Extractions: Search You are here: News and Analysis > KnitAmericas > Front Page 08/06/2004 02:50:32 (G.M.T.) Unifi and Sara Lee strike nylon deal Unifi has bought the hosiery yarn and texturing assets of Sara Lee Branded Apparel for $2.6 million and entered into a long-term deal to be the hosiery makers nylon supplier. Radici committed to US and Europe Paolo Antonietti, chief executive of Radici Fibres, says that the group is committed to production in Europe and the USA. He emphasised flexible operations and a move away from commodities. ... Contact
HTML REDIRECT An electronic repository of full text documents from select publications, covering trade and commerce information in regard to NAFTA, and central and south america. http://www.tamiu.edu/coba/usmtr/
Extractions: Our Organization The CNATCA provides a collaborative framework for business, educational, and government/tribal leaders to address economic issues, to accomplish greater continental unity, to encourage the continued economic integration between the three North American countries, and to foster greater collective involvement in the emerging global economy. The Association works to engage its members in proactive global citizenship and to encourage public servants to focus on issues of critical importance to the economic strength of Central North America in a non-partisan way. The Association is recognized as a 501c6 non-profit organization. Home Sign Guestbook View Guestbook Contact Us
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Extractions: Our library catalog. This link takes you into the "Basic Searches" screen where you can search by author, title, etc. The "Advanced Searches" option lets you limit by date, additional keywords, collection area, and so on. In your list of results, the Location column lists the call numberwhere the book is shelved. To get books or articles that Gustavus does not own, use Interlibrary Loan MNLINKMinnesota Library Information Network Specific Regions China Statistical Yearbook. (Ref. HA4631.C47) International Historical Statistics : Europe 1750-1993. (Ref. HA 1107.M55 1998) There are several volumes in this series that contain historical statistics. International Historical Statistics : the Americas 1750-1993. (Ref. HA 175.M55 1998) International Historical Statistics : Africa, Asia and Oceania 1750-1993. (Ref. HA 4675.M55 1998)
Extractions: GMA is committed to reducing trade barriers and increasing market access for processed food products globally. Processed food and beverage trade is increasing twice as fast as trade in primary commodities, and is expected to account for nearly 75 percent of global agrifood trade by 2002. Click below to read more about GMA's work on these issues.
Extractions: The Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), is a regional agreement between the U.S. and five Central American countries: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, the negotiations for the terms of which concluded in December 2003. The Dominican Republic was also "docked" onto the agreement. CAFTA could come up for a vote in Congress as early as July 2004. Based on the NAFTA model, CAFTA would push ahead the corporate globalization agenda that has caused a "race to the bottom" in labor and environmental standards in the U.S. and Central America. CAFTA would also include services provisions promoting the privatization and deregulation of fundamental public services. In addition, CAFTA would remove all tariff barriers in the five Central American countries on imported agricultural products. This would allow cheaply grown and heavily subsidized U.S. corn and other basic grains to flood local markets (subsidies that almost exclusively benefit giant agribusiness in the U.S.). Small farmers in Central America, already devastated by the importation of cheaply grown agribusiness U.S. grains, years of drought, and the massive fall of coffee prices on the world market, would face the extinction of their livelihoods. CAFTA would likely force a massive migration of erstwhile farmers to large urban areas to work in the informal sector or maquilas (sweatshops), or to risk a dangerous journey to seek work in the U.S.
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Extractions: Miami-Dade's Official Partnership for International Trade The Jay Malina International Trade Consortium of Miami-Dade County (ITC) formerly known as The Trade Mission Center of the Americas, Inc. (TMC) began its partnership with Miami-Dade County in early 2000 when it was approved by the Board of County Commissioners with the goal of promoting trade with Latin America and the Caribbean through the County. The ITC offers financial support, coordination and certification to incoming and outgoing trade missions and forges domestic trade alliances with other North American cities seeking to export to this region. The Miami Customs District handles 44% of all U.S. trade with Central and South America and the Caribbean, which makes it the nationâs undisputed leader in hemispheric trade. Miami has also served as the headquarters of the FTAA Secretariat, which oversees the negotiations to create a Free Trade Area of the Americas. The ITC draws on this expertise, acting as a one-stop trade clearinghouse. Its Board of Directors includes representatives of virtually all trade-related economic development organizations in Miami-Dade County, as well as the Office of the Mayor and the Board of County Commissioners.
