Monthly Archives: October 2017

The Case Against China’s Escalating Import Bans

While the original bans laid out in China’s notification to the World Trade Organization (WTO) on July 18th puts 18 percent of US to China waste and scrap exports by volume at risk (about $532 million worth), a complete ban, as drafted by China’s State Council, would jeopardize the entire $5.2 billion trade between the…
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Chinese Factories Closed For Code Violations May Never Reopen

Chinese factories shutdown around October 1st in observance of The National Golden Week, a holiday implemented by the government of the People’s Republic of China to promote domestic tourism, allow workers to visit relatives in remote rural areas, and improve the country’s standard of living.   Though October’s Golden Week is cause for celebration and…
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