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Earth Day May Get a Little Greener in D.C.

Earth Day May Get a Little Greener in D.C.

Blog May 5, 2016

Next Earth Day may get a little greener in D.C., as a proposed bill would exempt sales of bicycles and bicycle-related products such as wheels, tires, locks, helmets, bicycle clothing, and accessories from sales tax annually on April 22. The bill may motivate residents to start commuting by bicycle or assist those who already cycle to upgrade … Read More

European Union Singapore Free Trade Agreement  –  The Tale of an Island City-State and the World’s Largest Trade Bloc

European Union Singapore Free Trade Agreement – The Tale of an Island City-State and the World’s Largest Trade Bloc

Negotiations for the EUSFTA were launched between Singapore and the EU in 2009. The Goods and Services Agreement was concluded in 2012 and the Investment Protection Chapter in 2014, paving the way for the conclusion of the EUSFTA. The agreement will come into force after it is signed and ratified by both parties. The ratification … Read More