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Presidential power affirmed as Turkey loses steel tariff appeal

The U.S. Court of Appeals has overturned an earlier court decision that ruled against President Trump’s action to double section 232 (national security) tariffs on imports from Turkey. That reaffirms the President’s discretionary power with regards to tariffs. It’s unlikely that the Biden admi... Read more →


Roku takes a hit in patent case, supply chain activity slowing

Streaming media firm Roku has lost part of a patent infringement lawsuit brought by United Electronics at the U.S. International Trade Commission. While ruling that older models of Roku’s remote controls did infringe, the judgement also states that newer models do not. That should limit the on... Read more →

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