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30 Years Later, Hun Sen Still Cambodian Matter Of Fact

Cambodia is an increasingly notable exporter of soft goods to the West, and in fact an early (premature, really) member of the World Trade Organization. It's a reasonably open society these days, with of course one of the world's great tourism sites at Angkor Wat. Sporting barely 15 million people, [...]

Number of US Firms at MAKS Air Show Unchanged Despite Sanctions

The president and CEO of Kallman Worldwide, which specializes in marketing and organizing trade exhibitions and conferences in the aerospace sector claims that the quantity of US firms represented at Russia’s MAKS air show has not diminished despite the current difficulties in US-Russian relations.

ISIL and Antiquities Trafficking

5 days agoNews / Crime : FBI News Blog

The FBI is alerting art collectors and dealers to be particularly careful trading Near Eastern antiquities, warning that artifacts plundered by terrorist organizations such as ISIL are entering the marketplace. The Bureau is asking U.S. Show More Summary

Robot Families, Pig Organs For People And A Stock Market Shellacking

August 23, 2015 A visitor walks through the new lobby of the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, U.S., on Friday, Dec. 19, 2014. While Nasdaq helped usher in the U.S. stock market’s electronic trading revolution four decades ago, its latest pitch to corporations picking their home exchange is the human element. [...]

Organics category continues growth trajectory

Consumer demand for organic products had reached an all-time high, according to the Washington, D.C.-based Organic Trade Association, which issues an annual survey on organic sales trends, and the industry expected growth to continue, as organic becomes “more mainstream and conventional grocers continue to increase their interest in the industry.”

'El Chapo' Guzmán's role in the global cocaine trade is becoming clearer

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán’s Sinaloa cartel in Mexico is the largest drug-trafficking organization in the world, and its deep ties to Colombia are becoming more apparent. According to a recent report from from Colombian newspaper El Tiempo, Sinaloa controls 35% of the cocaine exported from Colombia — the largest producer of the drug in the world. Show More Summary

Call To Action: Today Is Last Day To Comment On Who Controls .Music Domain. It Takes 1 Minute

The pending addition of domain name opens up a world of possibilities for artists and all music related companies; and who controls it matters. Many music industry trade groups and indie organizations have endorsed Constantine Roussos, the leader of DotMusic over internet giants like Amazon and Google. You...

How does a $2.5B powertrain plant in Mexico help the US?

The now much maligned NAFTA was the result of Ronald Reagan's vision for a prosperous 21st century.  Conservative organizations such as the Heritage Foundation supported trade agreements such as NAFTA, and conservative voters by and large went along with that position. Show More Summary

Phoenix Suns forward Markieff Morris demands a trade

The Suns' big man is upset with how the organization handled their decision to trade his twin brother less than a year after signing both to four-year contract extensions. Markieff Morris has taken the bold step of publicly demanding a trade. Show More Summary

Amnesty International: Decriminalize the Sex Trade

In a move to stick up for what the head of Amnesty International describes as "one of the most marginalized groups in the world who... face constant risk of discrimination, violence, and abuse," the organization voted today to recommend decriminalizing that group's line of work: prostitution and sex for trade,...

NBA Trade Rumors: Top Buzz Surrounding Markieff Morris, Jamal Crawford and More

Although it may feel like most of the NBA's big moves have already happened with almost all of the top free agents having signed with teams, there could be more significant transactions on the horizon in the form of trades. As organizations...Show More Summary

President Obama Scores a 10 on Mental Gymnastics

The president has condemned the trade of human organs in Africa. So why hasn’t he spoken out against the Planned Parenthood videos here at home?

MLB Rumors: Top Trade Chatter Surrounding Chase Utley, Justin Upton and More

MLB's non-waiver trade deadline came and went on July 31 with plenty of action across the league, but teams are far from done when it comes to attempting to improve for the playoff push. Organizations are still able to strike deals for the remainder of the season, but the deadline for a traded player being able to take part in the playoffs is Aug. Show More Summary

Organic and Fair Trade Foods Might Be Tricking You Into Thinking they Taste Better

According to a recent study, food labels touting terms like organic and fair trade might be tricking you into thinking that your rich, dark chocolate bar tastes extra heavenly, but that's a dirty ruse.

Here's How to Make Money While Traveling the World

How to make money while traveling the world - Wise Bread Would you trade your pay for long weekends? - LearnVest Why you should buy your plane ticket in August - Real Simple Clean and organize your closet - All You 3 reasons you deserve...Show More Summary

How Romance Novelists Got Such a Silly, Sappy Rap

Romance Writers of America—the trade organization of the romance genre—just wrapped up its 35th annual conference. 2,400 attendees, most of them women, descended upon the Marriott Marquis in Times Square for panels, networking, networking, drinking, and more networking. Read more...

USTR Tells WTO That COOL Damages Are Much Lower Than Estimated

Last week, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) filed a legal brief in the World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute over mandatory country-of-origin labeling (COOL), arguing that the $3 billion sought by Canada and Mexico in retaliatory tariffs are a dramatic overestimation of damages. Show More Summary

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