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USCIB Urges US and China to Avoid Trade War
USCIB responds to the Trump administration’s plans to impose tariffs on Chinese exports and restrictions on Chinese investment in the U.S., expressing concern over Beijing’s trade abuses while urging the administration to tread carefully to avoid a trade war.


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USCIB Delegation Contributes to Extending a Global Pact on Chemicals
A global framework for chemicals will be extended and include the sound management of associated industrial waste, following an agreement made in Stockholm.

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ICANN Focuses on Compliance of Registration Data and Privacy

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which is responsible for ensuring the security, stability and resilience of the domain name system (DNS), held its Community Forum in San Juan, Puerto Rico on March 10-15. The Forum attracted over 2,000 participants from business, government, civil society, and the technical community from 150 countries, including USCIB Vice President for ICT Policy Barbara Wanner. Over 300 sessions delved into a range of topics relating to the Internet’s addressing and identifier systems. Last year’s implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) drove discussions throughout the week-long meeting.

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