In This Week's Issue


August 18, 2014

CIT: ITAR Workers Not Eligible for TAA
Workers who lost jobs involving items subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are not eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) due to foreign...

Trade Growth Remains Slow in First Half of 2014
The strong post-recession bounce in trade has become a memory as U.S. exports and imports have slowed in the last two years, and first half of 2014 trade figures show...

Some Registered Lobbyists to Be Welcomed Back to ITACs
The Obama administration has walked back one of its early actions to ban registered lobbyists from membership on Industry Trade Advisory Committees (ITACs), including...

Court Rejects Motion to File Amicus Brief in Wood Flooring Case
Parties involved in antidumping cases at the Court of International Trade (CIT) can’t seek to file amicus curiae briefs when they should be intervenors in the suit, CIT Senior...

Briefs in Pulungan Case Debate “Willfulness” Standard
The case of Doli Syarief Pulungan, the Indonesian man whose conviction for exporting riflescopes to Indonesia was overturned and is now filing to collect compensation for his...

OFAC Urges Caution in Applying “Controlled By” Rule
As the Obama administration continues to expand sanctions against Russian and other entities, Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) tried to clarify confusion...

Briefs: Sudan, Export Enforcement, Russia, Trade People

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