/javascript" src="../static/js/analytics.js"> CalTrade Report - USCG Gearing Up for Maritime Security cargo security, U.S. Coast Guard, CalTrade Report, Container Security Initiative - USCG Gearing Up for Maritime Security - July 1 deadline approaches for ''vast changes''../">CalTrade Report Asia Quake Victims 06/01/04 - The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code and the Maritime Transportation Security Act require ports and vessels to control access, monitor activity, and screen personnel, baggage, cargo, and vehicles; Coast Guard is also in the final stages of implementing its International Port Security Program (IPSP) aimed at ''facilitating the implementation of security improvements in ports around the world.'' - 06/01/04 - The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code and the Maritime Transportation Security Act require ports and vessels to control access, monitor activity, and screen personnel, baggage, cargo, and vehicles; Coast Guard is also in the final stages of implementing its International Port Security Program (IPSP) aimed at ''facilitating the implementation of security improvements in ports around the world.'' - USCG Gearing Up for Maritime Security cargo security, U.S. Coast Guard, CalTrade Report, Container Security Initiative - USCG Gearing Up for Maritime Security

 

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USCG Gearing Up for Maritime Security

July 1 deadline approaches for ''vast changes'' to port and cargo security

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WASHINGTON, DC – 06/13/06 – Rebounding from the failure to craft a Free Trade Area of the Americas pact, the Bush Administration is aiming at strengthening trade ties with Brazil in an effort to counter China’s fast-growing economic influence in Latin America; China should not only be seen as an export market with 1.3 billion consumers, but also as a nation of 1.3 billion ''new competitors,'' says US Secretary of Commerce Carlos Guittierez.


US Threatens WTO Action Against China

WASHINGTON, DC – 06/10/06 – The White House is threatening to slap China with a World Trade Organization case unless Beijing responds quickly to US concerns over its lack of action on securing intellectual property rights for US products; talks on bringing the WTO case are at a ''very advanced stage,'' according to a high level official in the Office of the US trade Representative.


High Hopes for Central American Trade Pact

WASHINGTON, DC – 06/08/06 – The US -Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) still faces some hurdles, but could become a reality ''very soon,'' according to Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick; the issues relating to government procurement, intellectual property rights and agriculture still need to be worked through, says the former US Trade Representative following a session of the Organization of American States (OAS) General Assembly in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.





 

 


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