Government and Trade


Government and Trade

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L&T to Bar Raccoon Dog Fur

Lord & Taylor has agreed to toughen standards in its advertising and labeling of fur garments as part of a settlement with the Humane Society.

Beige Book Hints at Modest Economic Improvement

Government reports based on anecdotal evidence indicate tight inventory and hiring practices at retailers.

Cotton Exporters Lean on U.S. Over Subsidies

Trade ministers from poor West African nations said that a recent increase in subsidies threatened to bury their cotton industry.

Customs IPR Seizures Fall in '09

U.S. Customs & Border Protection seizures for intellectual property rights violations dropped 4 percent to $260.7 million in fiscal year 2009.

Industry Urges Trade Benefits for Cambodia

Initiative to improve labor compliance in the Cambodian garment industry, speakers said.

U.S. Textile Mills Caught in Export Credit Crunch

Mills struggling with a new credit crisis that is undermining billions of dollars in exports to the Western Hemisphere.

China Obama

U.S.-China Walk Fine Line on Trade

Tensions over trade issues kept to a low simmer in order to achieve goals on a range of issues.

EU Study Warns of China's Manufacturing Overcapacity

Excess of supply threatens domestic and international economies says European Union Chamber of Commerce in China.

EU Study Warns of China's Manufacturing Overcapacity

China is producing too much and generating economic damage, new study claims.

Schumer Calls Foul on Adidas

Sen. Charles Schumer asks firm to reverse decision on moving NBA gear production out of U.S.

U.S. Senators Pressure Obama on China Currency Issue

Politicians ask President Obama to take a more aggressive stance on currency reform.


China's Textile City Grows in Stature

Keqiao benefits from government programs.

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