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The Mexican Port System.

Latin American Ports Congress to Discuss Key Issues

Scheduled for Merida, Mexico, from Nov. 29 to Dec. 2, the event will bring together more than 400 international port leaders.

USFIA Elects Macy’s Exec Michael Singer as New Chairman

As new chairman of USFIA, Singer will advocate for TPP and other market-opening initiatives as well as help manage Customs and compliance issues for its members.

Honduras Urged to Diversify Export Base Beyond U.S.

Exports of goods processed in duty-free and tax-free export processing zones, or maquilas, last year totaled $2 billion.

los angeles port

China Leads Apparel, Textile Import Plunge in March

Several factors likely had an impact on double-digit declines, including last year’s West Coast port crisis and excess inventories.

Mickey Kantor and Bill Clinton

Former USTR Mickey Kantor Speaks Out on Trade

The former U.S. Trade Representative says he believes TPP can pass this year in a lame duck session of Congress.

Maersk's Culzean gas field project.

Low Freight Rates Hit Maersk Group Profits

Maersk reported profits for the period fell 86 percent to $224 million from $1.57 billion in the year-ago period.

A BHS store

British Government Minister Turns Up Heat on Sir Philip Green

Britain’s business secretary Sajid Javid is the latest official to launch a probe into the collapse of BHS.

U.S. Customs officials r

Customs Establishes Trade Enforcement Task Force

Customs task force will target illicit trade.

U.S. Trade Representative Pushes for TPP Passage in Congress

Despite uncertainty from a presidential race and Americans’ anxiety about jobs, U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman at the Milken Institute Global Conference said “It’ll get done this year.”