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trade bill

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(Banking & Finance) a bill of exchange drawn on and accepted (trade acceptance) by a trader in payment for goods
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Noun1.trade bill - a statute that would regulate foreign tradetrade bill - a statute that would regulate foreign trade
bill, measure - a statute in draft before it becomes law; "they held a public hearing on the bill"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Talking about the Customs Bill and Trade Bill, the FUW president said that while large elements of the bills would be housekeeping exercises to ensure there is no legislative void on the day Britain leaves the EU, it is essential that such legislation can properly accommodate the UK's continued unfettered access to the affluent EU market.
As long as Republicans control the House of Representatives, a cap and trade bill or a direct carbon tax remain impossible.
Fine Gael is absolutely right to call for a new Fair Trade Bill to put an end to the scheming and to compel retailers to reveal full details of their profits - believed to be considerably higher than in the UK.
House of Representatives passed the American Clean Energy and Security Act also referred as the cap and trade bill, in a historic vote on Friday to advance climate legislation that President Barack Obama has promoted during his administration to put the country into a clean energy economy path.
Meanwhile, the cap and trade bill being considered in the US Senatea- one the EU broadly backed - has effectively been killed off.
Vic Snyder, Marion Berry and Mike Ross joined 198 other Democrats and 82 Republicans to pass the amendment to a trade bill, 285-143.
In his presentation at a business community consultative meeting on the Trade Bill in Palapye recently, Mr Goya said the Department of Consumer Affairs was holding consultative meetings around the country to share information and seek advise as well as input from local businesses.
In the US Senate, there is strong support for the Lieberman-Warner cap and trade bill, with debate due to begin in the full Senate - it has already been voted out of committee - on 2 June.
Critics argue that the trade bill does too little to promote international labor and environmental standards in poor countries.
They made the request during a business community consultative meeting on the Trade Bill held in Kanye recently.
The report has also led to a proposed trade bill enactment that will be debated before Parliament soon.