Mexico’s biggest travel trade show kicked off yesterday in Acapulco, where organizers are hoping to inject new energy into the destination’s tourist industry. But the start was not an auspicious FULL STORY The post Acapulco welcomes the tourist industry appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The Archery Trade Association (ATA) has announced the results of its recent election for the organization’s Board of Directors. Teresa Williams, the Vice President of Operations for 3Rivers Archery, was elected to the Board of Directors following an unprecedented tie in votes, and a run-off election against Jimmy Primos of Primos Hunting Calls. Show More Summary
Several more major brands have pulled their advertising from YouTube following the discovery last month that campaigns were running against extremist videos on the platform from the likes of David Duke and others encouraging terrorism...Show More Summary
Seoul - South Korea has complained to he World Trade Organization about Chinese retaliation against South Korean companies over the deployment of a US anti-missile defence system in the South, the trade minister said on Monday. South...Show More Summary
Five frozen tigers have been discovered in a Vietnamese man's freezer with their organs removed, according to official reports Tuesday, in a country seen as a global hub for the illegal wildlife trade. Tiger organs and bones are used...Show More Summary
No delegates from Africa attended a summit on African trade after the visas of planned speakers and attendees were not issued ahead of the conference, VOA reported last week. The organizer of the African Global Economic & Development...Show More Summary
Jay McAninch, president and CEO of the Archery Trade Association, announced this week that 2017 will be his last full year in his current role as head of the ATA. The organization’s Board of Directors, headed by its Executive Committee,...Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's trade minister said on Monday Seoul had complained to the World Trade Organization (WTO) about China's retaliation against South Korean companies over the deployment of a U.S. anti-missile defense system in the South.
Germany's economy minister says her country may sue the United States before the World Trade Organization if President Donald Trump goes ahead with a planned 'border tax' on imported goods. … Click to Continue »
Organized crime began diversifying from the drug trade several years ago, but in the state of Tamaulipas that diversification has taken a new focus: criminals are now targeting the importation of vehicles and FULL STORY The post Cartels turn to imports of vehicles, machinery appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
New Zealand’s bees are being stolen and traded by organized crime syndicates seeking to profit from skyrocketing honey prices, police and beekeepers said on Tuesday, proving that bees make money. “It doesn’t matter if it’s beekeeping or meth, this is just the new gold rush,” Laurence Burkin, apiarist manager at The True Honey Co in...
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's bees are being stolen and traded by organized crime syndicates seeking to profit from skyrocketing honey prices, police and beekeepers said on Tuesday, proving that bees make money.
Want to know the surreal backstory of the organized crime and post-Soviet blackmarket weapons trade background of one of President Trump's top business associates? Listen to Episode #14 of The Josh Marshall Show. Listen right here.
The Houston Texans organization and fans weren’t the only ones who were excited about QB Brock Osweiler being traded away on Thursday. The Houston Police Officers’ Union took to Twitter and the trolled the Cleveland Browns right after Brock was sent packing: Anyone from the @Browns needs to file report for what the @HoustonTexans […]
Click here for reuse options! The WTO treats the United States like a punching bag. This month is the one-year anniversary of Alcoa closing the largest aluminum smelter in the United States: the Warrick in Indiana. More than 325 workers...Show More Summary
Yesterday, John Bolton had an op-ed in the WSJ criticizing the dispute settlement process used at the World Trade Organization. He argued that this process “is often criticized for failing to deter violations of the WTO’s substantive...Show More Summary
With steel industry lawyers and executives populating key trade policy positions in the Trump administration, we are witnessing the return of an old, rusty narrative that portrays the World Trade Organization as unaccountable global government intent on running roughshod over U.S. Show More Summary
By Daewoung Kim and Hyunjoo Jin SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea will consider filing a complaint against China to the World Trade Organization over what it described as trade retaliation for the deployment of a U.S. anti-missile system outside of Seoul, the ruling party said on Tuesday. Show More Summary
What happens if the United States decides to bypass the World Trade Organization dispute settlement system — and crack down unilaterally when it thinks other countries are trading unfairly? Here’s the immediate problem: History shows that the U.S. has had more success getting trade concessions through multilateral channels. The Trump administration’s March 1 trade […]
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's government will consider filing a complaint to the World Trade Organization against what they described as China's trade retaliation after Seoul agreed to deploy a U.S. anti-missile system, the ruling party said on Tuesday.