The American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) recently joined hands with more than 100 trade associations in urging the maintenance of NAFTA’s cross-border trucking provisions in any renegotiated agreement.
The United States, Mexico and Canada failed to resolve any major differences in a fifth round of NAFTA talks, drawing complaints from the Trump administration on Tuesday that the lack of progress could doom the process.
Some European Union members are resisting EU plans to raise the tax bill of tech multinationals, in moves that are likely to cause a public outcry after several disclosures of corporate tax avoidance schemes.
Up to 35 people were injured in a cosmetic factory fire in New York on Monday, after two consecutive explosions went off inside the Hudson Valley-based building. The factory had recently been cited for safety violations.
Cross-border shoppers should continue to buy from UK websites post-Brexit a new report shows, despite concerns that potential tariff barriers could deter them but only if prices don’t rise and delivery flexibility rises.
The expansion of Bicester Village and McArthurGlen's latest sales report show just how strong out-of-town outlet malls are at present. But a new report says urban schemes are where future growth is going to come from.
Adidas, a long-standing sponsor of FIFA, “would have a problem” with the global soccer body if it was found to have broken the law by a U.S. investigation into bribery, the company’s chief executive told a German paper.
96 percent of retailers reported organized retail crime in the 13th annual National Retail Federation study published today. Losses increased to $726,351 per $1 billion in sales, up from $700,259 last year.
Black Friday will see Britons going on a £2.6BN shopping spree and spending £1.8M a minute, a new study shows. Spending on the day will rise 8% and over Black Friday week, it should rise 4% to £10.1bn.
The tightest U.S. labor market this century is putting pressure on margins for freight haulers and warehouse operators as they bid for hundreds of thousands of workers to move packages during the peak holiday period.
Mexican negotiators will propose that the NAFTA be rigorously reviewed every five years rather than the US idea of automatic expiration, an official said on Wednesday as the fifth round of talks got under way.