International vessels have been trading in the Port of Charleston, S.C. for centuries. While Charleston is the sixth largest container port in the U.S., it is also home to Detyens Shipyards, Inc (DSI). In the past several years, DSI has seen…
The Q3 2017 tanker market is proving vexatious for owners still struggling with the effects of fleet oversupply. But in its latest monthly forecast, Maritime Strategies International (MSI) observes that changing trade patterns could help stabilize the market toward year-end and into 2018.
Labour's international trade spokesperson, Bill Esterson, ties himself in knots trying to explain party policy on Brexit and the Customs Union. The full interview is well worth a listen via the link below to Politics Home. https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/foreign-affairs/brexit/news/88265/watch-labour-shadow-minister-fails-five-times-set-out...Show More Summary
As the U.S. International Trade Commission holds its first public hearing on the Suniva and SolarWorld trade case today, many solar stakeholders are already thinking ahead to the fall -- and about President Trump. To be sure, the ITC holds a lot of sway in this case. Show More Summary
Hearings for the much-hyped and controversial Section 201 trade case filed with the US International Trade Committee by Suniva and SolarWorld began this week, further raising fears that if Donald Trump is brought into the equation, the...Show More Summary
China criticized President Donald Trump's order for a possible U.S. trade investigation of Beijing's technology policies as a violation of global rules.
The federal International Trade Commission will hold a hearing Tuesday on whether solar imports from China are causing “substantial damage” to domestic solar companies. The ITC’s determination — and President Donald Trump’s subsequent actions — could be a massive blow to the industry, which has seen double-digit annual market growth over the past decade and […]
There are 45 active entries on the federal lobbyist registry for NAFTA specifically, and nearly 1,500 that include international trade. The post As Ottawa lobbies U.S. on NAFTA, industry associations lobby Ottawa appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Trump advisers said the president on Monday plans to sign an executive memorandum, which is a step below an executive order, directing trade officials to investigate China's "acts, policies or practices" that violate international protections...Show More Summary
Ads by Project Wonderful! Your ad could be here, right now. Rex Morgan, M.D., 8/13/17 Oh my God, somehow I just now remembered that June and Rex’s pal/former household employee Heather is agonizing over the fact that her agèd, Alzheimer’s-afflicted millionaire husband is in no shape to father the baby she’s always wanted! When last […]
LONDON — Chancellor Philip Hammond and International Trade Secretary Liam Fox have attempted to quell any accusations of a divide within the government over the UK's approach to Brexit. Writing in a joint article in the Sunday Telegraph,...Show More Summary
British antiquities experts are calling for an international body to investigate and repatriate stolen artefacts to counter the looting and sale of antiquities from the Middle East (Bel Trew, Antiquities experts call for war on Isis looting in Syria and Iraq, Times August 12 2017). Show More Summary
Regional operators and even smaller "normal" airlines in the US are facing challenges on multiple fronts. Chapter 11 and fights over international trade policy are just part of the resulting fun.
Let’s be clear: the Section 201 trade case now under consideration at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is about jobs, plain and simple. If the petitioners get what they want, tens of thousands of American solar workers will...Show More Summary
Qualcomm announced that the U.S. International Trade Commission has started an investigation against Apple, following the modem company's complaint that Apple was infringing on up to six of its patents.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has announced it is investigating Qualcomm’s claims that Apple devices violate its patents, the latest front in Apple’s ongoing legal war with the chipmaker. Qualcomm asked the ITC to ban imports of iPhones into the U.S. Show More Summary
The US International Trade Commission has agreed to investigate Qualcomm's patent infringement suit against Apple, which could bar the importation, sales, and marketing of the iPhone in the US.
The US International Trade Commission on Tuesday said it will look into Qualcomm's complaint that Apple is violating its patents in some iPhones.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has announced it’s launching an official investigation into claims that some of Apple Inc.’s iPhone and iPad devices infringe on technology patents held by Qualcomm Inc. The ITC said its begunShow More Summary
Announced on the main stream for this year's International, Valve's all-conquering MOBA will get its very own trading card game from next year. More »