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Mexico says USMCA pact change needs approval from all members
Mexico’s leader said any change to a trade pact between the three biggest north American economies would need input from all the nations, after a…
Ambassador Tai, Secretary Walsh applaud successful first course of remediation under USMCA’S rapid response mechanism
United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai and Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh today marked the successful conclusion of the first course of remediation under the…
China opposes US threat to impose sanctions on Ethiopia
China criticized a U.S. threat to impose sanctions on Ethiopia over a conflict in the Horn of Africa nation, saying the government has the ability…
Arctic oil, gas production is booming despite climate fears
Oil and gas companies are being bankrolled by some of the biggest names in finance to tap the Arctic’s vast natural wealth even as warnings…
Taiwan’s trade deal application sets up showdown with China
Taiwan’s request to join the Asian-Pacific’s biggest working trade deal, coming just days after China’s submitted its own bid, presents the member nations with a…
Taiwan applies to join Pacific trade deal days after China
Taiwan has submitted an application to join a Pacific trade deal, just days after China sent its own request to become a member of the…
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American Journal of Transportation appoints Carlos A. Valdez as new Southeastern/LATAM regional sales manager
The American Journal of Transportation is pleased to announce the appointment of Carlos A. Valdez as the publishing company’s new Southeastern/LATAM regional sales manager.
India sugar mills pause export deals in bet price will rise more
Sugar exporters in India are holding off signing any more export contracts, in a bet that global prices will rally further after bad weather damaged…
UAE, India aim to double trade to $100 billion in five years
The United Arab Emirates and India are seeking to more than double non-oil trade to at least $100 billion over five years as the Gulf…
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo Meeting with EU Commissioner Thierry Breton
Secretary Raimondo met with her counterpart, European Union Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton, who visited Washington for a series of meetings on U.S.-EU cooperation…