Monthly Archives: June 2011

GSP Progress Stalls: Hearing Cancelled; Three Amendments could affect GSP

The Republicans boycotted the Senate Finance Hearing that was to begin at 3p today.  Rules require that at least one Republican attend – and none did. That forces any and all action on GSP renewal and other aspects of the trade … Continue reading

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Congress Agrees to Move Trade Agenda – including GSP!

This just in! It appears that agreement was reached earlier today between the key Members of Congress to allow renewal of the Generalized System of Preferences for a two-year period. The renewal would include the opportunity for those U.S. importers … Continue reading

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Sandler Trade LLC Moves and Grows

Sandler Trade LLC has moved to 1050 17th Street, Suite 1000, in downtown Washington’s K Street area near Farragut North metro. Map The space is host to 51 different companies, which facilitates a unique synergy among attorneys, consultants, import-export specialists, accountants, NGOs, and health professionals. … Continue reading

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