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Latvia to continue trade with Iran: Foreign Ministry
Latvia's Foreign Ministry confirmed that it would follow the EU in not stopping trade with Iran, despite US calls for the contrary.
IME weekly trade tops $350m
Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) announced that commodities valued at about $353 million and weighing over 597,567 tons were traded in its domestic trading and exports halls in the past working week (August 4-9).
China: Business ties with Iran no harm to any other country
“Beijing-Iran trade cooperation does not violate UNSC resolutions”
World trade outlook indicator shows momentum easing further in q3
Trade expansion will likely slow further in the third quarter of 2018, the World Trade Organization's (WTO) latest World Trade Outlook Indicator (WTOI) indicated on Thursday.
Kabul-Tehran trade not affected by sanctions: Official
The rising trend of Iran-Afghanistan trade that began in 2001 will probably continue without being affected by US sanctions, said an Afghan trade official.
Iran-Pakistan trade on an upward trend
Iran-Pakistan trade is on an upward trend and bilateral trade volume has reached $1.3 billion from $600 billion over past three years, said the president of Iran-Pakistan Federation of Culture and Trade.
Protectionism 'dealing severe blow' to trade: China
China's President Xi Jinping on Wednesday warned that growing protectionism was damaging trade and that the world had to choose "between cooperation and confrontation" as the threat of a US-led trade war looms.
US trade threats, intimidation will never work on China: Spokesman
Amid an intensifying trade war between China and the United States, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the US intimidation and threats "will never work" on Beijing, calling on Washington to maintain a rational attitude in dealing with related issues.
US, EU locked in trade stalemate
France: Trade cannot be based on survival of fittest
Europe takes first practical step toward direct Iran trade: Report
European economic powerhouses Germany, France and the UK have reportedly notified Tehran that they seek to open direct banking channels with the Islamic Republic, in what would be the first practical step to sustain the 2015 nuclear deal and sidestep the US, which has unilaterally withdrawn from the accord.
China says US dragging entire global economy into place of danger
China has once again censured the United States for its trade policies, saying Washington would be to blame for a chaotic global economy if it sticks with its “willful” decisions in trade.

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