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Historic Event In London Honors 'International Slavery Remembrance Day'

9 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Dozens of demonstrators gathered in London, England, Sunday for what was billed by organizers as the city’s first-ever memorial honoring victims of the trans-Atlantic slave trade. The demonstration, which was filled with black faces and raised fists, took place in London’s bustling Trafalgar Square two days before Aug. Show More Summary

ATA Targets Engagement With Revitalized Retail Council

15 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

NEW ULM, Minnesota – The Archery Trade Association (ATA) has revitalized its Retail Council to provide more guidance and support to the organization’s retail members. During the archery industry’s strategic-planning meeting in May that...Show More Summary

WTO to Announce Decision on Russia-EU Dispute Over Third Energy Package May 2017

The World Trade Organization (WTO) will announce its decision regarding the dispute started by Russia on the so-called EU Third Energy Package in May 2017, the WTO said in a document.

UK-Saudi Arms Deal Violates Britain-Backed Int’l Treaty, Fuels Yemeni Conflict

The UK deal with Saudi Arabia on selling weapons to Riyadh violates the international Arms Trade Treaty and fuels the war in Yemen, prominent international organization Oxfam said in a statement on Tuesday.

Sunday Comic: Golden Spike: Rock Shop of the Anthropocene

Together artists and organizers installed a cohesive “roadside attraction” that playfully stages evidence of humanity’s influence on geological material, torquing Frontier-fantasy trading posts and Pastoral tourist stopovers with Anthropocenic evidence culled from the the city.

Asia-Pacific peoples movements come together to challenge RCEP

More than 80 participants representing trade unions, farming communities, indigenous peoples, health networks, women’s organisations, academia and civil society organizations met on 27-28 July in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to take stock of the new generation of mega regional free trade agreements (FTAs) emerging in the region. Show More Summary

Moscow Likely to Appeal WTO Ruling on EU-Russia Pork Import Ban Dispute

It is highly likely that Moscow will appeal in the coming weeks the World Trade Organization (WTO) decision to support the European Union in its trade dispute with Russia over Moscow's ban on the import of pork products from the bloc due to concerns over African swine fever, Russian Economic Development Ministry said Friday.

EU Welcomes WTO Ruling Against 'Political' Russian Pork Import Ban

The World Trade Organization (WTO) decision to support the European Union in its trade dispute with Russia over Moscow's ban on the import of pork products from the bloc sends a strong message to Russia over the "political" protectionist measure, the European Commission said Friday.

WTO Ruling on EU-Russia Pork Import Ban Dispute 'Political'

The World Trade Organization (WTO) decision to support the European Union in its trade dispute with Russia over Moscow's ban on the import of pork products from the bloc due to concerns over African swine fever is politically motivated, the head of Russia's agricultural watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor Sergei Dankvert said Friday.

WTO Panel Largely Backs EU in Pork Imports Ban Dispute With Russia

A World Trade Organization (WTO) panel has largely supported an EU case against Russia linked to Moscow banning pork products imports from the bloc, the WTO said in a statement Friday.

European Firms Find Loophole to Trade With Crimea Despite Sanctions

European companies are trading with Crimea in defiance of sanctions and European-flagged ships keep coming to the ports of the Black Sea peninsula, RIA Novosti reported citing a report released by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP).

Moscow May Appeal to WTO Over EU, US Anti-Dumping Duties on Russian Steel

Russia is likely to appeal to the World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement body regarding the European Union's anti-dumping duties imposed on Russian cold-rolled steel, Director of the Department for Trade Negotiations of the Ministry of Economic Development Maxim Medvedkov told Sputnik in an interview Thursday.

Head of Hotel Association of New York City to check out after 28 years on the job

The longtime president of the Hotel Association of New York City, Joseph Spinnato, is set to retire in December. Spinnato has helmed the trade organization, which represents more than 270 hostelries... To view the full story, click the title link.

WTO Panel Supports EU in Paper, Palm Oil Tariff Dispute With Russia

A World Trade Organization (WTO) panel ruled on Friday in favor of the European Union in its dispute with Russia over its alleged excess tariffs on imported paper, paperboard, palm oil and refrigerators.

Gender-Based Toy Awards Finally Killed Off By The Toy Industry Association

Source: DadDoes.Com The Toy Industry Association (TIA), a 100 year old trade organization, today announced the categories in its Toy Of The Year (TOTY) Awards competition, to be held in February 2017. Normally, a press release aboutShow More Summary

DRM: You have the right to know what you're buying!

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Today, the EFF and a coalition of organizations and individuals asked the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to explore fair labeling rules that would require retailers to warn you when the products you buy come locked down by DRM ("Digital Rights Management" or "Digital Restrictions Management"). (more…)

Australia Suspends Financing Charity Accused of Supporting Hamas

Australia suspended financing the Christian World Vision relief organization, the country’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said on Friday.

Gallup CEO Blasts Boardroom Culture of Acquisitions Over Organic Growth

``Acquisitions is the current growth strategy of Forbes Global 2000 companies. As a result, the number of publicly listed companies traded on U.S. exchanges has been cut in half in the past 20 years -- from about 7,300 to 3,700. According...Show More Summary

World's largest game expo tightens security following violence

Germany has been hit by a string of mass violence as of late, and the effect of those tragedies is about to spill over to the gaming community. The organizers behind Gamescom, the world's largest gaming trade show, have introduced tighter security measures that will definitely be noticeable if you make it out to Cologne for the event. Show More Summary

On The Organic Trade Association's Betrayal Of The Movement For Mandatory GMO Labeling

Last week President Obama signed the DARK (Deny Americans their Right to Know) Act into law that pre-empts Vermont's and all other state's mandatory GMO labeling laws. This bill, passed by Congress two weeks ago, was championed by Senators...Show More Summary

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