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Tobacco Plain Packaging - Australia wins landmark trade case

The World Trade Organization (WTO) yesterday issued a long-awaited ruling that Australia’s pioneering law requiring plain packaging for tobacco products does not violate international trade and intellectual property agreements.

Tobacco Plain Packaging  - Australia wins landmark  trade case
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Ultimate Goal of Bringing Iran to Its Knees: United States to Tighten the Screws on Iranian Oil Exports

The steady spread of tentacles of a potentially disastrous, global trade war has not deterred the United States from pursuing yet another risky move – tightening the screws on Iranian oil exports.

Ultimate Goal of Bringing Iran to Its Knees: United States to Tighten the Screws on Iranian Oil Exports
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Price of a rice food packet and a cup of tea reduced in line with reduction in gas prices

The All Island Canteen Owners Association says the price of a packet of rice and a cup of tea will be reduced in line with the reduction in gas prices.

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Cobra post Sting Reinforce Doubts About Media Fairness

It was, of course, expected that the major sections of the media will ignore the findings of a Cobrapost sting operation because it shows them in poor light as paddlers in prejudice and pelf. It has hardly been a secret that the media’s advocacy of honesty and fair play is, with few exceptions, a sham, rather a shame.

Cobra post Sting Reinforce Doubts About Media Fairness
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