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A Series of Articles by John Tulac Welcome to Whither China, 2019-2020.  This series of articles over the upcoming weeks will help prepare any business to deal with the complexities arising out of the interactions between China and the United States and the rest of the world. You’ll learn how …

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Participants in South Korea trade mission sought

San Bernardino County companies that want to increase the business they conduct with foreign countries are being asked to participate in the county’s upcoming trade mission to South Korea. The South Korea mission is scheduled for April 20-27, with the capital city of Seoul being its primary destination, according to …

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SB County to host trade mission to South Korea

San Bernardino County officials and local business leaders will visit South Korea in April to try to expand trade and investment opportunities in the county. Participating companies will have one-on-one appointments that will be  designed for their objectives, according to a statement on the county’s website. Recruiting for the trade mission, …

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Trump Administration’s trade war hasn’t hit the Inland Empire … yet

A 15 percent drop in imports at the Port of Los Angeles could be looming, and that would hurt the loyal logistics industry, if it happens. The Trump Administration’s trade war with China heated up last week when it proposed placing a 10 percent tariff on $200 billion worth of …

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Program designed to help Inland Empire high school students

Started 18 months ago, International Business Partners already has several of its students attending college. Now it hopes to get bigger.  A year and a half ago, Eddy Sumar put together a program for the Riverside Virtual School designed to get students there interested in pursuing a business career. The …

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State cap and trade extension draws mixed reaction

Supporters say it will be good for the environment, but others fear the damage it could do to businesses and working families. Earlier this month, the state legislature handed Gov. Jerry Brown a major victory when it voted to extend California’s main program for battling climate change. The vote on …

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