Business coalition gets victory, eyes more on new rule

Tiron, Roxana
December 2008
Hill;12/10/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 133, p20
The article reports on the victory of U.S. business coalition against Department of homeland Security on the battle over inter-agency rule and it expectations on new import trade regulations.


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