Despite the global economic meltdown, South Korea is increasingly becoming a hotbed for direct foreign investment, which reportedly totaled $6.79 billion in the first seven months of this year.
A Manhattan-based shipping company has agreed to pay a $70,000 penalty to settle allegations that it violated export control regulations by arranging for the shipment of scrap metal to a company in Pakistan without the proper license.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has determined that there is a reasonable indication the U.S. industry for ribbons used on scrapbooks and floral arrangements is threatened by imports from China and Taiwan sold at Michael's Stores Inc. and Target Corp.
The U.S. International Trade Commission announced Monday it would begin investigating several major technology companies using, importing or making Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. flash memory chips, at the behest of BTG International Inc., which claims the chips infringe several of its patents.
Archer Daniels Midland Co., Cargill Inc. and Tate & Lyle Americas Inc. have filed a motion to intervene on behalf of the U.S. International Trade Commission in a case involving imports of citric acid and citrate salts from Canada and China.
As part of a push to internationalize China's currency, government officials are reportedly considering whether to broaden a trial program that allows imports and exports to be paid for in yuan.
Industry representative Catfish Farmers of America and several individual U.S.-based catfish farmers have lodged a complaint contesting the results of the International Trade Administration's review of an anti-dumping duty on two companies that export frozen fish fillets from Vietnam.
Nintendo Co. has signed a license agreement with Hillcrest Laboratories Inc. and asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to wind down its investigation into allegations that the remote control devices for its hugely popular Wii video game system infringed several of Hillcrest's patents.
A California statute giving artwork owners and their heirs the right to sue to reclaim works stolen by Nazis is preempted by federal law, an appeals court has affirmed while leaving the door open for the daughter-in-law of a dead Jewish art dealer to recover two paintings she alleges were looted during the Holocaust.
Importer Monviso USA LLC has become the second European food importer in the space of a week to sue the U.S. government over retaliatory duties imposed on food products in the wake of a European ban on hormone-treated beef, alleging the duties have been improperly collected.
Ordered by the U.S. Court of International Trade to reconsider its decision not to halt a steel dumping review involving ArcelorMittal Dofasco Inc., the Department of Commerce has thought the matter over — and come to the same conclusion, it said.
A U.S. International Trade Commission judge has rejected a request by technology security company O2 Micro International Ltd. to bar the deposition of 11 of its employees in the company's patent infringement dispute with Monolithic Power Systems Inc. and other technology designers.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has narrowed an order of exclusion in a final determination against Mems Technology Berhad, which allegedly infringed microtechnology patents held by Knowles Electronics LLC.
C&M International Ltd., the consulting firm affiliated with Crowell & Moring LLP, has picked up one of the nation's leaders in trade policy, U.S. Ambassador to the World Trade Organization and Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Peter Allgeier.
Ten new companies — including Pacific Sunwear of California Inc., Tommy Hilfiger USA Inc. and Marshalls of MA Inc. — have sued the U.S. over clothing import duties, saying the government violated the Fifth Amendment when it charged disparate duties on products targeted to different genders and age groups.
Members of the East African Community trade bloc reportedly plan to adjust their commercial laws in several areas, including banking and insurance, in an effort to increase transparency and raise investors' confidence in cross-border transactions.
The U.S. Department of Commerce cannot use staff problems as an excuse to shirk work, the U.S. Court of International Trade has ruled in a case over Chinese honey dumping duties.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has rescinded a cease-and-desist order it issued against Motorola Inc., in a case Tessera Inc. brought against companies including Spansion Inc. and Qualcomm Inc. over two semiconductor chip patents.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided that imports of kitchen shelving and racks made by Chinese companies that allegedly received electricity subsidies from the Chinese government either harm or threaten domestic producers.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has lopped $9.4 million off a fine to China's NineStar Technology Co. Ltd., overruling an administrative law judge's recommended penalty in an ink cartridge patent investigation brought at the request of Seiko Epson Corp.