Informe revela control de redes criminales en industria maderera de Perú

Este artículo fue escrito por James Bargent de Venezuela y originalmente publicado por Insight Crime en julio 19, 2019. Se reproduce aquí bajo CC BY-NC 3.0. Un nuevo estudio que ofrece un análisis detallado de la industria maderera en Perú pone al descubierto los alarmantes grados de ilegalidad que han contaminado la cadena de suministro maderero del país y … Continue reading Informe revela control de redes criminales en industria maderera de Perú

What Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)?

This article was written by James McBride and Andrew Chatzky and originally appeared on Council on Foreign Relations on January 4, 2019. It is reproduced here under CC BY-NC 4.0. Introduction The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was the centerpiece of President Barack Obama’s strategic pivot to Asia. Before President Donald J. Trump withdrew the United States in 2017, the TPP … Continue reading What Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)?

Argentina Reaches Agreement on US Pork Exports

"Down on the Farm" / February 7, 2015 / Keith / Flickr / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

United States pork will soon be exported to Argentina for the first time in more than 25 years. The Office of the Trade Representative believes that Argentina could be a $10 million market for US pork producers. The US is the largest pork exporter in the world with $6.5 billion exported in 2017.

China’s Growing Appetite for Cuban Cigars

Cuban cigars / July 23, 2005 / Alex Brown / Flickr

Cuban cigars are internationally recognized for their quality and their cost. Over 2,000 people from 70 countries came to the 20th Habanos Cigar Festival in Havana earlier this month. Festival-goers had the opportunity to purchase premium cigars from the island as well as participate in an auction for humidors and other collectible items. The festival … Continue reading China’s Growing Appetite for Cuban Cigars