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GSP-Lite May Be The Way Ahead for President Trump, Eventually

Approval of the U.S. Generalized System of Preferences renewal by the House should open the door to a return of lower tariffs for emerging markets. Yet, the bill will need Senate and Presidential approval. The latter should not be taken as a given. President Trump does not appear to be “anti-G... Read more →


Bon-Ton’s Financial Fail Follows Sudden Surge in Imports

U.S. department store chain Bon-Ton has entered “selective default” on its borrowings, joining Charming Charlie and Toys’R’Us (both in deeper problems) among others as victims of e-commerce competition. Panjiva data shows Bon-Tons problems have been a long time coming, with U.S. seaborne impor... Read more →


Plastics Makers Hope Complaints Will Resin-ate With ITC

The U.S. ITC has received two anti-dumping petitions relating to plastic resins, marking a turn from previous cases that have focussed on metals and machinery. The PET resin (used in bottles) case against five countries comes as imports increased 9% in the past 12 months on a year earlier. Tha... Read more →

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