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Has Protectionism Made Sourcing in America Great Again?

In more cases than not, protectionism carries with it negative connotations, but America’s increasingly strained trade relations may be giving Made in America sourcing a little kick in the pants.

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ITC Review Reflects Ups and Downs in Global Trade

The International Trade Commission’s Year in Trade report for 2016 shows mixed results in trade among free trade agreement partner countries and trade preference program nations.

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TradeNews

Mexico Says E-Commerce Provisions, Rules of Origin Changes to NAFTA May Help US Trade Deficit

The threat to slap tariffs on imports from Mexico wasn’t part of the Trump Administration’s recently outlined objectives for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, but dealing with the trade deficit, of course, was.

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Retailers Won’t Rest Until BAT is Officially Dead

The National Retail Federation continues to lobby Congress with regards to the border adjustment tax, reiterating its claim that it would shift corporate tax savings to consumers.

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Egypt’s Cotton Industry Gets $1.72 Million Injection

Looking to boost cotton quality and exports, Egypt’s Ministry of Trade and Industry has signed a cooperation protocol with United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Italian Development Cooperation.

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ITC Moves Ahead on Dumping Petition From Polyester Fiber Producers

The U.S. ITC determined there is a “reasonable indication” that a domestic industry is materially injured by imports of fine denier polyester staple fiber from China, India, South Korea and Taiwan that are "dumped" on the U.S. market.

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US-China Trade Talks Conclude With Little Conclusion

Trade talks between the U.S. and China ended Wednesday without so much as a joint statement on next steps, a plan for future trade relations or a date for the next round of talks.

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