Government and Trade


Government and Trade

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Consumer Confidence Stronger in March

Conference Board measure adds more than 6 points to 52.5.

Haitian Industry Seeks Additional Trade Benefits

The Haitian apparel industry has asked the Obama administration to increase the volume of textiles and apparel that can be shipped here duty free.

Italy's Textile, Apparel Sales Fall

Italy’s textile and apparel industry has overcome “the most dramatic phase of the current recession.”

WTO Chief Projects Trade Rebound

WTO director general Pascal Lamy says volume of world trade in goods is projected to expand 9.5 percent this year.

Obama Fills Key Trade Posts

President names Michael Punke ambassador to the WTO and deputy trade representative.

Fashion Industry Gets Own Caucus on Capitol Hill

The "Congressional Apparel Manufacturing and Fashion Business Caucus" approved by the Committee on House Administration.

WTO Reports on Indian Exports

U.S. request could lead to repeal of India's exemption on subsidies.

In Brief: Fake Goods Seized in Miami

CBP estimates $5.2M in counterfeit goods found.

Fed Issues New Rules on Gift Cards

Federal Reserve on Tuesday limiting the fees and expiration dates on gift cards.

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao China

China's Long-Term Goals Seem Further Away

Economic crisis makes innovative economy more difficult to achieve.

China Vietnam Bangladesh India Indonesia Pakistan

The Next Frontier: Asia's Rising Tigers

China's neighbors expected to step in as its heir apparent.

Sourcing Firms Eye More Value, New Locales

Differentiation is becoming increasingly more important for sourcing firms.

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