E-Editions

Volume 23 No. 48 -- December 8, 2003

12/8/2003
IN  THIS ISSUE: * Customs Advance Notice Rules Could Cost Industry Billions * Industry Accord on Textiles Will Help Move CAFTA Talks * FDA Will Commission Customs …

Volume 23 No. 47 -- December 1, 2003

12/1/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: *  BIS ISSUES FINAL "BEST PRACTICES" ADVICE FOR TRANSSHIPMENTS *  WTO MEMBERS NOT LIKELY TO AGREE ON DOHA TALKS IN DECEMBER *  COURT SENDS …

Volume 23 No. 46 -- November 24, 2003

11/24/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Customs Will Phase-In New Advance Notice Rules * WTO Negotiating Proposal to Enlarge Textile Quotas in 2004 * Failure of FTAA Ministerial Will Accelerate …

Volume 23 No. 45 -- November 17, 2003

11/17/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * BIS Proposes Making SNAP Filing of Documentation Mandatory * Zoellick Concedes CAFTA Will Face Political Fight Next Year * Civil Fine Against Omega …

Volume 23 No. 44 -- November 10, 2003

11/10/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * New BIS Top Cop Making Tougher Enforcement Her Goal * Zoellick Trying to Rescue FTAA Ministerial from Failure * EU Extends Deadline for U.S. to Revise …

Volume 23 No. 43 -- November 3, 2003

11/3/2003
WASHINGTON TARIFF & TRADE LETTER Editor & Co-Publisher:  Samuel M. Gilston * Co-Publisher Martin Kalin P.O. Box 5325, Rockville, MD 20848-5325 * 301-570-4544 …

Volume 23 No. 43 -- November 3, 2003

11/3/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Defense Take New Approach to Imposing Licensing Conditions * Jump in Export License Cases Comes with Longer Review Times * Administration Sticks to …

Volume 23 No. 42 -- October 27, 2003

10/27/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Proposal Would Raise Control Level for Technology Exports * Grand Jury Information May Be Given to Export Licensing Agencies * Comments Take Opposing …

Volume 23 No. 41 -- October 20, 2003

10/20/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * OFAC Improving Handling of TSRA Licenses * U.S. Has Started Talks with China on End of Textile Quotas * Washington Sees Nothing New In EU Beef-Hormone …

Volume 23 No. 40 -- October 13, 2003

10/13/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Use of U.S. Service Manual Triggers Export Enforcement Action * Tougher Trade Sanctions on Syria Loom * Labor Was Missing Issue at WTO Ministerial in …

Volume 23 No. 39 -- October 6, 2003

10/6/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Sun Working to Settle Multiple BIS Charges on Exports * ITC Remands Lawyer for "Tip Sheet" Advice on Steel Comments * FSC/ETI Legislation Starting to Move …

Volume 23 No. 38 -- September 29, 2003

9/29/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Juster Calls for Greater Chinese Cooperation on Export Controls * ITA Has Reopened Record in Softwood Lumber Case * Bush Not Likely to Decide on Steel …

Volume 23 No. 37 -- September 22, 2003

9/22/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Baucus, Grassley Introduce Their Own FSC Bill * BIS Proposes Penalty Guidance for Export Enforcement * Evans Joins Adminstration's Criticism of China …

Volume 23 No. 36 -- September 15, 2003

9/15/2003
SPECIAL REPORT: BEHIND THE SCENES AT FAILED CANCUN MINISTERIAL IN THIS ISSUE: * Special Report on WTO Ministerial Meeting * Singapore Issues Became Surprise Stumbling …

Volume 23 No. 35 -- September 8, 2003

9/8/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * WTO Ministers Likely to Leave Many Empty Brackets in Cancun * U.S. Wants Tailor-Made Deal to Come out of Doha Round * EU Puts Agriculture and Investment …

Volume 23 No. 34 -- September 1, 2003

9/1/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * BIS Imposes High Fines For Export Violations * WTO Makes Last-Ditch Try to Reach Deal on TRIPS and Drugs * WTO Negotiators Drop Toughest Issues Into …

Volume 23 No. 33 -- August 18, 2003

8/18/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Defense Seeks Temporary Unilateral Controls on Materials * U.S., EU Try to Breathe Air Into WTO Cancun Meeting * U.S. Abandons Ambition of Eliminating …

Volume 23 No. 32 -- August 11, 2003

8/11/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Controls on Chip Technology Are Impeding R&D, Industry Claims * International Arbitration Will Be Key to Law for Afghanistan * No Summer Vacation …