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Articles by Perry A. Trunick
Pavlo Sher emeta, trade and economy minister for Ukraine, told a BBC audience, “The discussion we are having here is not really East and West, it’s a discussion between the past and the future.”
Foreign trade zones (also known as Free Trade Zones) exist in over 100 countries worldwide. Rules and benefits of operating in or using the zones will vary by country.
In his 2014 State of the Union address, President Barack Obama promised action.
As perhaps the most stunning success of the dot-com era, Amazon is known for the data it collects and the way it uses the information to improve the customer experience.
Bob Foster, mayor of Long Beach, points out one in eight jobs in Long Beach is linked to world trade.
Deputy Administrator Manuel Benítez describes a major shift in the Panama Canal Administration’s strategic thinking.
WT100 analyzes the analysts and finds much to be optimistic about.
When the Staggers Act became law and railroads were economically deregulated, I interviewed a CEO of one of the Class 1 railroads about rail contracts and other changes brought about by the new law.
No export is successful until the seller is paid. Understanding terms of sale spells fast, accurate payment.