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Full, permanent Internet access tax ban approved

The legislative merging of international manufacturing and the Internet is complete. The Senate this afternoon finally approved H.R. 644, the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015, which the House handily passed last December. Show More Summary

International business cycle transmission: Firm-level evidence

The business cycles of countries with greater bilateral trade and multinational production linkages are more closely correlated. But the meaning of this empirical relationship is not well understood. Some contend that these linkagesShow More Summary

Why The New Hampshire Primary Was A Victory For Populism

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New Hampshire’s famously independent voters on Tuesday embraced presidential candidates in both parties with antagonistic views toward international trade agreements, social insurance cuts and money in politics, dealing a blow to the traditional preferences of the bipartisan donor class. To be clear, Donald Trump and Sen. Show More Summary

Moscow-Tehran Cooperation Shows Need for Long-Term Strategic Ties

Current level of cooperation between Moscow and Tehran provides for deeper long-term and strategic relations between the two counties, Iran's acting deputy oil minister responsible for commerce and international trade said on Wednes...

The Exotic Pet Trade: Horrific Global Animal Abuse and an Assault on Sentience

The exotic pet trade is an international enterprise that is responsible for unimaginable, inexcusable,and unforgivable pain, suffering and death. It is a topic of great interest to anthrozoologists, conservation psychologists, conservation...Show More Summary

Britain’s Financial Machine Mostly Leery of an E.U. Exit

London is a hub of international trading, and most banking executives say that they would have much to lose from a so-called Brexit. But some see benefits.

Can the WTO Take a Lesson from the Paris Climate Playbook?

Climate negotiators have looked longingly at how the World Trade Organization (WTO) was able to negotiate effective international agreements. But ironically, the Paris climate talks and the WTO negotiations, which were set to take place the following week in Nairobi, lead to the opposite conclusion. read more

Cigarettes: Burning a Hole in Greek Government's Pocket

One of the world's leading international tobacco companies has called out Greece for its illegal cigarette trade, accusing it of denying the state thousands of euros in potential revenue. Meanwhile, a leading academic in public health tells Sputnik the tobacco industry has been found to benefit from the illicit trade.

3 Ways That The Blockchain Will Change The Real Estate Market

Experts have suggested a number of niche industries that will be made more secure by the untamperable data record provided by blockchain technology — including international art dealing, pharmaceuticals and international trade of high-value goods — but to date, very little attention has been given to the potential effects on the real estate market. Read More

We Think They Should Legalize the Trade of Rhino Horn Hunting Guides and Outfitters - Outdoors International - Your source for tested and proven hunting guides and outfitters around the world Legalize the Sale o Rhino Horn I think that we should legalize the trade of rhino horn in order to save them, and here's why. Show More Summary

Secret TPP Talks Spur Global Action: Find an Event Near You

An international series of events breaks out in response to the trade deal. Activists around the world have kicked off a series of protests over the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal in New Zealand. The TPP encompasses 12 Pacific Rim nations, including the United States, and 40 percent of the world’s economy. Show More Summary

WTO Should Referee Disputes Over Data Flows Across National Borders

The World Trade Organization offers a readily available mechanism to resolve disputes between the US and other nations over attempts to police the Internet across international borders, according to a joint report by Chatham House and Global Commission on Internet Governance.

Feds studying economic impacts of Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal

OTTAWA – The federal government is studying the potential economic impacts of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership, Canada’s international trade minister confirmed Wednesday. Chrystia Freeland was in New Zealand on Wednesday… The post Feds studying economic impacts of Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal appeared first on

An international court has handed Cisco an early victory in its lawsuit against hated rival Arista

On Tuesday, Cisco received a dollop of satisfaction in its ongoing lawsuit against hated upstart Arista Networks. The International Trade Commission (ITC) issued its first ruling in two investigations into whether Arista's products are...Show More Summary

Cisco, Arista Both Rise After Cisco Wins a Round on Patents

Shares of Cisco Systems (CSCO) are up a penny at $22.84 in late trading after it was announced this afternoon that the company won an administrative law judge’s ruling at the International Trade Commision regarding Cisco’s patent infringement case against Arista Networks (ANET), part of a bundle of actions the company has brought against its smaller rival. Arista stock was […]

How to Stop the Terrorist Oil Trade Once and For All

According to Russian energy investment analyst Eldar Kasaev, in addition to simply blowing up terrorist oil convoys or blocking their path across the Syrian-Turkish border, there are four crucial international legal mechanisms which, if adopted, would be able to halt the sale of stolen oil once and for all.

Iran Could Play More Prominent Role in Trade With Russia

Alexei Pushkov, the head of the foreign affairs committee of the lower house of the Russian parliament, said that the lifting of international sanctions against Iran provides an opportunity for the strengthening of economic and commercial ties between Moscow and Tehran.

Hezbollah Crime Suspects Seized in Multinational Crackdown - US Drug Agency

US and European law enforcement have disrupted a massive international drug trade and money laundering operation run by Hezbollah, the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) said in a news release.

SMM Hamburg Opens the Door for Iran

For the first time after the end of the trade sanctions, Iran will be represented by a national pavilion at international maritime trade fair SMM Hamburg.   “An

Trade Between Russia, India Could 'Easily' Reach $30Bln by 2025

The goal of Russian-Indian trade reaching $30 billion by 2025 is attainable, the director of international projects at the Russian Export Center (REC) told Sputnik Monday.

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