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US manufacturers/union take action against tissue and crepe paper imports from China
Seven manufacturers of tissue paper and crepe paper products and a national union joined together in formally charging the People's Republic of China ("China") with…
Canada wins WTO dispute with US over wheat exports
Canada doesn't illegally subsidize wheat exports, the World Trade Organization ruled in a decision last week, that gives Canada another major victory in an ongoing…
Commerce Secretary Evans opens NASDAQ market
The NASDAQ Stock Market proudly welcomed Donald L. Evans, the 34th Secretary of the US Department of Commerce to the Market Open on Feb. 12.
Greenspan relaxed on price threat from weak dollar
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said last week that a weak dollar was not causing inflation but could help the US current account deficit, remarks…
Colombian flower exporters ready for Saint Valentine’s Day
The goal of Colombia's flower exporters for the upcoming Saint Valentine's day is to sell 1mil cases of flowers, as they did in 2003. The…
Malaysia’s Dec. exports herald turning point
Malaysian December trade data show the highest-ever monthly value of exports and imports, heralding an economic turning point that is sure to keep the fire…
Can US maritime leadership be restored?
In recent times the US maritime leadership has lowered the standards rather than addresses the challenge. Can US maritime leadership be restored?
Can US maritime leadership be restored?
In recent times the US maritime leadership has lowered the standards rather than addresses the challenge. Can US maritime leadership be restored?
Shipping Federation questions Chr’tien
In an open letter to Prime Minister Chr'tien dated January 31, 2002, Richard Le Hir, President of the Shipping Federation of Canada, questions the federal…
Shipping Federation questions Chr’tien
In an open letter to Prime Minister Chr'tien dated January 31, 2002, Richard Le Hir, President of the Shipping Federation of Canada, questions the federal…