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End-of-the-Year Trade Developments — Cuban Sanctions, Sony Cyber Attack, Chinese Commercial Cyberespionage …….

           …..      Late December saw some very interesting trade developments. They include a presidential vow to normalize diplomatic and trade relations with Cuba and an apparent cyber attack by N. Korea on Sony. Discussions continue concerning the TPP and making … Continue reading

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Global Trade & Geopolitics Today — China, Cyberespionage, Sanctions, Bribery ……. Trade is More than Trade.

           Huge issues concerning global trade policy have emerged the last few weeks. They range from new economic sanctions, inequality and trade agreements,  foreign investment treaties, global bribery, new WTO panel decisions against China, multinational taxation, and cyberespionage for commercial … Continue reading

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U.S. Cyber Activity and Global Trade Transactions — They are Related.

    Cyber activity (snooping) and global transactions are related. In more ways than you think. It’s more than just stealing trade secrets. It is clear that the recent disclosures concerning NSA surveillance is already  generating a great deal of debate within the United … Continue reading

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