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Category Archive: Trade Policy

USDA Halts Imports of Fresh Beef from Brazil

Category: Imports, Trade Policy

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue yesterday announced the suspension of all imports of fresh beef from Brazil because of recurring concerns about the safety of the products intended for the American market. In the wake of the Brazilian government investigation into alleged bribery of food-sanitation inspectors, some 20…

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Pacific Alliance Expansion Plans

Category: Markets, Trade Policy

Could the Pacific Alliance become the vehicle for the economic ties across the Pacific Rim that were the aim of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)? The four members of the trade bloc – Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru – are among Latin America’s leading advocates for free trade and the region’s…

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Actively Seeking Trade Ties | Mercosur

Category: Markets, Trade Policy

Mercosur is looking for opportunities to do more cross-border business both within the five-member trade bloc and beyond. Foreign ministers are set to meet March 9 to discuss lowering barriers to trade among the countries that make up the “Common Market of the South” – Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and…

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Ban on Forced-Labor Imports Tightened

Category: Imports, Trade Policy

by John M. Peterson, guest columnist Congress recently (and quietly) removed an exception to the 85-year-old prohibition on importing goods made with forced and indentured labor. Section 910 of the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2016 repeals the “consumptive demand exception” to the ban, closing what had become…

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