Trend Results : International Trade


Blog Post Results (1-20 of 4473)

FILTER RESULTS

Trump is waging a new kind of Cold War — and millions of jobs are on the front line

Donald Trump has all but reneged on his three most crucial campaign promises on trade. Considering how out of touch with modern norms of international commerce those were, that's a good thing. The president passed on naming China a currency...Show More Summary

EU slaps Google with massive fine for “anti-competitive behavior”

Currently doing a search for "good international trade lawyers" The post EU slaps Google with massive fine for “anti-competitive behavior” appeared first on Hot Air.

IBM landed a big win in the race to sell blockchain to Wall Street

IBM has been selected to build a new blockchain-based international trading system for a consortium of global banks, a major win for the tech giant in the race to sell blockchain to Wall Street. Deutsche Bank, HSBC, KBC, Natixis, Rabobank,...Show More Summary

Suniva Dispute Could Devastate US Solar Industry, Cutting Two-Thirds Of Expected Installations Through 2022

If the US Government and its International Trade Commission rules in favor of a recent trade dispute filed by Chinese-backed US solar PV manufacturer Suniva, then the country's solar industry would be immediately devastated, and could...Show More Summary

Shipping Industry Unites to Propose Ambitious CO2 Reduction Objectives to IMO

Four prominent international trade associations have banded together in issuing a joint proposal to the UN International Maritime Organization (IMO) concerning ambitious CO2 reductions by the international shipping sector, which is responsible...Show More Summary

US importers challenge the call for more steel trade restrictions

The American Institute for International Steel recently hosted a forum in Washington DC for those likely to be negatively impacted by steel import restrictions that could follow the government’s ongoing Section 232 investigation. They...Show More Summary

'The UK is unprepared to feed its own people'

LONDON – Brexit threatens the security of the UK's supply of fresh fruit and vegetables and will make healthy food more expensive, according to research house Euromonitor International. Leaving the European Union without a trade deal...Show More Summary

Arista Rising: Notches Another Win in Cisco Affair at ITC

Arista won another legal victory as the administrative law judge of the U.S. International Trade Commission found in a first pass at the matter that Arista's redesigned switches do not violate a cease and desist order that was imposed last year, contrary to claims by Cisco, which had sued Arista for patents infringement and then filed a subsequent complaint with the ITC.

CEFC Bags Bunker Licence for Zhoushan Free Trade Zone, China

CEFC China Energy was awarded a licence by Zhoushan Free Trade Zone for supply  marine bunker fuel off the east coast of China to vessels on international voyages, reports Reuters. The report quoted two CEFC officials saying that the license…

Banning Flippers? North Korea lashes out at trade sanctions

last weekNews : The Cutline

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea on Friday lashed out at international sanctions over its nuclear and missile programs, saying they are being used to block everything from frozen chicken to swimming flippers.

US Solar Industry Could Lose 88,000 Jobs If Government Rules In Suniva’s Favor

The US solar industry could lose a third of its workforce, or an estimated 88,000 jobs, if the US Government and the US International Trade Commission rules in favor of Suniva's request for a tariff and price floor US Solar IndustryShow More Summary

Banning Flippers? North Korea lashes out at trade sanctions

North Korea on Friday lashed out at international sanctions over its nuclear and missile programs, saying they are being used to block everything from frozen chicken to swimming flippers. In … Click to Continue »

The Naked Truth

The Naked Truth (St Louis) has a nice pair of torches I am blocked from commenting on the misleadingly-named Cultual Property Observer blog, run by a US-based lobbyist for the international dug-up antiquities trade. So under one post...Show More Summary

The Leading Nations and Sectors that are Shaping Global Trade

The scope of global business and international trade has seen optimistic improvements throughout recent years. Many analysts and companies are becoming increasingly confident regarding global trade and overseas opportunities. This confidence...Show More Summary

Zimfo Bytes

The National Farmers Union (NFU) is urging the Trump Administration to use the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to establish a new, fair trade framework for international trade deals that benefits family farmers, ranchers, and rural residents. Show More Summary

The Solar Power Market Is under Threat??from One of Its Own

Ike Brannon In April, the American solar manufacturer Suniva filed a petition under Section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974, asking the U.S. International Trade Commission for new tariffs on solar cells and the establishment of a minimum price for solar modules imported into the United States. Show More Summary

FeraDyne Wins Sweeping Ban on Imports of Rage® Broadhead Knock-Offs

SUPERIOR, Wis. (June 7, 2017) — FeraDyne Outdoors, LLC, announced today that the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has issued a powerful General Exclusion Order (GEO), protecting FeraDyne’s popular and innovative Rage line of broadheads from foreign patent and trademark infringers. Show More Summary

The Top 10 Highest Paid Jobs in the Netherlands

The Netherlands is globally known as an international hub of trade, commercial activity and a great place to live and work in. Situated next to...

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC