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1 2022/05/27Elephant-Rich States Row Back From Threat to Quit Trade BodyRay NdlovuBloomberg NewsA group of Southern African countries where two thirds of the world’s African Elephants live rowed back from a threat to leave an international governmental body that regulates trade in endangered species and their products.
2 2022/05/27Washington Trade Daily(Volume 31, Number 105) Volume 31, Number 105- US Will Fight Unfair Trade by China - Report Warns on Chinese Ag Investment - Solar Probe Under Lobbying Attack - Hardened Positions on TRIPS Text - Holiday Schedule - Around the Globe
3 2022/05/26House group calls on conferees to include GSP bill in competition packageJason AsensoInside U.S. TradeMore than 50 House members are urging the leaders of the Senate and House to include in the final version of a competition package a bill to increase the amount of goods that Generalized System of Preferences beneficiaries could export to the U.S. under a rejuvenated program.
4 2022/05/26Mullaney: U.S., EU aim to avoid ‘collateral damage’ in efforts against NMEsMargaret SpiegelmanInside U.S. TradeThe United States and the European Union are working to coordinate efforts to address non-market economy policies and practices with an understanding that the trans-Atlantic partners bring different tools to the table -- and share a goal of minimizing harmful side effects on each other’s economies, according to Assistant U.S. Trade Representative Dan Mullaney.
5 2022/05/26How Summer Associates Can Make the Most of Their ProgramsAlison Nina Bernard and Nazim ZilkhaBloomberg NewsDechert LLP’s Alison Bernard, chief talent and human resources officer, and Naz Zilkha, a corporate partner who is one of the hiring partners in Dechert’s New York office, share tips on what summer associates should do to get the most out of the experience. Their advice includes reaching out to all members of the firm, from partners to secretaries, attending as many scheduled activities as possible, and asking for clarification and feedback on assignments.
6 2022/05/26Estevez: Growing cooperation on export controls should fuel new regimeBrett FortnamInside U.S. TradeThe Bureau of Industry and Security wants to extend cooperation with allies on export controls recently levied on Russia into a new export control regime aimed at preventing China from acquiring U.S. technology through its civil-military fusion strategy, the agency’s chief said Wednesday.
7 2022/05/26Container Ships Waiting Off Savannah Port Reach Six-Month HighKevin VarleyBloomberg NewsSavannah, the second-largest U.S. container port on the Atlantic, is dealing with a six-month high in ship congestion following a recordApril performance in handling cargo.
8 2022/05/26Democratic lawmakers blast lobbying push to ‘influence’ solar trade probesMargaret SpiegelmanInside U.S. TradeA corporate lobbying effort with ties to Chinese solar companies is seeking to undermine Commerce Department probes into claims that manufacturers are circumventing antidumping and countervailing duty orders on solar products from China, a group of Democratic lawmakers said this week in a letter to President Biden.
9 2022/05/26Washington Trade Daily(Volume 31, Number 104) Volume 31, Number 104- US Disputes Canada Dairy TRQs Again - Keep China Tariffs, Senators Say - Sanctions on Iran Financial Network - Chinese Rail Coupler Systems Dumped - Little Progress on MC12 Deliverables - US Silent on LDCs Preferences Plan - Around the Globe
10 2022/05/26CBP issues warnings -- but little guidance -- about looming forced-labor banMargaret SpiegelmanInside U.S. TradeU.S. Customs and Border Protection is urging importers to ensure their supply chains are free of forced labor ahead of new enforcement rules set to go into effect next month, but the agency has yet to release detailed guidance on how the rules will be implemented.
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