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Music Modernization Act 2018: We Can And Must Do Better [OP-ED]

The Music Modernization Act currently before Congress has the support of almost every major music trade organization. But that does not mean iti s not without problems, as Phil Galdston and David Wolfert of the 3300 member songwriters group Music Answers point out in the op-ed. ___________________________ By Phil Galdston...

Japan wins WTO dispute over Fukushima-related food

3 weeks agoHealth : Reuters: Health

TOKYO/SEOUL (Reuters) - The World Trade Organization largely upheld a Japanese complaint against South Korean import bans and additional testing requirements imposed on Japanese seafood because of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster...

Universal Display Drops 13% as 2018 View Misses Consensus

Shares of organic light-emitting diode technology maker Universal Display (OLED) are down $19.85, or almost 13%, at $135.05, in late trading, after the company this afternoon reported Q4 results that topped analysts’ expectations, but missed by a wide margin with its year outlook. Show More Summary

Children’s Charity Formerly Supported By Meghan Markle Admits To Trading Aid For Sex, Reports ‘Daily Mail’

World Vision, which was previously linked to Prince Harry’s future wife, Meghan Markle, functions mainly as a children’s charity. The organization recently admitted that some of its former aid workers had been charged with trading food...Show More Summary

Leadership change at top theme park industry group

By Robert Niles: The world's leading trade organization for the theme park industry announced today that its president and CEO is stepping down to take an executive leadership position elsewhere in the industry. Paul Noland has led IAAPA since 2013, following leadership roles with Mariott and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. Show More Summary

WTO Outlook Indicator: Global Trade Growth to Stay Above-Trend

By Tom Miles GENEVA, Feb 12 (Reuters) – Global trade in goods will continue growing above trend during the second quarter, the World Trade Organization’s quarterly outlook indicator showed on Monday. The indicator, a composite published since the third quarter of 2016, showed a reading of 102.3, compared to 102.2 last November. Show More Summary

China Demands United States Provide Compensation For Solar & Washing Machine Tariffs

China has this week filed complaints with the World Trade Organization seeking talks on compensation with the United States for the recent tariffs that President Donald Trump signed off on for imported solar cells and modules and washing machines. 

NextEra Sues NEI, Citing Efforts to ‘Distort Electric Energy Markets’

NextEra Energy has filed a lawsuit against the Nuclear Energy Institute, accusing the trade group of taking “retaliatory action” in response to NextEra’s withdrawal from the organization. Legal documents dated February 2 accuse the Nuclear...Show More Summary

Rats Can Trade Favors

Brown rats, the ubiquitous Rattus norvegicus, are social creatures: The rodents tend to troop around in packs and live in colonies, which are organized in loose social hierarchies. Like human siblings, muroids play around, tussling, chasing, and scrabbling—and their fun sometimes takes a dip into squabbling. Show More Summary

Kirk Cousins Says Redskins Didn’t Tell Him About Alex Smith Trade Until Next Day

We see this type of thing time and time again where organizations treat players like crap, yet largely escape ridicule, but as soon as player bolts in free agency, he immediately becomes the worst person on the planet. Kirk Cousins is just the latest to be treated disrespectfully after the Washington Redskins traded for Alex […]

Hong Kong votes to end its massive ivory trade by 2021

In an historic vote, the Legislative Council of Hong Kong voted 49-4 to ban the trade of ivory by 2021. The conclusion of a campaign waged by organizations such as Avaaz and WildAid Hong Kong, the ban could save tens of thousands of African elephants from poaching each year. Show More Summary

Tracy McGrady Says Clippers Were 'Disrespectful' to Blake Griffin

Tracy McGrady tells TMZ Sports... Blake Griffin has every right to be upset with the Clippers -- because learning that you've been traded on Twitter is "very disrespectful." "For somebody that got that type of history with the organization, he's…

The Eagles could sell high on Nick Foles and trade him shortly after the Super Bowl

Foles would have real value as a trade chip. Nick Foles will start at quarterback for the Eagles in Super Bowl 52 against the Patriots on Sunday. There’s a good chance it’s Foles’ last game with the organization. Foles is just 29, but he’s already had a winding career. Show More Summary

Wisconsin farmers organizations join group to support NAFTA

Several Wisconsin farmers organizations have joined a new coalition in support of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Wisconsin Public Radio reports that the Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association … Click to Continu...

India Forced To Cancel Solar Tender Due To WTO Ruling

Non-compliance with a September 2016 ruling of the World Trade Organization that barred India from mandating use of Indian-made solar modules and cells now forced the Indian government to cancel a 250 megawatt tender awarded last ye...

ATA Promotes Dan Forster to Vice President and Chief Conservation Officer

2 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

NEW ULM, Minnesota – The Archery Trade Association has announced the promotion of Dan Forster to Vice President and Chief Conservation Officer. Forster, formerly the organization’s Director of Government Relations, was previously the...Show More Summary

China defends role in trade after US criticism

China's foreign ministry has defended its role in global trade after the U.S. government said it was a mistake to support Beijing's World Trade Organization membership on terms that failed … Click to Continue »

Human smugglers operate as 'independent traders,' study finds

(University of Cambridge) First study to model the organizations behind trade in illegal border crossings shows no 'Mafia-like' monopoly of routes from Africa into Europe. Instead, myriad independent smugglers compete in open markets that have emerged at every stage of the journey.

US 'erred' in supporting WTO membership for China, Russia: USTR

2 months agoNews : The Cutline

China and Russia have shown no intention of living up to World Trade Organization rules and Washington should not have supported their membership in the global trade body, the Trump administration said Friday. In strongly worded reports...Show More Summary

Trump administration says U.S. mistakenly backed China WTO accession in 2001

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States mistakenly supported China's membership of the World Trade Organization in 2001 on terms that have failed to force Beijing to open its economy, the Trump administration said on Friday as it prepares to clamp down on Chinese trade.

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