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Export malaise hits Germany as EU economic heavyweights struggle
Momentum in German exports slowed in the first half of 2019 and abruptly reversed in June, data showed on Friday, adding to signs of broad-based weakness in an economy increasingly relying on domestic demand to eke out even meager growth.
UK firms that export only to EU 'unprepared' for no-deal Brexit
Most firms that export only to the EU do not have the paperwork they need to carry on their business after a no-deal Brexit, government figures suggest.
Deputy minister: Iran’s shoe exports capable of significant growth
Iran’s shoemaking industry can witness a significant leap in terms of exporting its products as it has the appropriate infrastructure, said a deputy minister of industry, mine and trade.
China solar production surges in first half as exports rise: association
China’s production of solar equipment rose rapidly in the first half of the year despite a decline in new project installations, with much of the surplus exported, an industry association said on Thursday.
Iran to mark export goods with new quality sign
Iran's national standardization organization (ISIRI) is planning to mark all export goods with a new quality sign to help improve processing in customs offices and to ensure that high standards are observed in production of the export items.
PGPIC CEO: Domestic petchem firms generate $10b in year to March
Iranian petrochemical companies injected close to $10 billion in foreign currency into the domestic economy in the year to March 2019, said the managing director of the Persian Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (PGPIC) on Saturday.
South Korea steps up effort to get US help in export row with Japan
South Korea’s foreign minister told US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that Japan’s export curbs against Seoul are “undesirable”, the Foreign Ministry said on Thursday, as a trade row between the East Asian neighbors grows.
Japan’s export curbs bring attention to Tokyo’s capital in local market
Japan’s decision to restrict key supplies for South Korea’s semiconductor industry has shed light on the considerable size of Japanese investment in the nation’s financial market, stoking concerns over its impact on the nation’s economy if political bickering spreads to the capital market.
Japan to tighten export rules for high-tech materials to South Korea
Japan plans to tighten restrictions on the export of high-tech material used in smartphones and chips to South Korea from July 4 in connection with a dispute over a South Korean ruling on war-time forced labor, the Sankei newspaper reported on Sunday.
CBI says oil exports rising despite sanctions
Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Abdolnasser Hemmati said on Wednesday that his country is restoring its position in the global oil market with increasing supply to its international customers through new methods.
Official: EGFI to support export-oriented foreign investments
The diverse products and services of the Export Guarantee Fund of Iran (EGFI) are aimed at supporting export-oriented foreign investments, said the head of the fund’s board of directors.
Indian tea exports to Iran jump 150%
While uncertainties are looming large over India-Iran trade due to US economic sanctions, tea exports to the Middle-Eastern country have jumped 150 percent.
South Korea calls for US cooperation for humanitarian exports to Iran
South Korea asked for US cooperation for its exports of humanitarian products to Iran hindered by Washington's sanctions against Iran, Seoul's Foreign Ministry said Friday.
Iran exports combine harvesters to four states
An Iranian manufacturer announced on Wednesday that it has earned $500,000 by exporting combine harvesters to four countries.

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