How can an American importer be compensated for defective products imported from a China supplier? The outlook isn’t good if that supplier wasn’t qualified by anything more than a search engine ranking, such as those that can […]
The U.S. International Trade Commission released a report regarding the trade impact of Internet-based industries. “Digital Trade in the U.S. and Global Economies Part 2,” released on Sept. 11, 2014, identifies the obstacles involved with cross-border digital trade.
Here’s what you need to know about the 331-page paper…
What’s the big deal about having an international trade manager? There’s plenty, actually. While conducting business on a global scale gives your company a chance to grow, it also adds complexity and concerns to your day-to-day operations.
And, unless you’re willing to hire or dedicate staff for the sole purpose of overseeing your trade efforts, chances are you probably need the help of an international trade manager’s help. […]
For two consecutive months, China’s trade surplus has reached record highs. The surplus, $47.3 billion in July and $49.8 billion in August, is 30 percent larger than it was during the same period last year.
Whether temporary or long-term, this export growth (and China’s investment in material goods) is good for the Gulf and its oil products. […]
“A U.S. industry is materially injured or threatened with material injury by reason of imports of certain oil country tubular goods from [these countries],” the ITC said. […]
As patriots, it’s honorable to choose your nation’s goods over those from another country, but sometimes it’s simply not an option. Food campaigners in the U.K. discovered this very thing when they complained about the grocery stores’ lack of home-grown apples. […]