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Global value chains and the increasingly global nature of inflation

In the past two decades, international trade has been transformed by the rise of global value chains. This column suggests that the rise of global value chains can help resolve the puzzle of the increasingly global nature of domestic inflation. Show More Summary

How should a truly Global Britain seek to upgrade its trade relationships beyond the EU?

Outside the EU, Britain will need to determine its own international trade and commercial policy, setting its own tariffs and negotiating its own bilateral free trade agreements. Open Europe’s new Global Britain report has identified...Show More Summary

NAM Moves Forward a Positive Discussion on NAFTA

On April 26, NAM Vice President of International Economic Affairs Linda Dempsey participated on a Farm Foundation panel on the Future of the North American Free Trade Agreement at the...

A Guide to the Latest Solar Trade Dispute: How Suniva’s Petition Could Impact the US Solar Industry

America just took a step closer to another solar trade war. But not just with China. With the rest of the world. Today, Suniva filed a petition with U.S. International Trade Commission calling for new tariffs on solar cells and minimum...Show More Summary

Rabobank: Good global pork market in 3rd quarter

Prospects for international pork trade look good for the 3rd quarter of 2017. That message was released by Rabobank, an expert bank with regard to agricultural commodities.

IFPI Music Industry Revenue Report 2017 - Quick Take [Mark Mulligan]

International trade group, the IFPI, released its annual Global Music Report 2017 today. It's overview of developments in the recorded music sector including the rise in streaming and the industry’s priorities. Analyst Mark Mulligan offers a quick look at the numbers. ___________________________________________ By Mark Mulligan of MIDiA and The Music...

China, under pressure at WTO, suggests revamp of dumping rules

GENEVA (Reuters) - China has proposed tightening the rules on when countries can impose anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariffs, saying their use was rising and that such charges were often misused and distorted international trade.

Summit to focus on international visitors to New England

A tourism organization promoting New England to overseas visitors is hosting a three-day summit in New Hampshire. The Discover New England Summit is a travel trade event where New England … Click to Continue »

Global finance leaders grapple with globalization fears

Global finance leaders on Saturday dropped a sharp condemnation of trade protectionism and references to climate change from a closing statement that wrapped up the spring meetings of the 189-nation International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. Continue reading ? The post Global finance leaders grapple with globalization fears appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Lagarde can 'work with Trump'

Davos – International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde said on Thursday she believes the IMF can work successfully with the Trump administration to improve the global trading system. However, open trade must be preserved. Show More Summary

IMF's Lagarde: "concerned" about trade, urges "equitable" growth

Referring to the Trump administration’s inward-looking economic policies, Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, said Thursday the organization is “concerned” about trade and urged countries to refrain from adopting        

ASTA Pleased with New International Seed Standard

The American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) is pleased with the passage of a final International Standard for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) for Seed during the recent International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) in Korea. American...Show More Summary

Accenture Picks UM as Its Media Agency of Record Promoting Global Consulting Services

Most ad trade stories about Accenture concern the international consultancy's efforts to compete with "traditional" agencies by acquiring creative shops and offering more strategic services to clients. Today, however, the company named UM as its global media agency of record after a review to help promote its digital and mobile-first services to clients across industries...

Libya Revives Horrific Slave Trade as International Community Largely Remains Silent

Slavery only matters when we're talking about America a century and a half ago. The post Libya Revives Horrific Slave Trade as International Community Largely Remains Silent appeared first on RedState.

IBM: ‘Ugly’ Q1 Margins, Cloud Decline Have Even the Bulls Uneasy

Shares of International Business Machines (IBM) are down 5% in early trading, continuing last night’s losses, after the company yesterday reported Q1 revenue that missed expectations, but beat on the bottom line, and reiterated its outlook...Show More Summary

Britain is filling out its Brexit planning departments with people with little work experience

The Foreign Commonwealth Office helps the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) and Department for International Trade (DIT) in formulating Brexit plans. There has been a hiring freeze on civil servants since 2010. The government...Show More Summary

IBM Down 4%: Q1 Revenue Misses, EPS Beats, Affirms Year Profit View

International Business Machines (IBM) this afternoon reported Q1 revenue that missed exepctations, but beat on the bottom line, and reiterated its outlook for this year’s profit, sending its shares down almost 4% in late trading. Revenue in the three months ended in March rose to $18.2 billion, yielding EPS of $2.38, excluding some costs. Analysts […]

Wisconsin, New York governors ask Trump for help on milk

The governors of Wisconsin and New York are urging President Donald Trump to address what they are calling Canada's "blatant violation of international trade agreements" hurting dairy farmers in the … Click to Continue »

3 tips for how sales managers can use Office 365 to meet their goals

If you’re like Jenn Schaal, a busy sales manager for an international trade association, your day is filled with client connections, budgets to hit and leads to generate—on top of day-to-day fires to put out. Hitting the end goal—whether it’s a sales target or a client win—takes time and effort. Show More Summary

China defends N. Korea trade after its trucks haul missiles

China is defending its trade practices with North Korea after Chinese-made vehicles were seen carrying ballistic missiles during a military parade despite international sanctions against selling military hardware to Pyongyang. … Click to Continue »

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