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Cargo ship splits in two after running aground in Japanese port

A cargo ship broke into two pieces after running aground in a northern Japanese port and is spilling oil into the sea, Japan’s coast...

United target Adrien Rabiot, Roma keen on signing Rui Patricio

Rui Patricio could be swapping the Premier League for Serie A, as Roma prepare to make an approach for the Portuguese international according to...

Egyptian court adjourns Suez Canal blockage case so new offer can be considered

An Egyptian court adjourned until July 4 the case of a hulking cargo vessel that blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week earlier...

World Trade Organisation’s new director-general makes history

The new director-general of the World Trade Organisation — the first African and first woman to hold the post — has arrived at its...

France calls for global agreement as US freezes tariffs over tech tax

France’s government has breathed a sigh of relief after the US indefinitely delayed tariffs on French wine, cosmetics and other goods designed as retaliation...

Barnier laments ‘no progress’ after fourth round of post-Brexit trade talks

EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said there has been no real progress made in post-Brexit trade talks and accused the UK of backtracking on...

UK publishes draft EU free trade agreement in bid to break negotiation deadlock

The UK has published its terms for a free trade agreement with the European Union as it looks to ramp up pressure on Brussels...

Australia says it does not want trade war with China

Australia’s trade minister has said that his country does not want a trade war with China. China effectively ended imports of Australian barley by putting...

China barley tariff ‘deeply disappointing’ – Australian minister

Australia’s trade minister has described as “deeply disappointing” China’s decision to place tariffs of around 80% on Australian barley in a dispute linked to...

China suspends penalties on more US goods in trade truce

China has suspended punitive tariffs on more US goods including radar equipment for aviation amid pressure from President Donald Trump to buy more imports...

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