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  • WTO 2012 News items More members urge Argentina to

    China said that it hoped that the measures are only temporary as a large number of its exporters has also been affected. Chile, Colombia, Peru, Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong, China also expressed concerns. Argentina rejected the joint statement as unjustified.

  • Argentina, China Sign Deals Strengthening Ties After G-20

    China's president on Sunday signed new trade deals with Argentina as the Asian giant expands its growing role in Latin American economies. Presidents Mauricio Macri of Argentina and Xi Jinping of

  • USTR pick Tai aims to make trade ‘a force for good’ POLITICO

    Dec 14, 2020· Ottawa group to push new pandemic response at WTO — House lawmakers urge extension of China tariff exemptions. — ensuring that trade measures are Argentina announced net zero emission

  • Why Argentina’s Macri Switched Gears on China, Now His

    May 23, 2017· China has loaned Argentina over $15 billion since 2007, and that will increase to more than $27 billion this year, once the deal for two nuclear plants is finalized. The deal for the hydroelectric

  • Do we have to choose? Argentina’s growing partnership with

    Jul 31, 2019· China made serious inroads under Argentina’s last president, the leftist Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. During her eight years in office, China approved over $15 billion in loans to the country, including high-profile projects such as the renovation of the Belgrano Railway and two hydroelectric dams in Patagonia.

  • China urges Argentina to abide by WTO anti-dumping rules

    China is concerned by measures taken by Argentina against Chinese products, according to Wang Hejun, head with the trade remedy investigation department with the MOC.

  • Australian exporters urge Morrison government to take

    A major Australian business group has called on the Morrison government to take China to the world trade umpire, saying attempted talks have failed to resolve the widening dispute with Australia

  • China threatens countermeasure after US blacklists 59 of

    2 days ago· Beijing [ China ], December 20 (ANI): Upping the ante against the United States, China has threatened to impose countermeasures after Washington decided to blacklist 59 Chinese companies.

  • China urges Argentina to abide by WTO anti-dumping rules

    China is concerned by measures taken by Argentina against Chinese products, according to Wang Hejun, head with the trade remedy investigation department with the MOC.

  • Petition to end the trade of exotic animals in China by

    The virus originated in China's wildlife markets. The government of China has recently put a ban on wildlife for the consumption of food but this is not good enough. We need a ban on ALL wildlife trade, including parts and products (otherwise there are loopholes).

  • USTR pick Tai aims to make trade ‘a force for good’ POLITICO

    Dec 14, 2020· Ottawa group to push new pandemic response at WTO — House lawmakers urge extension of China tariff exemptions. — ensuring that trade measures are Argentina announced net zero emission

  • U.S. companies lobby against China tech bans The

    Oct 12, 2020· As the Trump administration and lawmakers attempt to cut technology ties with China, they are facing powerful opponents — U.S. companies that say some of the measures

  • Australian exporters urge Morrison government to take

    A major Australian business group has called on the Morrison government to take China to the world trade umpire, saying attempted talks have failed to resolve the widening dispute with Australia

  • China threatens countermeasure after US blacklists 59 of

    2 days ago· Beijing [China], December 20 (ANI): Upping the ante against the United States, China has threatened to impose countermeasures after Washington decided to blacklist 59 Chinese companies.

  • IMF, World Bank urge countries to keep trade open amid

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group (WBG) have called on countries to keep trade open as the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic, warning

  • Asia-Pacific Stratfor

    No longer able to fend off the United States' blows, and faced with the maturation of several U.S. punitive trade measures against it, China could respond in kind by slapping tariffs on U.S. exports, including on agricultural and chemical products; by challenging U.S. measures at the World Trade Organization (WTO); and by pressuring American

  • Petition to end the trade of exotic animals in China by

    The coronavirus has caused a worldwide pandemic. Our health, ability to travel, be together with loved ones, and for a lot of us earn a living, is now compromised. The virus originated in China's wildlife markets. The government of China has recently put a ban on wildlife for the consumption of food but this is not good enough. We need a ban on ALL wildlife trade, including parts and products (o

  • World markets sink as Trump stokes fears of trade war

    Mar 23, 2018· World markets sink as Trump stokes fears of trade war. Donald Trump finalises his tariff agenda but China hits back, warning that it will "fight to the end" in any trade war.

  • WTO rules against EU in Argentina biodiesel case

    Mar 29, 2016· But Argentina challenged the anti-dumping measures at the WTO, of which most of the world's countries are a member or an observer. The EU, as well as its member states, are WTO member. In 2014, the WTO's dispute settlement body set up a panel to resolve the issue. In its report, published Tuesday, it did not agree to all of Argentina's complaints.

