Modi-Obama meet: Chance to reinvigorate Indo-US ties?

President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meetings in Washington will give the two leaders a chance to reinvigorate an economic relationship that both see crucial to growth and security.

US, EU to hold second round of trade talks Nov 11-15

The United States and the European Union will hold a second round of trade talks this month to create a massive transatlantic free-trade zone, the two governments announced on Monday.

France calls for 2-week delay in US-EU trade talks

The French government wants major trade negotiations between the United States and the European Union suspended for two weeks amid anger over alleged US eavesdropping on European allies.

Taiwan, US trade talks by year-end: Report

Taiwan and the United States may resume trade talks at the end of the year after the island agreed to boost US beef imports, removing a key obstacle to renewed negotiations, local media said on Monday.

Doha trade talks resume in Geneva

Trade talks resumed in WTO headquarters at Geneva today, 10 days after 30 ministers broke the impasse on Doha negotiations, aimed at reaching a global pact for opening USD 32 trillion international commerce.

Are trade talks nearing conclusion? Not quite, says India

In what could dash the hopes of
WTO chief Pascal Lamy that the ongoing trade ministers`
meeting here would lead to successful culmination of global
trade talks, India on Thursday said the end was nowhere in sight.

WTO meet: Industry oppose to zero duty regime

Ahead of the informal WTO ministerial meeting, Indian industry strongly opposed a proposal of the developed countries that duty on specific sectors be eliminated under the sectoral initiative of the Doha Round of trade talks.