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Sent: 2010-03-14 8:29 AM
Subject: 2010 Trade Policy Agenda
2010 Trade Policy Agenda
Washington — President Obama, in his 2010 Trade Policy Agenda sent to Congress March 1, pledged the United States will build on existing trade agreements to strengthen the global trading system and uphold American values and commitments around the world.
The agenda items highlighted by USTR include the following:
*Support and strengthen a rules-based trading system. The United States strongly supports an ambitious and balanced Doha agreement that liberalizes three core market-access areas: agriculture, goods and services.
*Enforce rights in the rules-based trading system. USTR will strengthen further monitoring and enforcement, bringing cases at the World Trade Organization (WTO) as necessary, will increase focus on nontariff barriers that hinder exports, and will fully enforce labor and environmental rights in trade agreements.
*Enhance U.S. growth, job creation and innovation. The United States will emphasize bilateral relations with emerging markets as well as with long-standing key partners, and will pursue regional engagement, particularly negotiation of a Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement to access key markets in the Asia-Pacific for decades to come.
*Work to resolve outstanding issues with pending free trade agreements (FTAs) and build on existing agreements. Proper resolution and implementation of the pending FTAs with Panama, Colombia and South Korea can bring significant economic benefits. In 2010, USTR will continue to consult with Congress and the public and to engage with these nations to address outstanding issues. It will also strengthen relationships with current partners such as Canada, Mexico, Japan and the European Union.
*Facilitate progress on national energy and environmental goals. Good trade policy can accelerate the success of sound energy and environmental initiatives and can complement sustainable growth. USTR will support fast-tracking action with willing partners in the WTO’s work on liberalizing trade in innovative, climate-friendly goods and services through tariff reductions and other initiatives.
*Foster stronger partnerships with developing and poor nations. The Obama administration supports expanding trade opportunities to stimulate market-led growth and help improve the lives of people in the least-developed nations. Opportunities created by open markets and preferences such as the Generalized System of Preferences require complementary measures such as technical assistance and market-based and rule-of-law reforms to maximize their benefits, USTR said.
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AhnLab-V3 220.127.116.11 2010.03.15 PDF/Cve-2010-0188
AntiVir 18.104.22.168 2010.03.15 EXP/Pidief.bui
Antiy-AVL 22.214.171.124 2010.03.15 Exploit/JS.Pdfka
AVG 126.96.36.1997 2010.03.15 Exploit_c.DEY
eSafe 188.8.131.52 2010.03.15 PDF.Exploit
eTrust-Vet 35.2.7363 2010.03.15 PDF/Pidief.PR
Kaspersky 184.108.40.206 2010.03.15 Exploit.JS.Pdfka.bui
McAfee 5920 2010.03.14 Exploit-PDF.q.gen!stream
McAfee+Artemis 5920 2010.03.14 Exploit-PDF.q.gen!stream
McAfee-GW-Edition 6.8.5 2010.03.15 Exploit.Pidief.bui
Microsoft 1.5502 2010.03.12 Exploit:Win32/Pdfjsc.gen!B
Sophos 4.51.0 2010.03.15 Troj/PDFJs-II
Sunbelt 5895 2010.03.15 Exploit.PDF.CVE-2010-0806 (v) --- this is not 2010-0806, it is 2010-0188 (M)
Symantec 20091.2.0.41 2010.03.15 Trojan.Pidief.I
File size: 80199 bytes
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