Commerce Secretary Announces 2024 Events for Exporters

The Commerce Department plans trade missions and national summits. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo announced the 2024 calendar for exporter events, opening trade missions and small business summits…

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Federal Judge Orders Removal of Wind Turbines from Tribal Lands

The lawsuit was first brought against an unpermitted wind farm over a decade ago. U.S. Court of International Trade Judge Jennifer Choe-Groves has ordered the removal of all…

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U.S. and UK Navies Shoot Down Houthi Missile Barrage 

It was the largest attack yet in the Red Sea, but no injuries or damages were reported. Houthi rebels in Yemen launched one of the largest drone and…

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U.S. and 12 Allies Promise Increased Military Response to Red Sea Attacks

Houthi assaults against commercial vessels are called “illegal, unacceptable, and profoundly destabilizing.” The United States released a joint statement with 12 other nations this week, threatening increased military…

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DOJ Organizes First U.S. Trial in Oil Bribery Scheme

A former employee of Vitol was charged with bribing Ecuadorian officials. The Department of Justice (DOJ) brought its first individual to trial this week as part of a…

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Pentagon Concerned Over Costs of Houthi Attacks

They compare a $2M missile with a $2,000 drone.  Over the past two months, U.S. Navy destroyers have shot down 38 drones and multiple missiles launched by Houthi…

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U.S. Defense Secretary Meets with Israeli Officials

He urged Israel to protect Gazans. U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin met with his Israeli counterpart and the nation’s military chief on Monday in Tel Aviv. Secretary Austin…

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U.S. Joins International Operation to Defend Red Sea Commercial Ships

39 nations commit to dissuade frequent attacks by Houthi rebels. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin announced on December 18 that the United States would be joining 38 nations…

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House Committee Seeks Change in U.S.-China Trade 

They propose revoking China’s permanent normal trade status.  The House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party released a report that supports significant objectives in the U.S.-China trade…

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Legislation Introduced Extending Pell Grants to Short-Term Workforce Programs

House bill would allow students to use grants for training in the trades. A bipartisan group of representatives in the House recently introduced legislation that would allow students…

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