Stop The Central American Free Trade Agreement! where laws fall far below international standards and towards the larger, Free TradeArea of include every country in central america, south america, and the http://www.campaignforlaborrights.org/alerts/2004/may22-cafta.htm
Extractions: (202) 544-9355, email@example.com Home About Us Alerts Campaigns ... Resources Posted May 22, 2004 Our Congressional representatives and Senators will be in their home districts from May 24 to 31. As U.S. citizens we need to hold our elected officials responsible and call on them to vote against the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). The U.S. Trade Representative and the trade ministers of the five Central American countries will officially sign the CAFTA on May 28 in Washington, DC. President Bush had officially notified the U.S. Congress under the Trade Promotion Authority law (AKA Fast Track) on February 20th of the administration's intention to sign the agreement. This process could lead to a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate before Congress' summer recess on July 23rd. But, the momentum is on our side. Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill in recent weeks have acknowledged that right now they do not have the votes to pass CAFTA in the House of Representatives. We CAN defeat CAFTA if, in concert with our partners in Central America, we make the advocacy efforts to do so.
Extractions: THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND COMMERCE PRACTICE AREA Luis Guinot, Jr. World Trade Representation The Attorneys in our International Trade and Commerce Department represent foreign governments in their trade relations, both bilateral relations with the United States and other countries, and through world trade mechanisms such as the World Trade Organization (WTO) and NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement). With the precedent of NAFTA, we expect that Western Hemispheric free trade agreements will multiply over the next decade or possibly become part of an enlarged multinational free trade zone modeled after NAFTA. Representation of U.S. Businesses in Foreign Jurisdictions The Firms International Trade and Commerce attorneys represent U.S. Companies that currently do business, or seek to do business, in foreign countries, particularly in Central and South America, the Caribbean Basin, Mexico, and Western Europe. These lawyers also represent U.S. based corporations in litigation and administrative proceedings in foreign nations. We have experience in all aspects of foreign investment transactions, including real estate acquisition, construction, financing, import-export regulation, taxes and tariffs, regulatory compliance, distribution, licensing and franchising. Our extensive network of contacts in these jurisdictions facilitates the smooth transaction of clients business abroad.
Extractions: Related links of interest: Regional:North America:Business and Economy Society:Issues:Economic:International:Trade:Free Trade Area of the Americas Society:Government:Multilateral:Regional:North American Free Trade Agreement Bush's Trade Policy: The NAFTA Express - Foreign Policy In Focus' Karen Hansen-Kuhn compares the Clinton administration and NAFTA with the Bush administration with an outlook on Free Trade Area of the Americas. Canada Slapped with NAFTA Lawsuit Against Another Environmental Law - Press release from Public Citizen Global Trade Watch, reporting on demand for compensation, and Canada's need to repeal a health law to dodge other free trade violations. Canspiracy - The anti-Canadian conspiracy. Exposing the continentalist agenda whose aim is North American integration. Global Trade Watch: NAFTA Coverage - Introduction, report cards, job loss database, broken promises of the agreement, and the"The NAFTA Index". Impact on California - A preliminary report from the California Trade and Commerce Agency, assessing the affects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on commerce and industry in the State. NAFTA Forum - United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce's forum considers matters important to trade, commerce and international relations.
Extractions: Home Site Contents Privacy Council Services ... Contact Us find You are in: Manchester City Council Libraries Central Library Commercial Library ... Contact us The library holds many useful directories for trading on an international basis. Some examples are listed below. Staff will be pleased to help with any queries regarding individual countries. Trade Partners Advice and information from UK government. Also features a searchable database of trade websites specific to country and industry. HM Customs and Excise All you need to know about importing and exporting and the systems and procedures you need to follow, from high-level introductory guidance to in-depth information on many topics such as Intrastat and tariff quotas. Information on exporting from UK chambers of commerce.
GT Global Trade Practice Group The international trade disputes he has judged have involved billions of Canada, Japan,Mexico, the Caribbean, and central and south america, among others. http://www.gtlaw.com/practices/intl_trade/index.asp
Extractions: Greenberg Traurig works worldwide on trade policies, remedies, negotiations, disputes, and other commercial issues as part of the firms comprehensive and full-service international practice and presence. A unique feature of our Global Trade Practice Group is the combination of experience and insight we offer to clients in strategic trade consulting and overall representation on issues relating to the global trade rules of the World Trade Organization. The Chairman of the Greenberg Traurig Global Trade Practice Group is James Bacchus , who has recently returned to the firm after a leave of absence while he served as Chairman of the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization. The seven-member Appellate Body is the court of final appeal in international trade in Geneva, Switzerland. The seven judges of the Appellate Body hear final appeals in international trade disputes involving the 95 percent of the world commerce conducted by the 146 countries and other customs territories that are the Members of the WTO. Bacchus is the only Member of the Appellate Body to have served on the tribunal during all of the sixty appeals in the first eight years of the new international trade institution, which is the global successor to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade the GATT. The international trade disputes he has judged have involved billions of dollars in trade annually relating to goods, services, and intellectual property ranging from apples and bananas, to automobiles and airplanes, to semiconductors and supercomputers, to textiles and pharmaceuticals, and, most recently, to steel.