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WTO clinches first global trade deal

The World Trade Organization adopted the first worldwide trade reform in its history. ||| Geneva - The World Trade Organization adopted the first worldwide trade reform in its history on Thursday, after years of stalemate, months of deadlock and a final day's delay following an eleventh-hour objection. Show More Summary

Atlanta Braves' Best Free-Agency Backup Plans If They Miss on Top Targets

The Atlanta Braves have generally focused more on trades and building from within the organization over recent years. However, with the Braves trading Jason Heyward and actively shopping Justin Upton, they could open up some payrollShow More Summary

WTO Clinches First Global Trade Deal In Its History

GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Trade Organization adopted the first worldwide trade reform in its history on Thursday, after years of stalemate, months of deadlock and a final day's delay following an eleventh-hour objection. The agreement means the WTO will introduce new standards for customs checks and border procedures. Show More Summary

Reports of Tetanus Vaccine Sterilizing Kenya Women Proven False

The report rocketed around the Internet, trading in equal parts outrage and glee—outrage that the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF might be spiking tetanus shots of poor African women with a sterilizing vaccine, glee that they’d been caught. Show More Summary

India tosses out the WTO's agricultural subsidy disciplines

Daniel R. Pearson The World Trade Organization (WTO) seems on the verge of approving an agreement with India to allow the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) to move forward. The TFA is to be applauded. It will make a useful contribution...Show More Summary

Vilsack: No Regulatory Fix for COOL

Last weekend, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack told the 2014 National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB) convention that there is no regulatory fix for country-of-origin labeling (COOL). After the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) ruling in favor of Canada and Mexico in an ongoing dispute with the U.S. over COOL, a team at the Department of... Continue Reading

SEC approves rules on stock exchange technology

The Commission voted to adopt rules on Regulation Systems Compliance and Integrity, which requires self-regulatory organizations, securities exchanges, registered clearing agencies and significant alternative trading systems, to establish policies and procedures to help ensure that systems have capacity, integrity and resiliency.... Show More Summary

Justin Upton Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz, Speculation Surrounding Braves of

The Atlanta Braves made a blockbuster trade when they sent Jason Heyward to the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday, and the organization is now also reportedly fielding trade offers for power-hitting outfielder Justin Upton. According toShow More Summary

Kyle Jensen to Dodgers: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

The Los Angeles Dodgers executed a trade Monday to bring in coveted minor league prospect Kyle Jensen from the Miami Marlins organization. Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reported the news: The Marlins would later confirm the...Show More Summary

Ideal Trade Scenarios for New York Yankees to Focus on Pulling off This Winter

The MLB offseason has started busier than expected, as multiple organizations have already made moves large enough to change the landscape of their 2015 seasons. The New York Yankees have been mostly inactive, though, as their lone move to acquire Justin Wilson for Francisco Cervelli helped shore up the bullpen. Show More Summary

Hawaii Transportation Association (HTA)

The Hawaii Transportation Association (HTA), founded in 1938 and incorporated in 1963, is a private, non-profit trade organization dedicated to the service and assistance to the ground transportation industry in the state of Hawaii.

What Berlin (and Brussels) can teach Cairo and Washington

What do the Fall of the Berlin Wall and the biggest US trade mission to Egypt have in common? Apparently nothing, in reality quite a lot. The NYT has recently criticized the State Department for organizing the largest trade mission to Egypt while the local government was cracking its citizens' liberties. Show More Summary

Organic produce sales show no sign of slowing

The surge in the organic segment isn’t slowing. U.S. organic food sales in 2013 hit $32.3 billion, according to the Organic Trade Association, Brattleboro, Vt. Organic food now accounts for 4% of the $760 billion annual food sales in the U.S.

Organic produce sales show no sign of slowing

The surge in the organic segment isn’t slowing. U.S. organic food sales in 2013 hit $32.3 billion, according to the Organic Trade Association, Brattleboro, Vt. Organic food now accounts for 4% of the $760 billion annual food sales in the U.S.

U.S. and China Strike Trade Deal

Path now smoothed for the first major tariff-slashing initiative at the World Trade Organization in nearly 20 years

Prototype device diagnoses prostate cancer in minutes

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

European research organization Fraunhofer is set to present a prototype device for quickly diagnosing prostate cancer at the COMPAMED trade fair in Düsseldorf next week. Its creators claim that it can reliably determine whether changed...Show More Summary

Statement from the Travel and Transport Task Force on Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa

Leading international organizations and associations from the transport, trade and tourism sector stand firmly with WHO against general bans on travel and trade, as well as restrictions that include general quarantine of travellers from...Show More Summary

Hide Ya Kids: Child Sex Trafficking Organization Says 100,000 American Children Are Sold Off Every Year [Video]

Who’s gonna save our children? Sex Trafficking Nonprofit Says 100,000 U.S. Kids Per Year Are Sold To Sex Trade Via HuffingtonPost Selling children into sex trafficking may seem like a remote issue, something that happens in far-off places where kids

Brazil’s Taxes Going from Bad to Worst

The European Union (EU) has requested that the World Trade Organization (WTO) establish a panel to review Brazil’s discriminatory taxes. Brazil has a series of tax exemptions for domestic firms and customs duties on imports that increase the price of EU goods by up to 80 percent in Brazil. Show More Summary

Chicago Cubs Offseason Tracker: Hottest Free Agency News, Trade Rumors

The Chicago Cubs have been rebuilding for years, and this offseason may be the time that the organization decides to make a run at getting back to the postseason. Although the Cubs finished in last place in the National League Central, they showed some promising signs in the second half of the season. Show More Summary

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