Government and Trade


Government and Trade

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FTC Releases Green Guidelines

Proposed rules call for marketers to more specifically back eco-friendly claims.

Supreme Court Denies Totes' Tariff Case

Company claimed gender and age discrimination in U.S. duty rates.

U.S. Helps Fight Child Labor in Egypt

Labor Department will award $9.5 million in grants.

House Passes China Currency Bill

Measure to crack down on China's alleged undervalued yuan passes by a vote of 348 to 79.

China Attacks House Bill

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said the bill conflicts with WTO tenets.

House Passes Organized Retail Crime Bill

Legislation would boost efforts to fight increased crime in stores.

A&F Fined $1.05 Million by ICE

Government says Abercrombie & Fitch failed to adequately verify that employees in its Michigan stores were eligible to work in the U.S.

Obama Takes Complex Trade Stance

The Obama administration balances a goal of doubling exports in five years to $3.14 trillion and moving forward with free trade initiatives.

Spratt Mulvaney

Textile Champion Spratt in Tough Election Battle

Textile Caucus co-chair John Spratt targeted by GOP.

House Committee Passes China Currency Bill

Legislation would permit punitive tariffs on imports.

U.S. Takes Tough Tone on China Currency

President Obama has put China’s currency policies front and center.

NRDC, Wal-Mart Team For Clinton Global Initiative

Program to fight textile pollution in China.

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