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Bangladesh High Court Puts New Accord on Hold

The Bangladesh High Court issued a stay this week on implementation of the Bangladesh Accord for Building and Fire Safety 2018.

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Could 3-D Printing Signal an End to Cross-Border Trade?

3-D printing is often viewed as an opportunity for companies, but the emergence of this technology could be curtains for cross-border trade.

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Could NAFTA End Up Being a US-Canada Bilateral Trade Deal?

Though a recent study said ending the North American Free Trade Agreement could cost the U.S. up to 50,000 jobs in the auto parts industry alone, President Trump still seems to be very cavalier about whether the renegotiations will end in a deal or no deal.

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Used-Clothing Trade Causes Contention Between US and East African Nations

The commercial enterprise of U.S. companies selling used clothing to African countries doesn’t seem a likely source of controversy, but the issue has become one of contention on two continents.

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WTO Members Grill China Over Waste Import Ban Impacting Textile Recycling

Five World Trade Organization members questioned China’s import ban on solid waste, particularly for certain scrap materials that could have an impact on the textile industry, at an Oct. 3 meeting of the WTO Committee on Import Licensing.

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USTR: Once NAFTA Trade Talks are Resolved, CAFTA’s Next

Once the “problem” of trade within this America is solved, the U.S. government will be looking to Latin America to tackle imbalances there.

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