Government and Trade


Government and Trade

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WTO Sides With U.S. in Tire Tariff Case

Says U.S. can impose safeguard duties.

Feds Seize $100K in Counterfeit Goods

Merchandise found in three stores in Texas.

Omega SA, Supreme Court, copyright, David Bernstein

Supreme Court Backs Ruling on Costco Copyright Case

Discounters could lose gray-market sales.

Pace of Industry Imports Slow in October

Overall trade deficit narrowed.

Japan Upward Revises 3Q GDP Growth to 4.5%

The original estimate was for 3.9 percent growth.

Senate Passes Fur Labeling Act

Bill mandates labeling of fur trim on garments.

Louis Vuitton Files ITC Complaint

The company has asked for an investigation on counterfeiting.

Angola, cotton, South Africa, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, Matos Cardoso, International Fair of Luanda, ANIFIL-Angola Business Center, Fashion Business Angola,

Angola Seeks to Revive Cotton Industry

From the Sixties up to 1975, when it gained independence, Angola was one of the largest producers of cotton in Africa and the world.

CSR Gap Guess Patagonia

Companies Take Social Responsibility to the Next Level

Brands incorporate labor and environmental issues into their core strategies.

India, China, Cotton, cotton yarn, exports, cap, limit, strike, textiles, The Confederation of Indian Industry, All India Export Promotion Council

India's Cotton Yarn Export Cap Solicits Mixed Reaction

Some claim the timing of the limit could be problematic.

Three Plead Guilty in Counterfeit Ring

The defendants face up to 25 years in prison.

U.S., South Korea Iron Out Trade Deal

Obama will now send pact to Congress.

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