Unfair trade

B2B alert: New illegal terms in the food sector

It is quite normal for everyone to find their favorite products in the supermarket. Unfortunately, this sometimes hides a difficult relationship between suppliers and their customers. Often the sourcing of these products is the result of tough negotiations between supermarkets and their suppliers. Several recent press articles and documentaries have …

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Cincinnati CBP seizes fake jewelry and scarves valued at over $ 3 million

CINCINNATI—On November 30, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers in Cincinnati seized a shipment containing counterfeit designer jewelry and scarves. The fakes, which originated in China, would have been worth a total of $ 3.09 million if they had been genuine. Cincinnati CBP seized counterfeit designer braceletslike these and …

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The “reasonable” billing formula called into question | Ahmedabad News

Ahmedabad: A consumer commission in Ahmedabad asked insurance companies how they define “reasonable and customary charges” for deductions from health insurance claims, when there is no strict formula to standardize charges fees and medical services, which vary in each hospital. With this question, the Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission of Ahmedabad …

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The Ocean Shipping Reform Act passed in the United States House of Representatives

The Ocean Shipping Reform Act was recently passed by the United States House of Representatives by 364-60. The bill is the first major overhaul of federal regulations for the global shipping industry in over 30 years and resolves the supply chain crisis and protects South Dakota’s agricultural exporters from unfair …

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OYO Rooms penalized for refusing to occupy Ludhiana’s complainant

For refusing to occupy rooms in a hotel booked by the complainant through the OYO Rooms website, the District Consumer Disputes Recovery Commission, Ludhiana, ordered Ludhiana to pay. ??20,000 indemnities with ??5,000 litigation costs for the complainant. Kulwant Singh (52) of Guru Nanak Colony, Ludhiana, in his complaint against OYO …

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Chikkadpally Chandana brothers fined Rs. 1L for incomplete invoice issuance

Hyderabad: The District Consumer Dispute Resolution Commission has asked the Chandana Brothers jewelers of Chikkadpally to pay a fine of Rs. 1 lakh for issuing an invoice to a customer without mentioning their name. He was also asked to pay the customer Rs. 50,000 for non-reimbursement of Rs. 85,000 for …

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The ‘Chinese shock’ still shakes the world as it grapples with the future of commerce

(Bloomberg) – Twenty years after China’s accession to the World Trade Organization, governments around the world are wondering how to handle the heavy weight of exports over the next two decades. Bloomberg’s Most Read While it is widely accepted, even by those who brought China into the global trade tent, …

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Update on the latest cases:

FINANCIAL MARKETS Stocks collapse after gloomy jobs report, as markets hover NEW YORK (AP) – Wall Street is collapsing after a mixed reading on jobs in the United States, a reading investors said was difficult to parse, in the latest episode of market dizzying trading. The S&P 500 was down …

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Moderna executive says company may have Omicron booster ready in March, Health News, ET HealthWorld

By Michael Erman and Julie Steenhuysen NEW YORK, – Moderna Inc could have a COVID-19 recall targeting the Omicron variant tested and be ready to seek clearance in the United States as early as March, the company’s president said on Wednesday. Moderna President Stephen Hoge said he believed that booster …

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The rainbow trout recommendation is maintained

On Tuesday, November 30, the Secretary of State for International Trade announced that the TRA recommendation on imports of Turkish rainbow trout would be maintained and that the trade remedy measure on these goods would remain in place. You can read the TRA’s final decision on this matter in its …

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