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The Chinese Government Finally Regulates Mask Production

April 02, 2020

the Chinese government started to crack down on the manufacturing and sale of masks of questionable quality.

USTR grants tariff exclusions amid fight against COVID-19

March 25, 2020

The United States Trade Representative grants exclusions to products listed on List 3 of Section 301 tariffs.

Amazon Responds to COVID-19: New Jobs and Prioritized Sales

March 18, 2020

This online retailer aims to create practical solutions to keep up with the "unprecedented" labor needs and the increased demand for essential products.

Coronavirus Update: Air Cargo in a Tough Position

March 18, 2020

As the Coronavirus pandemic spreads in full effect, aircraft carriers are using passenger planes to move cargo.

Quick Update: Air Freight Suffers from Europe Travel Ban

March 18, 2020

President Trump's decision to issue a Europe travel ban has drastically increased the prices of air freight and decreased commercial cargo capacity.

BREAKING NEWS: Trump Issues Travel Ban from Europe

March 17, 2020

As a response to growing fears of the COVID-19, President Trump issued a 30-day travel ban to and from Europe.

Coronavirus Update: China is getting back on track

February 27, 2020

China is recovering, weeks after the deadly coronavirus hit the country.

Amazon flags listings that claim to “cure” or “kill” the coronavirus

February 24, 2020

As global communities grow more afraid of the coronavirus, Amazon sellers are using this as an attempt to make money.

Amazon is Stockpiling: Coronavirus Keeps Chinese Factories Closed

February 26, 2020

With the spread of the coronavirus, Amazon sellers are running out of Chinese goods to sell.

Direct Coronavirus Update from China: The Country is Slowly Recovering

February 19, 2020

The spread of the coronavirus disease has delayed or entirely stopped the operations of major multinational manufacturers in China, which has been proven to have a direct impact on international trade, port capabilities, and labor.