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Uzbekistan increases Iranian cement imports
Uzbekistan imported 590,000 tons of cement from Iran in 2019 which indicates 85 percent of growth to the corresponding figure of 2018 which was 320,000 tons.
Trump increases tariffs on imports of steel, aluminum derivatives
US President Donald Trump has increased trade tariffs on steel and aluminum, claiming the two commodities impact national security.
Middle East share of India's oil imports falls to four-year-low in 2019
India's imports of Middle Eastern oil plunged to a four-year low in 2019, tanker data obtained from sources showed, as the energy-hungry nation diversifies its supplies to cut costs and help shield itself from geopolitical tensions.
Iran stops meat imports amid acute oversupply
Authorities have imposed a temporary ban on imports of meat into Iran as the country faces an acute oversupply despite a growing wave of smuggling into neighboring countries.
China delivers on promise to expand imports
China fulfilled its commitment to increase imports in 2019 amid rising tides of protectionism, boosting domestic economic expansion and offering a beacon of hope for multinationals that had suffered from low profit growth in other parts of the world.
China’s imports of US soy surge to highest in about two years
China’s imports of US soybeans rose to the highest in 20 months in November after more American cargoes cleared customs ahead of the signing of a partial trade deal in January.
India gold imports drop 33%
India's gold imports fell for a fourth straight month in October from a year ago as near record-high prices dampened buying during key festivals in the world's second-biggest consumer of the metal, a government source said on Monday.
China’s imports, exports both worse than expected in September
China’s exports and imports shrank more than expected in September, as existing US tariffs and the ongoing slowdown in global trade combined to undercut demand.
India imports skilled labor for infrastructure projects
After importing metals and machineries from developed countries, contractors of infrastructure projects are now deploying welding and cutting operators from China, Russia and East European countries due to a huge shortage of domestic skilled welding workforce.
China to impose retaliatory tariffs on $75 bn of US imports: Government
China says it will hit US imports worth $75 billion with new tariffs starting September 1 and December 15, as retaliation for Washington's planned tariff hikes in a bruising trade war.
Iran spent $62b on imports of basic goods, medicine since March: CBI
The governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) said the country has spent $62 billion on imports of basic goods and medicine since March 21.
Iran reports growing textile exports amid tightened control on imports
Iran’s export of garment and textile products is on the rise as the government imposes more restrictions on imports to support the domestic production.
Iran’s imports of basic goods surge by 69%: CBI
Iran’s Central Bank governor said that imports of basic goods and foodstuffs to the country have surged by more than two thirds as authorities seek to increase inventories to cope with the impacts of US sanctions.
Used cooking oil imports may boost deforestation
Imports of a ‘green fuel’ source may be inadvertently increasing deforestation and the demand for new palm oil, a study said.
Media: India plans to resume Iran oil imports despite US ban
The Indian government is looking at ways to resume oil imports from Iran despite US sanctions which aim to dry up Iranian revenues, local media reported on Tuesday.

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