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International Trade

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US businesses object to Obama trade agencies plan

AJOT | January 30, 2012 | International Trade

A coalition of over 80 U.S. business groups raised concerns about President Barack Obama's plan to create a new department of trade by consolidating the relatively small office of the U.S. Trade Representative with five other agencies. Read More »

US duties on China solar would hurt jobs

AJOT | January 30, 2012 | International Trade

A U.S. solar industry group fighting a rival coalition's request for steep import duties on solar cells and modules made in China released a report warning more than 60,000 U.S. jobs could be lost if duties are imposed. Read More »

US rivals accuse China of dumping solar panels

AJOT | January 30, 2012 | International Trade

Chinese solar panel makers flooded the U.S. market with their products at the end of last year in anticipation of potential duties on those products, a coalition of American solar manufacturers said, a charge refuted by some top Chinese companies. Read More »

Sourcing clause could deter foreign retailers in India

AJOT | January 23, 2012 | International Trade

Local-sourcing requirements could deter foreign retailers from taking advantage of new rules allowing them to take full ownership of their operations in India, and many potential investors are seeking more clarity from the government. Read More »

Steel exports gain in November over October

AJOT | January 16, 2012 | International Trade

Steel exports increased in November compared to October by nearly 7 percent, according to government data. 'The good news is that exports increased to every international market except Africa, including the EU, notwithstanding concerns about the EU econo Read More »

Brazil citrus depends on US banned fungicide

AJOT | January 16, 2012 | International Trade

Brazil, the world's top orange juice exporter, will continue to depend on a fungicide that is banned in the United States even though its use jeopardizes exports to the U.S. market, a researcher and a producer said. Read More »

Tropicana moves to all Florida juice in some types

AJOT | January 16, 2012 | International Trade

PepsiCo Inc is returning to using only oranges from Florida in its Tropicana Pure Premium orange juices, a decision made several months ago, before low levels of fungicide were found in oranges from Brazil, the company confirmed. Read More »

EU launches WTO suit on Canadian renewable power

AJOT | January 16, 2012 | International Trade

The European Union has escalated a trade dispute over Canadian provincial rules for solar and wind energy subsidies by asking the World Trade Organization to set up a panel to rule on the case, the WTO said. Read More »

Nestle sees newcomers joining China’s milk industry

AJOT | January 16, 2012 | International Trade

Swiss food giant Nestle's move to create a 2.5 billion-yuan ($396 million) joint venture milk supply centre in northeast China will encourage local entrepreneurs to enter the industry, said a senior Nestle executive in China. Read More »

Obama seeks to merge US trade agencies, save $3 billion

AJOT | January 16, 2012 | International Trade

President Barack Obama will ask Congress for authority to fold together U.S. trade agencies to help boost exports, a reorganization that could help innoculate him against Republican election-year charges that he is a big-government liberal. Read More »

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