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2020 Incoterms Fall Short of Industry Expectations, May Require Updated Contracts, Lawyers Say

Although the International Chamber of Commerce’s 2020 incoterms did not make the significant revisions that industries expected, it did introduce several changes that may require updated contacts between importers and exporters.Subscribe to Read >>

UK, EU Agree on New Brexit Deal, but UK Parliament Still Must Approve

United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson will take a second European Union exit deal to the U.K. Parliament on Oct. 19, after coming to new terms with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on an agreement on Brexit. Under the deal…Subscribe to Read >>

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US Entity List Additions Unlikely to Impact Trade Talks, but Could Lead to Retaliation, Trade Experts Say

The Commerce Department’s Oct. 9 blacklisting of several Chinese technology companies may not impact trade negotiations this week but could lead to significant retaliation against U.S. companies, trade experts said. And while the Trump administration insisted the Entity List decisions…Read More >>

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Society for International Affairs Fall Advanced Conference, Washington, D.C. (here)
Oct
29
Sensors and Instrumentation Technical Advisory Committee Meeting, Washington, D.C., 9:30 a.m. (here)
Oct
29
Center for Strategic and International Studies Event on Managing the Risk of Tech Transfer to China, Washington, D.C., 2-4 p.m. (here)
Oct
30
Washington International Trade Association Event on CFIUS, Export Controls, and the Supply Chain Executive Order (here)
Nov
6
Coalition of New England Companies for Trade 2019 Northeast Cargo Symposium, Providence, R.I. (here)
Dec
13
European Commission 2019 Export Control Forum, Brussels (here)
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5–6
National Association of Foreign-Trade Zones Fundamentals of FTZs Seminar 2020, Orlando, Florida (here)