LONDON, Feb 8- Members of troubled European industries including steel and aluminium will descend on Brussels in their thousands next Monday to protest against proposed measures to give China greater access to EU markets, and call for action on subsidised Chinese imports. Industrial sector representatives fear millions more jobs will be at risk if Brussels...» Read More
Japan's exports rose at their fastest pace in eight months in October, an encouraging sign that global demand is picking up.
October's trade figures are "very good" and will likely persist as Japanese exporters expand into other parts of Asia, says Martin Schulz, Senior Economist at Fujitsu Research Institute.
A new free trade agreement may give companies from South Korea a serious leg up—in China.
With the global economy slowing, countries around the world are looking for ways to ease trade barriers and spur growth.
Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist, Australia & New Zealand at HSBC, says Australia's new trade deal will compete with New Zealand's dairy and agricultural exports to China.
A trade deal signed with great fanfare between China and Australia may not provide Australia with the economic boost that many anticipate.
China and Australia will on Monday sign a landmark free trade deal more than a decade in the making, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said.
Negotiations over a free trade deal between China and Australia have concluded. The country's trade ministers will sign the treaty late Monday. CNBC's Matthew Taylor has more.
Roberto Azevêdo, director-general at WTO, talks about the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and how he hopes the "challenges" between countries will be "overcome".
Roberto Azevêdo, director general of the World Trade Organization, says there is a "brighter picture" for world trade after a key agreement between the U.S. and India was struck on Thursday.
Aaron Connelly, Research Fellow at the Lowy Institute, explains why it has been a productive week as world leaders converge for the APEC, East Asia Summit and the G-20 Summit this week.
Businesses are complaining about Beijing's use of non-tariff barriers from customs clearance to quality restrictions to curb raw material imports.
Chinese leaders use economic nationalism at home in order to gain support and get the leeway they need to cut deals with trade partners, Robert Hormats said.
Apart from Myanmar's reform progress, U.S. President Barack Obama will also focus on Southeast Asia when he attends the East Asia Summit this week, says Curtis Chin, Asia Fellow at the Milken Institute.
John Frisbie, President of the U.S.-China Business Council, explains why the U.S. and China need to make the bilateral investment treaty their top priority.
China and South Korea have reached an agreement on a free trade deal but the new pact has ignited strong reactions within South Korea. CNBC's June Yoon explains.
Kerry Brown, Executive Director of China Studies Center, University of Sydney, says the Australian Prime Minister should focus on the country's trade talks with China at the APEC summit.
While weakness in South Korea's exports may get laid at the feet of the weak yen, the real cause is likely further afield, Capital Economics said.
Myron Brilliant, EVP, International Affairs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, discusses the potential for progress in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal and explains why the China-led FTAAP isn't a competing trade pact.
Tony Nash, Vice President at Delta Economics, discusses news that China and South Korea have reached a free trade agreement early Monday morning and explains what that means for the TPP.