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Fort McMurray wildfire rebuild: homeowners to be compensated for increased drywall duties

Canada will slash anti-dumping duties on U.S. drywall imports after a trade panel ruled that maintaining levies imposed last fall would harm consumers and businesses, federal Finance Minister… 623 more words


Cadence Column: Asia, February 27, 2017

Americans love flags. The over-sized flag, the “Star Spangled Banner”, was a strategic tool of Fort McHenry at the Battle of Baltimore and the US national anthem itself is named after the flag. 530 more words


Mexico Tariff Will Attract, Not Deter, Immigrants

When word got out in January 1848 that gold had been discovered at Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, California, near Sacramento, it triggered the famous California Gold Rush, which in a few short years brought some 300,000 fortune seekers to the territory, whose population at the time was just 155,000, most of them Native Americans. 659 more words


No Tariffs Will Be Assigned on Medium Truck and Bus Tires from China

No tariffs will be assessed on truck and bus tires manufactured in China and imported into the U.S. The International Trade Commission (ITC) has upended the tariff investigation by voting today against imposing tariffs on these products. 219 more words

Budget 2017: Water prices to rise by 30% over 2 years

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Water prices will increase by 30 per cent in two phases over the next two years, starting from 1 July this year. 592 more words

Current Affairs

CONVENTION PREVIEW: Trade Policies in the Age of Trump

President Donald Trump is leading the most consequential shift in U.S. trade policy in decades. What specific issues can impact your warehouse logistics business? Eric Miller, president, Rideau Potomac Strategy Group, is a cross-border consultant tackling trade, supply chain and transportation issues, government affairs, technology challenges, and geopolitical developments. 114 more words

3PL Intel

When the biggest importer raise tariff on the biggest exporter

When Donald Trump was running for president, he promised to bring back jobs to the US. It seems like he is taking actions already. Besides the raising tariff on Mexican imports by 20%, Donald Trump is continuing to build a strong protectionism market by planning to raise tariff in Chinese goods as he promised in his campaign, raising… 313 more words