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  • Hard cheese for Australian producers as they fear losing naming rights in EU trade talks

    Dairy and wine industries urge Canberra to hold the line in resisting restrictions on using terms feta and proseccoFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastAustralian dairy farmers and wine producers have urged the government not to make them a “scapegoat” in the final stages of trade negotiations with the European Union.The plea has been sparked by fears Australian producers could be blocked from using the names feta and prosecco as part of a free trade agreement that both sides hope to finalise by the middle of this year.Sign up for Guardian Australia’s free morning and afternoon email newsletters for your daily news roundup Continue reading...

  • British foods awaiting protected status in Japan despite Liz Truss promise

    Exclusive: three years after Truss boasted of securing status in trade deal, products such as Cornish pasties can still be copiedA host of famous British food types, including Cornish pasties, Welsh lamb and Melton Mowbray pork pies, have not been given formal protection from imitation in Japan nearly three years after Liz Truss boasted that they could be secured thanks to her “historic” trade deal.As trade secretary, Truss described the post-Brexit trade agreement signed with Japan in September 2020 as the UK’s first landmark deal as an independent trading nation, ensuring the same tariff arrangements as the country had enjoyed when in the EU. Continue reading...

  • Coalition says Anthony Albanese should not go to China until trade sanctions are lifted

    Simon Birmingham says ‘clarity should be there before the prime minister entertains a formal state visit to Beijing’Follow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastThe shadow minister for foreign affairs, Simon Birmingham, says Anthony Albanese should not visit Beijing until all trade sanctions have been lifted.Birmingham, a former trade minister in the Coalition government, said Australia “deserves to have absolute clarity that these sanctions are going to be lifted and that clarity should be there before the prime minister entertains a formal state visit to Beijing”. Continue reading...

  • Sunak to urge G7 support for collective action against ‘economic coercion’

    Leaders expected to form council that will discuss response if states such as Russia and China boycott trade for political reasonsThe UK and other G7 countries are planning collective action against Russia and China if they threaten trade boycotts for political reasons, announcing a new body to deal with “economic coercion”.Rishi Sunak will urge “bold and pragmatic collective action” against hostile states that stop trading with other countries when they disagree with their geopolitical decisions. Continue reading...

  • Ford, Vauxhall owner and JLR call for UK to renegotiate Brexit deal

    Carmakers call on Britain to change rules on batteries that they say threaten electric vehicle productionWhy are leading carmakers urging UK to overhaul Brexit deal?Comment: UK needs to switch on to the car crisisThree big global carmakers have called on the UK government to renegotiate the Brexit deal, saying rules on where parts are sourced from threaten the future of the British automotive industry.Ford and Jaguar Land Rover have joined Stellantis, which owns the Vauxhall, Peugeot and Citroën brands, to warn the transition to electric vehicles will be knocked off course unless the UK and EU delay stricter “rules of origin”, due to kick in next year, that could add tariffs on car exports. Continue reading...

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