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PA Governor proposes expansion into world markets

AJOT | February 12, 2006 | International Trade

Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell recently unveiled initiatives that will build on Pennsylvania's cutting edge research - spurred by $1 billion in private and public investment - while helping state companies bridge borders and expand in global mark Read More »

EU welcomes Byrd repeal, regrets transition period

AJOT | February 05, 2006 | International Trade

The European Commission welcomed a US decision on Feb. 2 to repeal a contentious antidumping trade law, known as the 'Byrd Amendment,' but expressed anger that the repeal was effective from September 2007, not immediately. Read More »

No date to resume US beef trade to Japan

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | International Trade

US Agriculture Undersecretary J.B. Penn said last week that it was premature to talk of a date for resuming US beef imports after materials banned due to fears of mad cow disease were found in a shipment. Read More »

US and Mexico reach Tequila agreement

AJOT | January 22, 2006 | International Trade

US Trade Representative Rob Portman announced the conclusion of an agreement with Mexico on tequila trade. Under the agreement, exports from Mexico to the United States will continue without interruption. Ambassador Portman and Mexican Secretary of Econo Read More »

Oil & gas to be top Canadian performers in 2006-2007

AJOT | January 22, 2006 | International Trade

Oil & gas services, non-electrical machinery, mineral extraction, electronic products and wholesale trade will continue to rank among the fastest-expanding industries in Canada over the next two years, according to a new report from the BMO Financial Grou Read More »

Dalian clothes makers look for brand inspiration

AJOT | January 22, 2006 | International Trade

Dalian, China's garment industry is said to have seen its heyday, cranking out millions of pieces on order to major brands. Today its garment enterprises have to struggle to stay afloat, due mainly to the fact that margins have grown thinner and the contr Read More »

European Union enhancing customs regime

AJOT | January 08, 2006 | International Trade

As 2005 was coming to an end, the European Commission adopted two proposals to modernize the European Union Customs Code and to introduce an electronic, paper-free customs environment in the EU. The first proposal aims to simplify and streamline customs p Read More »

UN panel orders halt to caviar exports

AJOT | January 08, 2006 | International Trade

A UN panel ordered a temporary halt to caviar exports by the world's major producers last week, buying time for experts to find ways to reverse dwindling populations of threatened sturgeon -- whose eggs provide the culinary delicacy. Read More »

Brazil coffee cooperative says supply won’t meet demand

AJOT | December 18, 2005 | International Trade

The National Commodities Supply Corp., or Conab, said that private coffee stocks could be as high as 21.8 million 60-kilogram bags as of Sept. 30. Conab is part of Brazils Agriculture Ministry. Private stocks are held by coffee cooperatives and warehouses Read More »

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