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The CPTPP Enters into Force: What Does it Mean for Global Trade?

Global - January 21 2019 The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) entered into force on December 30, 2018. The Agreement will...

Christopher F. Corr, Francisco de Rosenzweig, Matt Solomon, William Moran.


Trade policy shifts create challenges and opportunities for cross-border business

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - March 24 2017 Brexit, new rules governing access to EU markets and a new US president promising major trade policy changes may generate new opportunities for...

Dean A. Barclay, Jacquelyn MacLennan, Sara Nordin, Fabienne Vermeeren, Gregory Spak.


Trade in the balance: Europe's new Union Customs Code

European Union - April 19 2016 From cutting-edge California mobile devices and Chinese manufactured products sold throughout Europe to French luxury items and German automobiles...

Jacquelyn MacLennan, Osamu Umejima, Sara Nordin, Fabienne Vermeeren, Gregory Spak.


China amends Regulations on Supervision and Management of Medical Devices; prior marketing approval requirement to import medical devices remains unchanged

China - May 2 2014 On March 31, 2014, China Premier Mr.Li Kequiang signed Decree No. 650 on the amended Regulations on Supervision and Management of Medical Devices...

David E. Bond, James Killick.


China and Korea progress to second phase of bilateral FTA negotiations; intersection of RCEP and TPP remains key area of interest

South Korea, China - October 3 2013 Chinese and Korean negotiators convened for three days in early September 2013 for the seventh round of China-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA)...

Christopher F. Corr, Patrick W. Ma.