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How Will Election Impact Trade?

Renewable Fuels Association president and CEO Bob Dinneen had the challenge of talking about the U.S. presidential election to an international audience at Export Exchange 2016 this week in Detroit. “I know half of you are sick to death of the election and just want it over, and half of you are watching in somewhat bemused amazement wondering what is... Read More

Tackling the International Wildlife Trade Head-On

The first week of meetings for the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) has just concluded--and there has been pleasant progress so far! Straight away, Committee I tackled the global problem of trade in pangolins, about which I've written before. Show More Summary

Controversy Continues as Proposed IDPF/W3C Merger Comes to a Vote

The International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF), the trade and standards organization responsible for the EPUB standard for ebooks, on October 14 asked members to begin voting on a proposed merger with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the international organization that oversees standards for the web. Show More Summary

India May Offer $3.1 Billion Support For Solar Equipment Manufacturing

Originally published on CleanTechies. Unfazed by the unfavorable decision in an international trade dispute over subsidies for solar power projects using domestically manufactured equipment, the Indian government is looking to offer financial support to domestic manufacturers. Show More Summary

The Devil is in the Details: Why CETA is on the Verge of Collapse

The seeming collapse of the trade agreement between Canada and the European Union (CETA) has created obvious disappointment for International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland and the entire Canadian government, which made the deal as its top trade issue. Show More Summary

The Tories need to get it into their heads that marmalade and crisps won't save post-Brexit Britain

Twice this month, Prime Minister Theresa May's government has suggested that the key to Britain's economic future is to increase production of jam and marmalade. Her Department for International Trade was mocked for an October 3 tweet...Show More Summary

I Saw the Future of Sex Dolls and Butt Plugs at Germany's Largest Sex Convention

3 days agoNews : Vice News

With more than 20,000 visitors and 400 exhibitions, shops, and fetish performances, Berlin's VENUS International Erotic Trade Fair is one of the biggest events of its kind.

How to tell apart trade agreements that undermine democratic principles from those that don't

I discussed in an earlier post on Brexit how to think about international agreements and the constraints on state action they entail in terms of democratic legitimacy. Since that discussion has relevance beyond Brexit, I've pasted the relevant part here...

One Tiny Belgian Region Blocks International Trade Deal

4 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Wallonia, a French-speaking Belgian region with fewer than four million residents, is holding up Europe's free trade agreement with Canada.

CETA Talks Break Down: “It is Evident that the EU Is Incapable of Reaching an Agreement”

International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland has walked out of talks aimed at addressing Belgian opposition to the Canada-EU Trade Agreement, stating: I have personally worked very hard, but it is now evident to me, evident to Canada,...Show More Summary

Global Cooperation On Carbon Trading Could Reduce Climate Change Mitigation Costs By 32%

According to a new World Bank report released this week, increased global cooperation through carbon trading could reduce the cost of climate change mitigation by 32% by 2030. Released at an international carbon event held in Vietnam...Show More Summary

International Trade Tax Could Help Cut Carbon Emissions

4 days agoNews : Truthdig

By Adelia Hallett / Climate News Network Major trading countries are urged to make a big contribution to the battle against climate change by introducing a carbon tax on imports.

Looking Back at the Impacts of the Solar Trade War

Everyone in the solar industry remembers where they were when news broke that a group of solar manufacturers filed a petition with the U.S. Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission, demanding an investigation of what they considered to be unfair business practices within the Chinese solar industry. Show More Summary

Here's every state's biggest international trading partner

As we move into the final stages of the US presidential election, in which both Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton have questioned the merits of free trade agreements, it's worth taking a look at who...Show More Summary

How Cops From Four Countries Busted a Dark Web Drug Ring

When the dark web trade is international, law enforcement need to collaborate.

Nakilat Transitions LNG Fleet from Shell

Nakilat Shipping Qatar Limited (NSQL) signed an agreement with Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited (Shell) to begin the planned phased transition of the management of Nakilat’s LNG fleet from Shell to NSQL. Shell has provided…

Lions are better protected, but loopholes mean threats remain

Luke Hunter, University of KwaZulu-Natal Stronger measures to protect lions in Africa from commercial trade failed to pass at the recent meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Johannesburg. CITES...Show More Summary

All You Need To Know About Blockchain Technology

ICICI Bank recently made an announcement about the successful transactions it had executed in international trade finance and remittances by making use

Brian Mulroney hopes for a Republican Senate

Former PM Mulroney: 'If the Democrats retake control of the Senate... it will be a defeat for Canada in the area of international trade' The post Brian Mulroney hopes for a Republican Senate appeared first on

Six-Year Prison Sentence Against Teachers Union Leader Upheld After Pressure by Revolutionary Guards

Branch 36 of the Tehran Appeals Court has upheld the six-year prison sentence against Esmail Abdi, the chairman of the Iranian Teachers’ Trade Association, confirmed Abdi in an interview with the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran. Abdi said he believed the Appeals Court’s decision was influenced by several alleged violations added to the […]

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