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July 06, 2010 

Today's News and Notes

  • President Obama will deliver remarks tomorrow morning at the White House on export promotion and the President's Export Council. He is also expected to name Ford Motor Co.'s President and CEO to the President's Export Council.
  •  Reuters: "Iran says planes get fuel; EU bans some for safety" (refutes earlier reports that U.S. sanctions were causing countries not to refuel Iranian commercial aircraft)
  • An Iranian-Canadian has been convicted of violating Canadian laws for attempting to export goods to Iran that could be used in nuclear technology. Case marks first time that someone in Canada has been prosecuted for violating Canadian laws implementing U.N. sanctions. Canadian Government press release on this conviction can be found here.
  • New York Times' lead Op/Ed today: Waiting for a Trade Policy from Obama Administration
  • Reuters: China denounces new unilateral U.S. sanctions on Iran

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