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TPP failure: Can Vietnam become Russia’s window to Asia?

  • 1 Feb 11:10

TPP failure: Can Vietnam become Russia’s window to Asia? Being the only Asian country to have signed a free trade agreement with the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), Vietnam has the potential to become Russia's window to Asian markets, but experts urge Moscow to first focus on the quality of its manufactured products, and after-sales service. Russian truck producer Kamaz is ready to use the EAEU-Vietnam FTA to enter Asian markets. Source: kamazmaster.ru When U.S. President Donald Trump recently fulfilled his pre-election campaign promise bysigningan order to withdraw the country from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), some Russian experts saw it as achance for Russiato speed up its economic integration. Read more...

Will the Trans-Pacific Partnership rally cattle markets?

  • 10 Feb 10:22

Will the Trans-Pacific Partnership rally cattle markets? Trade has been top of mind for beef producers this past year as export volumes dropped and cattle prices have fallen. A rally could be around the corner with the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) being signed by 12 member countries on Thursday. The trade agreement might be one of the biggest opportunities to turn-around a sliding cattle market. “When you look at the downward pressure we’ve had in the markets over the tail end of 2015 and now into 2016, we’re trying to find all the value we can,” says Colin Woodall, vice president of government relations with the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA). Exports and offal took a $200/head. Read more...

International Farming Organisations United on Trans-Pacific Partnership

  • 26 May 12:33

International Farming Organisations United on Trans-Pacific Partnership As Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) nations meet this week in Guam to continue negotiations, agri-food producer and processor organisations from around the world have united to call for a trade agreement to improve market access for agricultural products. The organisations advocating for an ambitious, fair and comprehensive TPP agreement are the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance, the American Farm Bureau Federation, the Australian National Farmers’ Federation, and the Federated Farmers of New Zealand. Together, they represent hundreds of thousands of farmers, producers, processors and exporters who, in turn, employ millions of workers across. Read more...