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December 04, 2009 

International Trade Law News Twitter Updates for Week of 11/30/09 to 12/4/09

Summary of International Trade Law News Twitter Updates (@tradelawnews) for Week of 11/30/09 to 12/4/09:
  • At EU-China business summit today, China's Premier urged EU to relax export controls on high-tech products to China:
  • GAO issues report on DOJ's selection of corporate monitors in deferred prosecution and non-prosecution agreements:
  • Today marks 10th anniversary of infamous Seattle WTO Ministerial protests. Seattle Times follow-up story here:
  • In letter to President Obama, U.S. Chamber of Commerce (@chamberpost) advocates modernizing export controls
  • Presentations from the 2009 BIS Update Conference on Export Controls held earlier this year are now available at
  • Dallas Morning News: "A tiny Texas plane maker says exports make jobs soar" /5aKWc
  • NYT: 6 former Siemens officials agree to pay total of 18 million euros in damages resulting from bribery scandal:
  • RT @tradelawyer: Legal Alert - Key Developments in Canadian Trade Controls and Economic Sanctions During 2009
  • BBC News: North Korean designer jeans to go on sale in Sweden
  • Follow-up to previous tweet: Goods of North Korean origin may not be imported directly or indirectly to US w/out approval letter from OFAC




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