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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton waves after taking the stage during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

Industry Applauds Hillary’s Speech, but Worried Over Trade Stance

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trumps are now set to square off in a widely anticipated contentious general election battle.

NAFTA Freight Falls Again in May

The DOT reported that the value of U.S. freight with Mexico and Canada declined for the 17 consecutive month.

CAFTA Allowance Program Doesn’t Lift Dominican Exports

A new recommendation is to add countries to the EIAP to foster regional integration and create further opportunities in other CAFTA countries.


NEA President Makes the Case for Hillary Clinton

The NEA president said Clinton will bring the party together with an inclusive message that will appeal to women in particular.

Hillary Clinton

Democratic Platform Stresses Stronger Trade Deals for U.S. Workers

The party’s platform shifted further left on trade, expressing more skepticism about its benefits.

The owners and top management of the company where the attack occurred remained on the run.

Bangladesh Boy’s Death Puts Spotlight on Country’s Child Labor Issue

The 10-year-old boy worked at a textile factory near Dhaka and died after allegedly being attacked by coworkers.

Columbia Sportswear

SAC Creates Materials Sustainability Index

The Higg MSI provides a common lens for assessing materials impact on climate change, land use, water scarcity, resource depletion, eutrophication and chemistry.

Container port

WTO Report Urges Members to Resist Protectionism

The report shows that 22 new trade-restrictive measures were initiated by WTO members per month during the mid-October to mid-May review period.

Philip Green

Sir Philip Green Castigated by Parliament Report

Report said further investigations are planned, while Green may lose his honorary title.