News from the Last 30 days
2013-05-14 - Governmanet of Canada On Wednesday, May 8, the U.S.-Canada Beyond the Border Executive Steering Committee (ESC) met in Washington, D.C. to discuss progress to date and the way forward for implementing the December 2011 Beyond the Border (BTB) Action Plan.
2013-05-14 - United Stated Department of Commerce Upcoming trade mission to promote U.S. exports and job creation
2013-05-14 - Reuters China has raised concerns about European Union plans to negotiate an ambitious free trade deal with the United States, fearing it is a protectionist move, a senior EU official said on Tuesday.
2013-05-14 - National Post The federal government is breathing a sigh of relief after a U.S. Senate committee rejected a proposal to collect fees at land border crossings.
2013-05-07 - The Global Times The recent news about Japan eagerly joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks touched a raw nerve in China.
2013-05-07 - The Global Times The US Commerce Department on Tuesday announced its preliminary affirmative determination in the anti-dumping duty (AD) investigation against imports of hardwood and decorative plywood from China, signaling that it may pose punitive duties on the products.
2013-05-07 - Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report President Obama visited Mexico and Costa Rica last week to, among other things, strengthen bilateral trade and economic ties.
2013-04-29 - Pacific Customs Brokers is proud to support the first Cross-Border Expo, June 6th in Ferndale, Washington.
2013-04-29 - The Canadian Press A U.S. congressman says Canadians should not be overly concerned about a proposed border crossing fee, saying it just isn't going to happen.
2013-04-29 - AME Info The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) on behalf of global business finalized recommendations for World Trade Organization (WTO) member countries to salvage parts of on-going Doha trade negotiations that could boost global GDP by $960bn.
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