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In the News: Lee Sandler, China Talks, Japan FTA, Vietnam Imports

Thursday, September 12, 2019
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Lee Sandler among 500 most influential executives in Florida

“Sandler has since developed a reputation as one of the nation’s pre-eminent international trade lawyers, helping U.S. importers and exporters navigate a changing regulatory environment.”

[Florida Trend]

China, U.S. to hold trade talks in October

“Trade teams from the two countries will hold talks in mid-September before the high-level talks next month, the ministry said.”

[Reuters]

U.S., Japan rush to finish trade deal by Trump’s tight deadline

“Negotiators are now finalizing many of the core elements, including how much Japan is willing to open its agriculture market to U.S. imports, cuts to industrial tariffs, and the treatment of digital trade that could impact U.S. technology giants like Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google. Several people involved in and close to the U.S.-Japan trade talks said that given the tight timeline, it will be challenging to conclude a deal within the next couple of weeks before the UN gathering.”

[Bloomberg]

Vietnam pledges to import more U.S. goods

“In recent talks with US businesspeople and diplomats, Vietnamese officials have spoken of importing greater quantities of products including US coal, natural gas, meat, fruit and other agricultural products, the officials said.”

[Financial Times]

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