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Kangaroo Stir Fry

Living in Australia is awesome and made even better when you have access to fresh kangaroo meat.  This took less than 15 minutes to make and is a great post workout meal. 77 more words


Is India Open For Business?

The Sixth Review of the Trade Policies and Practices of India offered an excellent opportunity to learn about the development of the trade, economic, and investment policies of India since its previous WTO Review in 2011, and its overall readiness for business. 273 more words


Non-tariff measures and barriers to free trade

* This is my article for BusinessWorld Weekender last week.

Trade, human welfare, and their barriers

TRADE is perhaps the single most important invention made by humanity to improve their condition and welfare. 953 more words

US Customs to assist exporters in resolving disputes with foreign customs

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published a Federal Register Notice inviting U.S. exporters to request CBP’s assistance in resolving disputes with foreign customs agencies over the tariff classification or customs valuation of U.S. 567 more words


China Upset About the Tire Tariffs

China’s Commerce Ministry criticized the U.S. for imposing duties on certain passenger and light truck tires imported from the country, according to Reuters. The ministry called the move “unreasonable” and harmful to world trade. 219 more words

Groups urge Congress to keep Country of Origin labeling in place

A coalition of 283 farm, rural, consumer, manufacturer, labor, faith and environmental groups from across the United States delivered a letter to the House of Representatives urging Congress to reject the effort to repeal the country of origin labeling  law for beef, pork and chicken, the Consumer Federation of America said today. 429 more words