|import and export||インポートとエクスポート|
· Pricing Trends Favor Micron, But There Is A Dark Cloud Looming →
Micron managed to get a license that enabled them to sell products anyway not subject to the Export Administration regulations.
· Commentary: The US was just not built to handle COVID-19 →
It was used only in select cases, for example when directing 3M to prioritise US government orders for N95 face masks and barring the company from exporting them, or when directing General Motors to manufacture ventilators.
The China Post
· Trump questions render Trudeau speechless for 21 seconds →
Trudeau has long been careful not to criticize Trump as Canada relies on the U.S. for 75 percent of exports.
· South Korea to reopen WTO complaint over Japan's export controls →
Reigniting a bitter row between key U.S. allies, South Korea on Tuesday said it will reopen a complaint filed with the World Trade Organization over Japan's tightened controls on technology exports to its companies, blaming Tokyo for an alleged lack of commitment in resolving mutual grievances.
· Mental-Distancing Investing For The New Economic Paradigm →
On the global front, the same story repeats itself with China’s recovery stalling, given that export orders are being reduced.
· Top US, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand Officials Discuss Hong Kong →
In an official readout, the U.S. Department of State’s spokesperson said the senior officials from the five anglophone countries also discussed “coordination to maintain supply chains for PPE and medical equipment and our joint efforts to control the export of sensitive technology.”
· George Floyd protests: UK opposition parties urge Boris Johnson to suspend export of arms and riot gear to Donald Trump's US →
Pressure is mounting on Boris Johnson to suspend the export of British arms and riot gear to the United States after opposition parties backed a call from human rights groups to intervene.
· Global To Local: Applications invited under new mobile manufacturing policy →
The policy broadly has three objectives: attract global lead firms and value chains such as Apple, Samsung, Oppo and Vivo to start manufacturing mobile phones for exports; build Indian champions for global exports, such as Lava, Micromax, Intex, and Karbonn; and attract investments in select electronic components such as semiconductor devices, transistors, PCBs, sensors, SIP, etc.
· Tamil Nadu brings ordinance to allow private market yards for farm produce →
For the purpose of direct marketing, the government will allow persons to set up collection or aggregation centres with ample infrastructure in the proximity of a production area or within a designated food park with linkages to retail chain or processing/ export unit/premises for the marketing of agricultural produce.
· Australia-India Relations: What to Expect From the Modi-Morrison Virtual Summit →
Australia’s exports to India were valued at A$8 billion and imports at A$21 billion.