negotiations with eccentric attributes perhaps resolved now. What exactly they were expecting from the negotiation table before leaving was to conclude ToRs of trade. An acrimonious 12 months correspondence that had resulted fruitful outcome. What actually full text the outcome was before leaving experts little time on Sunday to pore over the … Continue reading Over a year, US- Canada Trade talks: NAFTA resolved

How can plunging Lira impact EU market: EU spokesperson

EU spokes person Christian told: We have formed a commission who has taken this charge to monitor whatever is happening with Lira and also its sudden sharp decline. We are aware of all possible facts and outcomes and we are in a state of observation as most of the banks in Turkey are owned by European or Middle Eastern investors. So there is a possibility that this turmoil could … Continue reading How can plunging Lira impact EU market: EU spokesperson

Turkey to shun US electronics including I-Phone (7.1 m users in Turkey) punitive amid rising trade tensions

Turkey President Tayyip Erdogan announced today that the country would boycott all electronics from the United States after President Donald Trump slapped new tariffs on the region that caused the Turkish currency (the lira) to hit an all-time low. The announcement, which specifically targeted Apple, comes amid rising trade tensions between the two countries (and leaders), but it will barely touch the tech giant. “If … Continue reading Turkey to shun US electronics including I-Phone (7.1 m users in Turkey) punitive amid rising trade tensions

China caution US amid investigating foreign firms transfer technology

Trump ordered U.S. trade officials in August to investigate whether Beijing uses market access restrictions or other tools to compel foreign companies to hand over technology. A decision is expected as early as this month, though American officials have set no date. “If the United States insists on unilateral and protectionist practices that will undermine the interests of China, we will take all necessary measures … Continue reading China caution US amid investigating foreign firms transfer technology