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Anti-Tobacco Conference: China, India, Others May be Barred

Anti-Tobacco Conference: China, India, Others May be Barred

To avert compromised outcome, countries owning tobacco entities may be barred from participating in the 2016 anti-tobacco conference scheduled to hold in New Delhi, India. In a document, organizers called for support for the conference to “ensure the exclusion of representatives and officials from fully or partially state-owned tobacco industries, …

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This is how China’s New Silk Road Initiative could Impact European Trade

Much has been written about the Belt and Road initiative since Xi Jinping made it Beijing’s flagship initiative in September 2013. There are many interpretations of the initiative’s ultimate objectives, but one objective is clear. The belt and road scheme will bring huge improvements in regional and international connectivity through …

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Free Trade Regime with China: Economist Overviews

Georgia will export more than 95% of its goods and services to the world’s biggest market without additional taxes. Georgia and China have completed negotiations on free trade regime. More than 95% of Georgian goods and services will enter the Chinese market without additional taxes. Since China represents Georgia’s 4th …

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Dimitri Kumsishvili: Our Sales will Increase 5-6 times in China

After enactment of free trade regime between, Georgia expects wines exports to China to significantly increase. Georgian wine sales will increase 5-6 times thanks to free trade regime, Minister of Economy of Georgia Dimitri Kumsishvili noted. “In 2015 we sold more than 8 million USD wines. This year in January-August …

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Russia Prepares for Gas Divorce From Europe

Russia Prepares for Gas Divorce From Europe

Political tension with Europe and the increasing role of liquefied natural gas (LNG) has the world’s biggest supplier looking to increase exports to the Asia-Pacific region, according to Russia’s Federal Subsoil Resources Management Agency. “The crisis in relations between Russia and the West has already led to a reduction in …

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How to Build Environmental Protection into ‘New Silk Road’

How to Build Environmental Protection into ‘New Silk Road’

Jin Jiaman of GEI suggests ways to improve environmental protection in China’s overseas infrastructure projects after ‘green finance’ gets backing from G20 leaders. G20 leaders called for “green finance” policies to be “scaled up” at their Hangzhou summit this month, and for more work to be done on coordinating national …

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PMCG: Chinese Investments will Grow in Wine, Finance and Internet Sectors

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Georgia’s exports to China will increase by about 30% upon enforcement of the free trade regime wit China, Maia Grigolia, researcher for PMCG research organization, told the Business Morning program. “This is a very good indicator. Exports will particularly increase in the sector of wines and alcoholic beverages. According to …

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Georgia Launches Negotiations with Hong-Kong on Free Trade Agreement

Georgia plans to sign Free Trade Agreement with Hong-Kong after China. According to Ministry of Economy, first round of negotiations is already opened. The meeting is held in Hong-Kong. Georgia regards, that negotiations should be continued through 2 years. To remind, Georgia has finalized negotiations concerning the free trade agreement with …

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China Hits Record High M&A Investments In Western Firms

“The Chinese aren’t coming, they’re already here.” I’ve been told this repeatedly as I’ve traveled across Eurasia looking into Chinese investments along the New Silk Road. But it’s not just trans-continental highways and rail lines, industrial and special economic zones, and new cities that China is interested in pumping money …

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