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US accuses China, India of hiding subsidy programs

AJOT | October 11, 2011 | International Trade

The United States on Thursday accused China of flouting World Trade Organization rules by failing to notify the world trade body of nearly 200 government subsidy programs.

U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk also said India had failed to notify 50 such Read More »

Premium Article  Importers and exporters find many benefits in Virginia

Karen Thuermer | October 10, 2011 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

Virginia is ranked America’s Top State for Business by CNBC in 2011! On top of that, Virginia is also ranked tops of any state east of the Mississippi in the American Legislative Exchange Council’s economic competitiveness ranking of the states. Read More »

Premium Article  Perishables bring challenges to all freights

Karen Thuermer | October 10, 2011 | Air Cargo | International Trade

Along with the rest of the economy, the food industry is challenged these days given soaring costs. While many obstacles exist in moving perishables freight, opportunities exist. The key is for everyone in the supply chain to stay informed and be as flex Read More »

Zepol Corporation releases US import and export summary

AJOT | October 04, 2011 | International Trade

Zepol Corporation, HYPERLINK "http://www.zepol.com/"the leading trade intelligence company, announced the release of a report summarizing the U.S. trade industry thus far in 2011. The report provides detailed information on the top performing U.S. ports, Read More »

Italy 7-month steel exports up, lags import

AJOT | October 04, 2011 | International Trade

Steel exports from Italy, the European Union's second-biggest producer after Germany, rose 13.6 percent year-on-year to 10.529 million tonnes in the first seven months of 2011, but lagged behind imports growth, industry body Federacciai said. Read More »

India says agrees to boost trade with Pakistan

AJOT | October 04, 2011 | International Trade

India and Pakistan agreed to further liberalise trade flows with tentative moves such as opening a second customs post and issuing more visas, seen as bolstering a fragile peace process between the two nuclear-armed rivals. Read More »

Deere to build two equipment plants in Brazil

AJOT | October 04, 2011 | International Trade

Deere & Co , one of the world's biggest heavy equipment producers, will build two plants in Brazil to meet demand from construction and infrastructure projects, Chief Executive Samuel Allen said. Read More »

Congress likely to pass US trade deals

AJOT | October 04, 2011 | International Trade

A senior U.S. congressional Democrat said he expected Congress to pass three trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama, despite his own strong concerns about the Colombia deal. Read More »

China says

AJOT | October 04, 2011 | International Trade

China's foreign ministry said it "adamantly opposes" a bill being pushed by the U.S. Senate to allow the United States to impose duties on countries that undervalue their currencies. Read More »

China farm trade still opaque and unfair, US says

AJOT | October 04, 2011 | International Trade

China must make its farm sector more transparent and fairer to foreign competition, the United States told the World Trade Organization's agriculture committee, as it reviewed China's first decade in the world trade body. Read More »

Bangladesh textiles hit by new EU trade rules

AJOT | October 04, 2011 | International Trade

Bangladeshi textile manufacturers face a deep crisis after the European Union allowed duty free access of ready-made garments from the country produced with material imported from elsewhere, a business leader said. Read More »

US vote on Russia trade looms as WTO deal nears

AJOT | October 02, 2011 | International Trade

The U.S. Congress in coming months could face a tough vote on trade relations with Russia, igniting a potentially fierce debate over Moscow's record on human rights and the state of its democracy in the wake of Vladimir Putin's decision to return as presi Read More »

Premium Article  Counterfeiting threatens US supply chains

Peter Buxbaum | September 27, 2011 | International Trade | Transport Intermediaries

Defense, pharmaceuticals among most vulnerable

Last August, in an announcement in the Federal Register, the White House intellectual property enforcement coordinator sought public comment about “how the U.S. government can prevent counterfeit p Read More »

Premium Article  Syria slaps ban on imports except raw materials

AJOT | September 27, 2011 | International Trade

Syria banned most imports except raw materials and grains, local businessmen said on Saturday in a move to preserve foreign currency reserves under pressure from Western sanctions and ongoing political unrest.

The government decreed on Thursday that a Read More »

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