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Jan 22, 2016

HOS rules to remain suspended

The U.S. truck driver hours-of-service rules implemented in 2013 and suspended in 2015 will remain on-hold, an Federal… Read more 

Jan 20, 2016

WTO Information Technology Agreement Conclusion Eliminates Tariffs

The Government of Canada announced the conclusion of negotiations on the expansion of the World Trade Organization (WTO)… Read more 

Jan 20, 2016

Environment Canada issues Notice to Importers, Exporters & Mfg. with Respect To Hydrofluorocarbons in Bulk

Environment Canada recently issued a notice advising importers, exporters and manufacturers of hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) that they are required… Read more 

Jan 20, 2016

Port automation price tag in California could reach billions of dollars

Automation is coming to West Coast ports, but it will not be cheap.

Jan 19, 2016

Swelling inventories bad for shippers

Overstocked inventories was one of many factors blamed for suppressed freight volumes in December.

Jan 18, 2016

Mexico moves to protect trademarks and industrial property

Written by: Tania Ordaz, GTM Governance Latin America In a globalized world, obtaining legal protection on innovation and… Read more 

Jan 18, 2016

Untangling global trade

Global trade continues to evolve, and with its growth the complexities of doing business internationally get further intertwined… Read more 

Jan 15, 2016

Yes, They Are Serious

Written by: George Reed, GTM Governance For those who have been in the “export compliance world” for a… Read more 

Jan 15, 2016

Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

Written by: Angela Parkin and Brad Lehigh, GTM Governance On October 5, 2015 after seven years of negotiations,… Read more 

Jan 15, 2016

The Evolution of Trade Agreements

Written by: Angela Parkin, GTM Governance The recent signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement by twelve member… Read more