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1 2020/10/28American Soybeans to Make Rare Journey to Top Exporter BrazilIsis Almeida and Tatiana Freitas and Alfred CangBloomberg News Locations China, Brazil Topics agriculture regulation, imports, non-U.S. tax, exports, customs duties The U.S. has started selling soybeans to Brazil after the world’s top exporter lowered import tariffs in order to bridge a domestic shortage.
2 2020/10/28Harvard-Yale Duopoly on Clerks Doesn’t Fit Barrett’s BackgroundKimberly Strawbridge RobinsonBloomberg News Topics bonuses, hiring Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who graduated from Notre Dame’s law school and returned there to teach for more than a decade, could help break elite law school graduates’ lock on Supreme Court clerkships.
3 2020/10/28Washington Trade Daily(Volume 29, Number 216) Volume 29, Number 216- New WTO DG Likely Okonjo-Iweala - Tariffs on Canadian Aluminum Lifted - WTO Fisheries Text Out on Monday - Global FDI Tumbles - Around the Globe
4 2020/10/27Nigerian Wins EU Support for WTO Bid as U.S. Backs Korean RivalJonathan StearnsBloomberg News Locations Japan, European Union, South Korea, Nigeria Topics arbitration, subsidies, coronavirus The European Union endorsed Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to lead the World Trade Organization, bolstering her bid as the U.S. backs the only other contender in the final phase of the race.
5 2020/10/27Global Shippers Surf Demand Wave Bound for Covid Economy Fog (1)Brendan MurrayBloomberg News Locations France, Singapore, Malta Topics cargo transportation, natural gas, exports, coronavirus, water transportation Companies AP Moller - Maersk A/S, CSX Corp The world’s major shipping companies, riding an unprecedented wave of demand for everything from housewares to medicine, are finding the record for the largest load of containers hard to hold onto this year.
6 2020/10/27Trump Thwarted in Latest Bid to Kill Solar-Tariff Loophole (1)Brian EckhouseBloomberg News Topics exemption from tax, imports, solar energy, injunctions, customs duties, temporary restraining orders A U.S. trade court temporarily blocked the Trump administration’s latest bid to end a loophole it had granted on two-sided solar panels.
7 2020/10/27Mentorship Is Essential to Fixing the ‘Women’s Recession’James E. MeadowsBloomberg News Topics negotiated acquisitions, mentoring, diversity and inclusion, coronavirus, sexual harassment, hiring In the so-called “women’s recession” brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, James E. Meadows, co-founder and managing partner of Culhane Meadows PLLC, has some suggestions for how the legal profession can better support women from new associates to the ranks of senior equity partners. He argues that existing mentorship models have not served women well.
8 2020/10/27WTO to unveil new leader on Wednesday; Okonjo-Iweala wins EU supportHannah MonickenInside U.S. TradeThe World Trade Organization will announce its consensus director-general pick on Wednesday, with Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala picking up momentum after winning European Union support this week.
9 2020/10/27U.S. Sanctions Iran Oil Minister as Trump Ramps Up Pressure (1)Golnar Motevalli and Saleha MohsinBloomberg News Locations Iran Topics oil and gas, international banking, exports, terror financing, trade sanctions Companies TOTAL SA The U.S. sanctioned Iran’s minister of petroleum and some related entities as tensions between the two nations continue to rise in the days before the American presidential election.
10 2020/10/27Businesses Need a ‘Wake-Up Call’ on Digital Tax Plan, OECD SaysIsabel GottliebBloomberg News Topics multinational corporations, coronavirus, trade sanctions Companies should engage in the OECD’s digital tax overhaul, or they’ll face chaos and trade sanctions, the organization’s tax chief warned Monday.
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