  • Argentina’s top 10 exports 2019 Trade metrics that

    by Flagpictures Located in the southern half of South America, the Argentine Republic shipped US$65.1 billion worth of goods around the globe in 2019. That dollar amount reflects a 14.7% increase since 2015 and a 5.4% uptick from 2018 to 2019. Based on the average exchange rate for 2019, the Argentine peso depreciated by a massive -421.5% against the US dollar since 2015 and deteriorated

  • ASSEMBLY AGAIN SEEKS REPEAL OF EXTRATERRITORIAL MEASURES

    Nov 05, 1997· Press Release GA/9349 ASSEMBLY AGAIN SEEKS REPEAL OF EXTRATERRITORIAL MEASURES LIKE UNITED STATES HELMS-BURTON ACT AGAINST CUBA 19971105 Voting is 143-3-17; Cuba Says US Faces Growing Domestic

  • Trump Puts Tariffs on Brazil, Argentina, Citing Currencies

    Dec 02, 2019· Steel and aluminum tariffs were proposed globally in 2018 in a move that preceded the trade war on China. Argentina and Brazil quickly hammered

  • Trump′s China tariffs are about more than just trade

    The US and China have been locked in negotiations since Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, agreed to a ceasefire in their bitter trade war after the G20 summit in Argentina in December.

  • 3 things the G20 can do to save the World Trade

    Dec 15, 2020· First of all, trade ministers should urge China to refrain from escalating trade tensions by using further restrictive measures on trade and investment against the US. The uncontrolled consequences of these actions damage firms from third countries involved in global production and distribution chains.

  • Why Argentina’s Macri Switched Gears on China, Now His

    May 23, 2017· China has loaned Argentina over $15 billion since 2007, and that will increase to more than $27 billion this year, once the deal for two nuclear plants is finalized. The deal for the hydroelectric

  • U.S. companies lobby against China tech bans The

    Oct 12, 2020· As the Trump administration and lawmakers attempt to cut technology ties with China, they are facing powerful opponents — U.S. companies that say some of the measures

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  • China set to deepen Argentine trade ties with bid for

    China set to deepen Argentine trade ties with bid for grains ‘superhighway’ Chinese state-owned construction giant CCCC is preparing a bid to dredge Argentina’s Parana River, the country’s main cargo superhighway that takes soy and corn from the Pampas farm belt to the shipping lanes of the south Atlantic and the world, Reuters reports.

  • Do we have to choose? Argentina’s growing partnership with

    Jul 31, 2019· China made serious inroads under Argentina’s last president, the leftist Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. During her eight years in office, China approved over $15 billion in loans to the country, including high-profile projects such as the renovation of the Belgrano Railway and two hydroelectric dams in Patagonia.

  • IMF, World Bank urge countries to keep trade open amid

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group (WBG) have called on countries to keep trade open as the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic, warning that export controls on medical

  • Asia-Pacific Stratfor

    No longer able to fend off the United States' blows, and faced with the maturation of several U.S. punitive trade measures against it, China could respond in kind by slapping tariffs on U.S. exports, including on agricultural and chemical products; by challenging U.S. measures at the World Trade Organization (WTO); and by pressuring American

  • China urges Argentina to abide by WTO anti-dumping rules

    BEIJING The Ministry of Commerce urged Argentina on Wednesday to abide by World Trade Organization rules over anti-dumping investigations on five Chinese products. China is concerned by measures taken by Argentina against Chinese products, according to Wang Hejun, head with the trade remedy investigation department with the MOC.

  • Argentina Trade Tensions Escalate with Six New WTO Cases

    Such measures, the complainants argue, do not pursue any public policy aims justified under the WTO Agreement. Instead they are "aimed at advancing the Argentine Government's stated policies of re-industrialisation, import substitution, proliferation of non-tariff barriers, and elimination of trade

  • Are Chinese Investments In Argentina Destroying The

    May 30, 2015· China investment in Argentina is just getting started. In terms of trade, China has doubled in importance. It accounted for 3% of Argentina’s exports and

  • Argentina Trade Summary WITS Data

    Merchandise Trade summary statistics data for Argentina (ARG) including exports and imports, applied tariffs, top export and import by partner countries and top exported/imported product groups, along with development indicators from WDI such as GDP, GNI per capita, trade balance and trade

  • Argentina Trade Statistics WITS

    Argentina had a total export of 61,558,357.42 in thousands of US$ and total imports of 65,440,966.17 in thousands of US$ leading to a negative trade balance of -3,882,608.74 in thousands of US$ The Effectively Applied Tariff Weighted Average (customs duty) for Argentina is 7.42% and the Most Favored Nation (MFN) Weighted Average tariff is 12.41%.The trade growth is -3.19% compared to a world

  • World markets sink as Trump stokes fears of trade war

    Mar 23, 2018· China, however, is expected to face their full force when the measures come into force on Friday. At a news conference, Mr Trump confirmed additional sanctions against Beijing were being prepared for the alleged theft of US technology across a wide range of goods and services from software to fake Ralph Lauren polo shirts.

  • Argentina and China: the Soybean Trade and its Consequences

    Argentina and China: The Soybean Trade and Its Consequences . Allen Li . May 21, 2016 . I. Introduction Trade and investment between Argentina and China have grown dramatically in the last two decades, from less than $160 million in 1980 to $17 billion in 2012. The dramatic expansion

  • China Exports to Argentina 2014-2020 Data 2021-2022

    Exports to Argentina in China decreased to 679520 USD THO in September from 686082 USD THO in August of 2020. Exports to Argentina in China averaged 661587.35 USD THO from 2014 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 973214 USD THO in August of 2017 and a record low of 336774 USD THO in February of 2019. This page includes a chart with historical data for China Exports Argentina.