IMO CCC – London, UK – September 11-15

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IMO CCC – London, UK – September 11-15

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On September 11-15 Katy Lee, Secretariat of the IGTC, will travel to London, UK to participate in the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Subcommittee on the Carriage of Cargoes and Containers (CCC). In London, Katy will be working closely with the International Dry Bulk Terminals Association, to monitor and respond to…

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U.S.-China AQSIQ Survey Team – Mid-West – September 10-20

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On September 10-20 NAEGA Senior Advisor Kirk Miller will join a group of China AQSIQ officials for a survey tour of grain supply chain facilities in the Mid-West. The trip, supported by the USDA FAS, NAEGA, U.S. Soybean Export Council, U.S. Grains Council, American Soybean Association and the United Soybean…

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IGC MCC Meeting – London, UK – September 8

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On Friday, September 8 Katy Lee, Secretariat of the International Grain Trade Coalition (IGTC) will travel to London to attend and participate in the International Grain’s Council’s (IGC) Market Conditions Committee (MCC) meeting. During the meeting Katy will be presenting before the MCC on Current Developments in Policy and Practice…

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IGTC Working Visit

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On July 20-August 5 Katy Lee, IGTC Secretariat, will travel to Melbourne and Sydney, Australia to conduct an IGTC Working Visit with Grain Trade Australia (GTA). In Australia, Katy will coordinate closely GTA and Sydney-based corporate stakeholders to gather insight as well as inform IGTC policy files. Katy will also…

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IGTC Meetings – Geneva – June 20-23

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NAEGA President and CEO Gary Martin will travel to Geneva, Switzerland on June 20-23 for a series of meetings with NAEGA and IGTC corporate stakeholders and government officials. In Geneva, Gary has planned meetings to report on and receive recommendations for IGTC actions to: address the facilitation of trade with…

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IPPC ePhyto IAG Meeting – Arlington – June 27-29

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NAEGA will host and attend meetings related to the International Plant Protection Convention’s development  of Electronic Phyto-Sanitary Certification.  On June 26-30 Katy Lee, Secretariat of the International Grain Trade Coalition (IGTC) will travel to Arlington, VA to join Gary at three meetings: NAEGA will host the  of  IPPC ePhyto Hub…

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ISF World Seed Congress

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IGTC Secretariat Katy Lee will travel to Budapest, Hungary on May 21-22 to attend the International Seed Federations (ISF) World Seed Congress. During the Congress Katy will participate in the ISF’s Plant Breeding Innovation Working Group meeting on May 21 and the Breeders Committee open meeting on May 22. A…

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Comments on Significant Trade Deficit Countries

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The U.S. Secretary of Commerce and the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) are requesting public comments regarding significant U.S. trade deficits. Pursuant to Executive Order 13786, Commerce and USTR are preparing to submit to the President an Omnibus Report on Significant Trade Deficits. In preparation for this report, the Secretary of…

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IGTC Working Visit

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On January 30-February 15 Katy Lee, Secretariat of the International Grain Trade Coalition (IGTC) will travel to Delhi and Mumbai, India to conduct a working visit with IGTC members the Soybean Processors Association of India (SOPA) and the Solvent Extractors Association of India. During her time there, Katy will conduct…

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Sri Lanka Import Duty on U.S. Soybean Meal

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On November 10, the Sri Lankan government is enforcing a 5 percent duty on all imported U.S. soybean meal. Prior to enforcement of the duty, U.S. soybean meal was imported into Sri Lanka at zero duty under an exemption for ingredients used to manufacture poultry feed. The new duty does…

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