SHARE Previous articleDr Dairy and Science Make case for Dairy in the DietNext articleNo Major Issues Expected as Result of FDA Guidance Gary Truitt Vilsack Traveling to China to Advance U.S. Trade and Investment Priorities SHARE By Gary Truitt – Dec 13, 2013 Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Vilsack Traveling to China to Advance U.S. Trade and Investment Priorities Facebook Twitter US. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is traveling to China with Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker and U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman this week (December 19 and 20). Pritzker and Froman will co-chair the 24th session of the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade in Beijing. Pritzker says the commission is a critical component of U.S. engagement in Asia and an important mechanism in efforts to further build on the U.S.-China bilateral relationship. According to Ambassador Froman – the joint commission provides an important platform to address wide-ranging issues in the bilateral trade relationship with China. He says the focus this year is on making progress in areas like market access for goods and services and removal of regulatory barriers. Vilsack says work on critical trade matters with the Chinese can help open even more markets for U.S. exports – in line with the President’s commitment to increase U.S. exports under the National Export Initiative.China was the largest supplier of U.S. goods imports and the third-largest market for U.S. exports in 2012. U.S. goods exports to China were 110-billion dollars in 2012 – up 583-percent since 2000.
July 20, 2017 Syria : Austin Tice’s family appeal to his captors, to governments Help by sharing this information Receive email alerts Journalist’s mother asks his abductors to let him speak to her SyriaMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesEvents Armed conflictsHostages Debra and Marc Tice, Austin Tice’s parents. (c) AFP Follow the news on Syria RSF_en Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and the Skeyes Centre for Media and Cultural Freedom today joined the parents of Austin Tice, a US journalist who was kidnapped nearly five years ago in Syria, in asking the US and Syrian governments to act quickly so that he can return home as soon as possible. Debra and Marc Tice, who have campaigned tirelessly on his behalf ever since his abduction on 14 August 2012, issue their latest appeal at a news conference at the Press Club in Beirut in the presence of RSF and Skeyes Centre representatives. At the time of his abduction, Austin Tice was freelancing for such leading international media outlets as the Washington Post, McClatchy, CBS and the BBC.“Austin was taken captive three days after his 31st birthday,” Debra and Marc Tice said in a joint statement at the news conference.“We can only imagine the things he was dreaming of doing – what he might have accomplished, enjoyed, and experienced during these five important years of his early thirties, including his graduation from law school. We are willing to engage with any government, group, or individual who can help us in our efforts to secure Austin’s safe release.”They also referred to the video posted on YouTube six weeks after his abduction that showed him blindfolded and handcuffed between armed captors. This video continues to be the only evidence that he did not die on the day he disappeared.“We now realize that the response to that video was not appropriate,” they said. “No one, including us, asked about a next step to engage toward Austin’s release. Realizing this horrible mistake, we now plead with those holding Austin to reach out to us again and give us another chance to communicate.”Alexandra El Khazen, the head of RSF’s Middle East desk, said: “Austin Tice is the only US journalist still held in Syria. It is thanks to his courage and the courage of other foreign and Syrian journalists that the Syrian civil war can be regarded as one of the best covered conflicts of all times.”Pointing out that governments are required by international law to protect journalists, El Khazen added: “Like Austin Tice’s parents, we ask the Syrian and US governments to do everything in their power to bring this journalist home.”Skeyes Centre executive director Ayman Mhanna said: “Austin Tice’s release would be a source of hope not only for his family but also for media freedom in the region and for all the other journalists detained or missing in Syria. His return would be a step towards a positive resolution of the conflict and towards an end to the Syrian people’s tragedy.”RSF has been assisting and advising the Tice family since September 2012. In February 2015, around 300 US news websites participated in the #FreeAustinTice campaign, which was designed to draw the public’s attention to his plight.Syria has been the world’s deadliest country for journalists for the past several years. Acts of intimidation, arrests, kidnappings and murders are all frequent and constitute a gruesome tableau. It is ranked 177th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2017 World Press Freedom Index. News SyriaMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesEvents Armed conflictsHostages News Organisation to go further May 19, 2015 Find out more
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