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#Zakharova : On August 20, #Lavrov '>Serge #Lavrov  will meet with Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Promotion o #Malta  Carmelo Abela at the Russian Foreign Ministry.

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As the situation in Hong Kong worsens, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has drawn up contingency plans to evacuate Kiwis there if necessary.

H.E. Abdulla Al Saleh, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy for Foreign Trade affairs and H.E. Li Xuhang, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Dubai, discussed economic and trade cooperation between the two countries

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary : Hungary is aiding Georgia on several le... #economy  #MarketScreener 

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LOOK: Trade Secretary Ramoz Lopez and Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne sign the Summary of Discussion containing key highlights of the 8th France-Philippines Joint Economic Committee | @CMRamosINQ 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary : Strong economic relations with Turkey a... #economy  #MarketScreener 

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HE Juma Al Kait. Assistant Undersecretary of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economy, successfully took part in the 7th Economic Policy Dialogue Meeting in Washington, DC, which is currently chaired by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary : The construction of the Croatian liquid... #economy  #MarketScreener 

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HE Abdulla Al Saleh, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy for Foreign Trade Affairs, met with Mr. He Song, Deputy Director General, Dept.of Western Asian & African Affairs, Ministry of Commerce and Industry of China, in a joint meeting at the Ministry's headquarters in Dubai

Professions of the parents of the members of Hatari: - Iceland's Ambassdor to UK - Lawyer - Head of Ministry of Foreign Affairs Trade Division - Artist - Former Chair of Reykjavík Energy #ISL  #Eurovision 

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The Government of Jamaica has announced that its Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela will be temporarily closed with effect April 1. The move, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, is due to significant challe...

Existing trade agreements will be void if US imposes tariffs on Chinese goods, a spokesman of Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated on Thursday in response to the report of US President Trump preparing new tariffs for China.

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READ: Letter of Israeli CEO Mino Negrin to the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs boycotting the PH-Israel business forum organized by the PH Department of Trade and Industry | via #DuterteInIsrael 

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Read: Letter of Israeli CEO Mino Negrin to the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs boycotting the PH-Israel business forum organized by the PH Department of Trade and Industry | via

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Saudi Arabia Freezes All New Trade And Investment Transactions With Canada – Saudi Pressb Agency Saudi Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Recalls Its Canada Ambassador, Considers Canadian Ambassador Persona Non Grata - SPA

If U.S. rolls out new tariffs, all previous bilateral agreements on trade will not come into effect: Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Also NXP deal will likely be killed after all

Xi's special envoy, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He will visit the US from May 15 to 19 for trade talks, Lu Kang, spokesman of China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, announces at Monday’s daily briefing

China welcomes the visit of US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to negotiate the China-US trade issue, spokesperson for China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Wed

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China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson said on Friday that the country’s stance on #China- #US trade is unchanged as China does not want a trade war but is fully prepared to defend its interests.

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Correct: Trump Raises Trade Deficit With Abe at Meeting: Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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