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In This Week's Issue

November 13, 2017

Agencies Implement Cuba Policy Reversal
In a move that while not surprising might give U.S companies and travelers whiplash, State, Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Bureau of Industry and...

Indictment, Guilty Pleas in Rolls-Royce Foreign Bribery Scheme
A federal indictment against Petros Contoguris, a Greek citizen residing in Turkey, was unsealed in Columbus, Ohio, U.S. District Court Nov. 7, for his role in a long-running...

Trump Travels to Asia Hoping to Sell Bilateral Deals
While little was expected during the president’s five-country trip, even less was achieved. Speaking at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit Nov. 10, President...

China Pushing for Market Economy Status at WTO
China is once again pursuing consultations with the U.S. at the WTO in another attempt to buck its non-market economy (NME) labeling. In light of a recent Commerce memo that...

TPP-11 Countries Will Keep Talking
Will they or won’t they? Things looked dicey for the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership 11 (TPP-11) Nov. 10 after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau skipped a...

Briefs: North Korea, Biodiesel, MTB

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