Unfair trade

Government imposes anti-dumping duties on steel trade from Indonesia and Vietnam

KUALA LUMPUR (April 26): The Malaysian government has imposed anti-dumping duties on imports of cold-rolled stainless steel in coil, sheet or any other form (subject merchandise) originating in or exported from Indonesia and Vietnam. In a statement released today, the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) said the anti-dumping …

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Ben Wallace calls inflammatory lockdown allegations “deeply unfair” as briefing war # 10 escalates

3 min read3 hours An explosive front-page article claiming Boris Johnson said he would rather “let bodies pile up in the thousands” rather than impose a third nationwide lockdown is “bogus” and has “almost no evidence,” said affirmed the Secretary of Defense. Ben Wallace told BBC Radio 4’s Today program …

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Response to the review of my book by Asia Times

(MENAFN – Asia Times) I must begin by thanking George Koo for his interest and important commentary on my recent book, The Upside Down: America, China, and the Struggle for Global Leadership. To introduce this book to the reader, Koo mentions my previous book, Trading Places, which dealt with trade …

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The “ trade barriers ” coming Wednesday

TEMPORARY barricades, or parklets, were to be removed from outdoor stores on Nepean Highway in Rosebud on April 6, but an “internal delay” at the Department of Transportation forced them to stay longer. The barriers, between Fourth and Fifth Avenue, have caused friction between the Rosebud Chamber of Commerce and …

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Optimistic new federal plan for winegrowers will help farmers

Niagara farmer Matthias Oppenlaender said winemakers are happy the federal government pledged $ 101 million for the Canadian wine industry in last week’s budget. But, he said, “the devil is always in the details, right?” And the details are still being worked out. Oppenlaender, who owns Huebel Grapes Estates in …

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US questions use of sPS-iC pHL in agricultural imports

WASHINGTON expressed concern over Manila’s use of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Import Clearances (SPS-IC) to restrict the importation of certain agricultural products for reasons “unrelated to the protection of life or protection. human, animal or plant health ”. The United States raised several questions regarding the Philippines’ non-issuance of SPS-ICs to …

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LG Chem – SK Innovations commercial agreement is a boon for the electric vehicle industry

On April 11, LG Chem, Ltd. and SK Innovation Co., Ltd., two leading South Korean manufacturers of electric vehicle (EV) batteries, settled a long-standing trade dispute in which LG accused SK of trade secret misappropriation. SK has agreed to pay LG approximately US $ 1.8 billion in a combination of …

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Here’s what Trump did for US citizens | News, Sports, Jobs

THE EDITOR: In the March 28 edition of The Vindicator, a letter from Russ Nalepa raised concerns about a suggestion for a park to be named after President Trump. What really caught my attention was that the author of the letter said he “can’t think of anything that he (Trump) …

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Potential for artificial intelligence bias for enforcement accountability

On Monday, April 19, 2021, a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) blog post warned companies to ensure that their artificial intelligence (AI) does not reflect racial or gender bias, and it noted that it does not doing so can result in “deception, discrimination – and FTC law enforcement action.” “1 While …

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As China Forges Global Trade Ties, US May Fall Behind

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attends the signing ceremony of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP) after the fourth RCEP summit, hosted by video link on November 15, 2020. Chinese Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan signed the agreement on behalf of China. Xinhua News Agency | Xinhua News Agency | …

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