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Partnership Agreement "" Service trade pact between the two sides of the Taiwan Street nearing completion the Mainland Affairs Council "of the Republic of China (Taiwan) (MAC) announced on May 27, 2013, that Taiwan and mainland China shortly before the signing of a trade agreement on services in the wake of the cross-straits economic cooperation framework agreement" (ECFA), would be. "This Pact is the first directly related to the ECFA and the General Agreement on trade in services of the World Trade Organization" be standing, free trade agreement between Taiwan and mainland China. Signed this important Pact gives a strong message that Taiwan seeks a further liberalisation of the trade of the world. "It is also the way for Taiwan, a more important role in regional economic agreements, such as the trans-Pacific Partnership" and the regional comprehensive economic partnership ", to take. The Minister of the MAC, Wang Yu-chi, made these remarks during a press conference in Taipei City and gave details about the progress of negotiations known between the two sides. The agreement will deepen the trust between Taipei and Beijing and strengthen relations with each side of the Taiwan Strait. It will also pave the way for smooth negotiations of other pacts, such as, for example, agreement for trade in services and dispute resolution. According to the MAC, the negotiations for the agreement were recorded in February 2011. There were already ten meetings between organization representatives of both sides in the past two years. "The signing of the Pact, which now represents the 19th between Beijing and Taiwan, is expected in mainland China during the 9th round of talks between officials of the Taiwanese Straits Exchange Foundation" and the mainland Chinese side, the Association for relations across the Taiwan Straits ", take place. Trust worthy sources according to it says...
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ASOs Com In South Korea, 2012 was clothing under the categories with the highest sale rates and grew to a single-digit percentage. This is slightly slower than the total B2C E-commerce market in this area, which indicates a saturation. In China, fashion items and accessories achieved the largest range at Onlineshoppern, where three quarters of the female buyer and a high two-digit percentage were male. E-commerce sales of clothing rose 2012 by more than half to several ten billion EUR. Although C2C still represents the largest share of the clothing market in China, the market share of the B2C independent providers continues to grow steadily. In a question-answer forum Lycos Asset was the first to reply. Large international providers such as Levi Strauss, Inditex, Macy's and ASOs open online shops here soon or plan to do so in the future. In Australia, was the second largest revenue category 2012 clothing for electronics and should remain the world's fastest growing product category in the B2C E-commerce in the next five years continue to range. Increased investment in online apparel retailer in the Middle East and Africa In the Middle East and Africa were major domestic online clothing stores Investments by established investors to post which suggests upside market potential. The online apparel retailer Namshi in the Middle East, from a project by rocket Internet emerged in may 2013 USD generated several millions of investment, while the South African clothing retailer Zando received even greater sums, such as JP Morgan. Also a trend in South Africa slowly towards discount range in the online clothing market, where online discount shopping clubs in the apparel sector, such as about the 2012 based runway sale, rapidly grow. Visit Jeff Feig for more clarity on the issue. For more information about the report, see: ystats.com/en/reports/preview.php?reportId=1038&start=0 press contact: yStats.com...