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2014 Media Kit

International Trade

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US corn exports find bright spot in NAFTA

AJOT | July 17, 2005 | International Trade

Amid softening demand in South America, the Middle East, and East and Southeast Asia, US corn exports have found a bright spot in NAFTA, where import demand has increased by nine percent since last year, the US Department of Agriculture said in its July c Read More »

NAM applauds Senate’s passage of CAFTA-DR;

AJOT | July 10, 2005 | International Trade

The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), one of Washington, DC's most powerful trade associations and the nation's largest industrial trade association in the United States, applauded the US Senate just before lawmakers broke for the Fourth of Jul Read More »

DPM Han says Korean economy continuing march to recovery

AJOT | July 10, 2005 | International Trade

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economy Han Duck-soo began his June 10 weekly press briefing with saying that the Korean economy is on its way to a recovery, despite difficulties such as economic polarization and slower than expected gro Read More »

Debt relief no panacea for Africa

AJOT | July 10, 2005 | International Trade

Writing off Africa's debt, boosting aid and improving trade conditions are not enough to bring the continent out of poverty, Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai said recently. Read More »

Greenspan discusses impact of Yuan float on trade

AJOT | July 03, 2005 | International Trade

Mr. Chairman and members of the Committee, I am pleased to be here today to offer my views on China's trade and exchange rate regime. I would emphasize that the views I will express are my own and do not necessarily represent those of the Federal Reserve Read More »

Inland Empire North

AJOT | July 03, 2005 | International Trade

A small city of 13,000 people, situated at the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley in California, is bidding to become the first outpost of a northern Inland Empire. The city of Shafter, 90 miles South of Oakland and just North of Bakersfield, is not m Read More »

Premium Article  DR-CAFTA negotiator sees benefits for Gulf

Paul Scott Abbott | June 26, 2005 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

Passage of an expanded free-trade agreement that encompasses Central America should bode well for ports along the US Gulf, according to Nicaragua‚s chief negotiator for such a pact. Read More »

Premium Article  Vigo Importing Co. has long tradition in Florida

Karen Thuermer | June 26, 2005 | People | Interviews | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

In 1947, the United States was celebrating the end of World War II. Some 40 years earlier, Antonino Alessi and his family immigrated from their native Sicily to come to America, the land of opportunity. Tampa, then a sleepy port town known mainly for hand Read More »

Vietnam footwear industry struggles on

AJOT | June 26, 2005 | International Trade

Last year, while exporting 450 million pairs of shoes, the footwear industry earned US$2.8 billion, making Vietnam the world's fourth-largest exporter in this regard. Domestically, footwear ranked third in export revenue after crude oil and garments. Read More »

EU sugar reform draws sweet and sour response

AJOT | June 26, 2005 | International Trade

The world's top three sugar cane exporters, Brazil, Thailand and Australia, welcomed a radical reform of Europe's heavily subsidised sugar industry, but Caribbean nations said it would cost them millions of dollars in lost revenue. Read More »

Feinstein tells business audience

AJOT | June 19, 2005 | International Trade

"The Rise of China is one of the most remarkable transformations the world has ever seen," said US Senator Dianne Feinstein, accepting the California-Asia Business Council's annual New Silk Road Award for her outstanding contributions to the development o Read More »

UN urges trade

AJOT | June 19, 2005 | International Trade

A United Nations agency put forward a trade "Marshall Plan" to rescue the world's 50 poorest countries from what it called "a seemingly endless poverty trap." Read More »

Australian Judge may implement US pork import ban

AJOT | June 12, 2005 | International Trade

International Trade Council for the National Pork Producers Council, predicts that Australia Federal Court Justice Wilcox may soon implement his decision to ban imports of pork from the US and other countries that have had cases of Post Weaning Multi-Syst Read More »

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