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Weed Deliverered from the Farm to Your Table

As marijuana continues to be legalized all over the world, Flow Kana offers an organic approach to the trade

Commodity Classic Groups Meet the Press

Trade, taxes, biotechnology, farm policy and government regulations are the main issues of concern to the commodity organizations who make up the Commodity Classic. Leadership of the American Soybean Association (ASA), National CornShow More Summary

Policy Issues; Trade; Ag Economy; and, Budget Issues Tuesday

Policy Issues In a letter yesterday to Senate and House Budget Committee leaders, a large number of food, agriculture and policy organizations indicated that, “The undersigned 392 organizations, representing America’s agriculture, nutrition,...Show More Summary

Recent USDA Updates: Trade with China, and Farm Bill Issues

A recent report from USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) (“China’s Growing Demand for Agricultural Imports” ) indicated that, “China’s 2001 accession to the World Trade Organization lowered barriers to agricultural imports, and its economic growth has generated new demands for agricultural commodities. Show More Summary

Universal Display Drops 7%: FYQ4 EPS Misses, Year Rev View Misses

Shares of organic light-emitting diode technology maker Universal Display (OLED) are down $2.46, or almost 7%, at $34.30, in late trading, after the company this afternoon reported Q4 revenue that easily topped analysts’ expectations, but missed on the bottom line, and projected revenue this year below consensus. Revenue in the three months ended in December 13.5%, year [...]

Are Mega-Trade Agreements a Threat to Brazil?

The landscape of international trade negotiations has been undergoing an upheaval. On the multilateral level, after 15 years of unsuccessful attempts to close the Doha Development Round at the World Trade Organization (WTO), the negotiation system has shown to be highly vulnerable to blockades by any small group of member countries. Show More Summary

Seven Dodge Bullets in Six Days as Violence Aimed at Colombian Unionists Continues

Cali, Colombia, has never been an easy place to be a trade unionist. As the trade agreement between Colombia and the United States turns three years old, union leaders there are still being shot at by death squads who see organized workers as a dangerous, radical element that must be eliminated. Just in the past week, seven unionists were shot at by masked gunmen in Cali.

Selling Drones - Let the Good Times Begin

My drone is yours, compadre! Or so Washington has now decided. The latest promise of good times in the arms trade comes from an administration that has pioneered a robotic assassination regime organized out of the White House (though credit for groundbreaking drone assassination work should go to Israel as well). Show More Summary

Lakers Rumors: Analyzing Goran Dragic Trade Chatter and More at Deadline

Thursday's NBA trade deadline may pass with a whimper or a bang for the Los Angeles Lakers—don't put too much stock into it either way. The truth is, general manager Mitch Kupchak and the organization are in this rebuild for the long...Show More Summary

Knicks Rumors: Examining Deadline Trade Talks Surrounding Goran Dragic and More

No acquisition in the world will save the New York Knicks before Thursday afternoon's NBA trade deadline. Finally ending a soap opera that thickened throughout the All-Star break, the organization announced on Wednesday through a press release at that Carmelo Anthony will undergo season-ending surgery on his left knee. Show More Summary

Suns don't want to trade Goran Dragic to his preferred teams, according to report

Dragic wants out, but the Suns are opening up their trade talks beyond his preferred list of destinations. When Phoenix Suns guard Goran Dragic requested a trade out of the organization, he gave the team a list of preferred destinations that included New York, Miami and Los Angeles. Show More Summary

Video: Lessons learned from 20 years 'herding cats' in the IGDA

IGDA founder Ernest Adams reflects on what went right (and wrong) over the 20-year lifespan of the IGDA and considers why developers need a professional trade organization in this GDC 2014 talk....

Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT)

The Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) is an international trade association that supports individual mobility management professionals and organizations in their efforts to reduce traffic congestion, conserve energy and improve air quality.

Secretary Of Labor Hopes To End West Coast Ports Gridlock

Today, workers at the major sea ports on the West Coast report back after a split four-day weekend. Contract negotiations between the union and a trade organization that represents shipping companies have continued for nine months, and the U.S. Secretary of Labor is joining the negotiations today before the slowdown has worse effects on the global economy. The two … [More]

NBA Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz on Nik Stauskas, Terrence Ross and More

Although many teams at the NBA trade deadline want to improve for this season, plenty of others are still looking toward the future. Whether an organization is well out of contention or a solid team is just trying to build for future...Show More Summary

At This Startup, Family and Social Consciousness Are Part of the Fabric

2 weeks agoTechnology : The Goods

For husband-and wife team Missy and Scott Tannen, founders of fair trade organic cotton bedding company Boll & Branch, the term "family business" doesn't just apply to their own family.

U.S. files case against China over subsidizing export industry

The United States is filing a case against China at the World Trade Organization over allegations that the country is illegally subsidizing various industries catered to the export market, the New York Times reported on Wednesday. The case, announced on … Continue reading ? The post U.S. files case against China over subsidizing export industry appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Export Subsidies and Currency Values in China

The NYT reported on a decision by the Obama administration to file a complaint before the World Trade Organization over alleged subsidies by China to its exports. The subsidies take the form of government support for product design, information technology, and worker training for exported items. Show More Summary

Buffalo Sabres Pull off Incredible 'Tank Trade' to Land Evander Kane from Jets

Tim Murray confidently strides to a microphone. He's on a stage alone. Assembled in front of him is every member of the Buffalo Sabres organization, hushed in anticipation. Behind him, a curtain is drawn. Before he speaks, he signals to someone off stage. The curtain opens. Show More Summary

Leading the Fight Against Illegal Logging

Did you know that up to 30 percent of all wood traded globally has been obtained illegally? Around the world, illegal logging remains a serious problem, threatening communities, funding organized crime, and undercutting American jobs. Thankfully,...Show More Summary

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