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· Another economic crisis and the cupboard appears bare →
Imagine how many Toyota Camry and Holden Caprice cars we would be exporting now at an exchange rate of around 65 cents.
· India initiates anti-dumping probe into imports of polyester yarn from 4 countries →
In international trade parlance, dumping happens when a country or a firm exports an item at a price lower than the price of that product in its domestic market.
The Wall Street Journal
· Geopolitical Power Play Over Coronavirus Vaccine Leaves Drugmakers in the Middle →
Pharmaceutical companies are bracing for export bans on future coronavirus vaccines and spreading production across different continents, on early signs of a high-stakes geopolitical scramble to secure supplies for a scientific breakthrough that could confer enormous economic and political power.
· Iran, US prisoners held by two sides →
- Behrooz Behroozian, a 64-year-old dual national, was sentenced to 20 months in October for exporting gas and oil pipeline parts to Iran in violation of sanctions.
· EUR/USD Volatility May Fall, Yet Bearish Trend Remains Intact →
This could put pressure on the euro longer term via exports of investment capital to favor the U.S. market.
· US TV host Jimmy Fallon apologises for past blackface skit →
The practice was accepted as mainstream US entertainment and became a cultural export.
· Coronavirus Australia latest: at a glance →
There has been continuing fallout over the Al Kuwait live export ship docked in Fremantle.
· Animal Spirits stuck at the same place as lockdown stall economic activity →
The New York Times
· Suspect Is Arrested in Anime Studio Fire in Japan That Killed 36 →
The attack shocked Japan with its targeting of a leading company in the animation genre, a symbol of the country’s culture and a major soft-power export.
· WA premier admits state was told of sick ship crew but criticises federal government email →
The Western Australian premier, Mark McGowan, has been forced to acknowledge that his state’s health department was notified of sick crew members on board a live export vessel before it docked in Fremantle, but remains critical of the federal Department of Agriculture for not “backing up” such a significant message with “at least a phone call”.