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The World Trade Organization’s Information Technology Agreement was expanded last week to include additional tariff cuts on high-tech trade.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture said the changes to the program will allow license holders to more easily adjust to changing market conditions affecting the dairy sector.
The U.S. State Department Monday released its annual “Trafficking in Persons Report” for 2015, in which it removed Trans-Pacific Partnership member Malaysia from its list of the worst offenders in the areas of human trafficking and slavery.
The Maritime Administration's hoarding of proceeds from vessel sales, refusal to distribute maritime heritage grant funds and continued stonewalling of FOIA requests presents a troubling picture. And it’s not one of a transparent agency.
Brent crude, considered by most analysts to be the global benchmark for oil prices, fell below $50 a barrel for the first time since January amid slowing demand growth and growing global oversupply.
The global shipping transportation services provider, through a separate wholly-owned subsidiary, entered into a time charter contract with Maersk Line A/S, which will charter the m/v Great for $14,750 a day.