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Seattle Mariners Trade Rumors: Austin Jackson Traded To Chicago Cubs

Seattle Mariners trade rumors reveal that Austin Jackson has been dealt to the Chicago Cubs. These Mariners trade rumors indicate that the team will receive a player to be named later and additional international pool money. A report from MLB analyst Ryan Divish confirms that the deal has just taken place. Show More Summary

30 Deals to Be Tabled During Putin’s September Visit to Beijing

Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to discuss trade and economic cooperation, and international issues with his Chinese partners during his visit to Beijing on September 2-3, according to the president’s aide Yuri Ushakov.

Microsoft Squashes Effort to Ban Phone Imports

The U.S. International Trade Commission declined to block the import of Microsoft devices.

My International Trade reading list for Fall 2015

This is quite long, so it goes under the fold…class starts tomorrow night! Books: Jacob Viner, Studies in the Theory of International Trade (on-line, optional). All videos can be found on MRUniversity.com, if not in the international trade section than in the development economics class or a few on Mexico in the Mexico class.  In general I recommend […]

G20 falling behind growth target

International trade union movement says richest nations are not meeting growth pledges.

Gold Standard Marks Its Unlikeliest Return With Islamic State

The terrorist group known as ‘Islamic State’ claims to have launched a precious metals-based ‘currency’ and oil-for-gold trading practices in order to undermine the dollar’s dominance in international trade.

Microsoft prevails over an 8-year-old attempt to block its phone sales

Remember the heady days of August 2007, when the iPhone had barely reached store shelves and the Nokia N95 was all the rage? The US International Trade Commission sure does. After reviewing an 8-year-long case, the ITC has ruled that Nokia's phones (now Microsoft's) don't infringe on InterDigital patents covering 3G cellular technology. Show More Summary

Microsoft Avoids Import Ban in InterDigital Case

Microsoft escaped what could have been a harmful ban on its devices as the U.S. International Trade Commission decided not to block the import of Microsoft's smartphones into the U.S. Microsoft lost a patent case against InterDigital in April when it was found to be infringing on two patents. Show More Summary

Microsoft's Lumia smartphones avoid US import ban in ongoing patent dispute

Microsoft's smartphones can continued to be imported and sold in the US, according to a ruling this week by the U.S. International Trade Commission. Their decision overturned a previous ruling by a judge in April, who stated Microsoft had violated two patents owned by InterDigital.

Microsoft narrowly avoid smartphone import ban in USA

Just as Microsoft must be gearing up for the launch of the Microsoft Cityman and Talkman in USA the company managed to overturn a looming import ban on its smartphone hardware. Yesterday the U.S. International Trade Commission declined to block the import of Microsoft’s handsets after an earlier April ruling by a trade judge had […]

U.S. International Trade Commission clears Microsoft of patent infringement

By Andrew Chung NEW YORK (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp avoided a potentially costly setback to its mobile phone business on Friday as the U.S. International Trade Commission declined to block the import of its devices in a longstanding patent dispute. The decision rejected a ruling in April by a U.S. trade judge who found that […]

Virginia shootings revive gun myths

Bernie Sanders' record skews way to the left on one issue after another: health care, taxes, campaign finance, international trade, abortion and the Iraq war. Gun control? Not so much.

Visualized: Global Trade As A Frenzy Of Color-Coded Pixels

Harvard researchers built an interactive infographic to unpack international exports. There's a rule of thumb that to have a healthy diet, you should eat the rainbow—meaning fruits and veggies of all colors. A similar notion could be applied to a country's economic health. Show More Summary

The TPP is still alive and Australia will likely sign

A month ago, international trade was in the headlines. President Obama had just obtained Trade Promotion Authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and in Australia, the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) was signed. Show More Summary

A Journalist Used an Artificial Tusk to Track the Illegal Ivory Trade

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Tracking the movement of ivory through the nebulous, international black market is extraordinarily difficult. But we need to start doing a better job of it if we want to stamp out the illegal trade that claims 100 elephant lives every day. One journalist’s solution? Build the world’s most convincing fake tusk, and stick a tracking device inside. Read more...

Arms treaty conference agrees decisions by majority in Mexico

CANCUN, Mexico (Reuters) - Countries behind a treaty to regulate the international arms trade have agreed future decisions will be made by majority vote, avoiding the risk of veto, and picked Geneva as the seat of the body to police the accord, Mexico's government said on Wednesday.

Will China's Currency Devaluation Spark An International Trade War?

The recent currency devaluation in China comes at a bad time since the volume of global trade has been in declined. Psychologists tell us that people react more strongly to losses than they do to gains, so China’s aggressive devaluation is not surprising, given the way their exports have fallen. [...]

China Stocks Plunge Again In U.S. Overnight; Baidu Nears Two-Year Low

China stocks traded in the U.S. were battered anew overnight by investors worried about the mainland’s growth prospects and international capital and currency market trends. Overall, the Dow lost 3.6% and the Nasdaq fell 3.8%. Yesterday, Shanghai’s benchmark index dropped 8.5% on what's become known here as "Black Monday,"  bringing its losses since [...]

Floored: The True Cost of Unenforced Trade Deals

For decades, crews of illegal loggers have traveled deep into Peru's Amazon rainforest, cutting valuable hardwoods for sale on the international market while threatening indigenous communities, our environment, and the climate. Rampant...Show More Summary

Floored: The True Cost of Unenforced Trade Deals

Co-authored by Ilana Solomon, director of the Sierra Club's Responsible Trade Program. For decades, crews of illegal loggers have traveled deep into Peru's Amazon rainforest, cutting valuable hardwoods for sale on the international market while threatening indigenous communities, our environment, and the climate. Show More Summary

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