US-China Trade Deficit Relief with | VERITY-EPEM (CHINA) Agreement
Press Release 01.08.2019 Boca Raton Florida USA, Beijing China.
VERITY International, Ltd. has recently engaged in an agreement with EPEM (1) for an exclusive provision and Agreement (2) to validate and provide custom Made in USA Certified® and Product of USA Certified® Country of Origin Labeling “COOL“ Claims for US-made products and services through industry-leading verification and validation services regarding imports into China.
Providing balance and transparency for the U.S. | China Trade deficit bothPresidents U.S. Donald Trump and China Xi Jinping are working to narrow.
The Advanced Technology from this the Joint Venture will be to provide COOL verification for both import and export from the Chinese market for complete transparency using Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
(1) EPEM is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Chinese Government Commercial Network Construction and Development Center.
(2) Agreement is exclusive for verification and validation services for the official “Made in China Certified™” claim to increase the perceived quality and brand of Chinese products in the international market.
Included in agreement VERITY has an exclusive provision to provide all Country of Origin COOL verification and validation services regarding imports into China with “Made in USA and Product of USA Certified” claims, to help balance out and provide transparency for the U.S. | China Tradedeficit and all COOL claims
Tags, Made in USA Certified®, Product of USA Certified®, Made in China Certified™, President Donald Trump, President Xi JinPing, U.S. China Trade Deficit
Verity International Ltd. has executed a Monumental Strategic Partnership Agreement with China-based EPEM Electronic Technology Co., Ltd, (EPEM). EPEM is a subsidiary of the Chinese Government Commercial Network Construction and Development Center.
This Agreement is exclusive for verification and validation services for the official “Made in China Certified” claim to increase the perceived quality and brand of Chinese products in the international market.
Included in this agreement VERITY has an exclusive provision to provide all Country of Origin COOL verification and validation services regarding imports into China with “Made in USA and Product of USA Certified” claims, to help balance out and provide transparency for the U.S. | China Tradedeficit and all COOL claims examples: Made in Canada, Made in Australia, Made in Italy and many more, for import into the Chinese market to provide product transparency using Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Many small- and medium-sized companies hoping to move jobs back to the U.S. are being stymied by U.S. policy and international trade rules.
Altra Industrial Motion, a publicly-traded maker of transmission components, was prepared this year to bring as many as 100 jobs back to a Pennsylvania factory once used to manufacture cannons during the U.S. Civil War.
Although the company produced much of its equipment in China, Altra’s executives expected China to cut subsidies the country offered local manufacturers of cast-iron parts used in Altra’s components. The subsidies artificially lowered Chinese production costs by half as much as in the U.S., said Carl Christenson, chairman and CEO of Braintree, Mass.-based Altra. Their elimination would have made U.S. manufacturing more competitive.
But China won an antidumping case before the U.S. International Trade Commission in November, which allows China to keep its manufacturing subsidies, said Mr. Christenson.
“We’re now going back to China,” he said. The company spent about 12 months preparing to reshore its manufacturing, and would have paid the new workers as much as $75,000 a year, he said.
Nowadays, more and more people are becoming aware of the fact that many of the foods we consume daily have been imported from China.
These are the some of the current most dangerous foods imported in China we consume daily:
1. Apple Juice
China is well known to use dangerous pesticides in the production of foods, including banned pesticides. Also, nearly 50% of all apple juice sold in the United States is imported from China.
2. Industrial Salt
The Chinese often use salt produced for industrial purposes as table salt, so there are high chances that we often consume industrial salt as well, which can lead to high stroke and heart attack risk, high blood pressure, and hypertension.
3. Cod Fish
Half of the American Cod is imported from China, and you have probably already heard about the water pollution and feeding issue with this fish in China.
China often has issues with avian flu and other foodborne illnesses, and in 2013, the US Department of Agriculture approved the sale of Chinese chicken in America. However, research has also shown that the chicken there are fed and kept in disastrous conditions.
5. Chinese Garlic
31% of the garlic we use is imported from China, and Chinese use tons of harmful pesticides in the production of these foods, especially methyl bromide.
6. Tilapia Fish
Furthermore, 80% of the tilapia sold in the United States is also Chinese. The tilapia fish is a bottom feeder, meaning that I consume all it can find. Yet, if we consider the water pollution, we can state that the consumption of anything raised in that water would be not just unsafe, but extremely dangerous.
7. Plastic Rice
It has also been reported that China also produces fake, plastic rice. This rice is made of resin and potatoes and stays hard when boiled.
We believe that these facts above surely made you think that it is always better to stay on the safe side and buy and consume local, organic foods.
Brasília (AFP) – The fallout from Brazil’s rotten meat scandal accelerated on Monday when China, a huge client, suspended imports and the European Union demanded a partial ban.
Another ban on Brazilian meat imposed by Chile sparked fears of a trade spat between the two South American partners.
A charm offensive by President Michel Temer, who even invited foreign ambassadors to a traditional meat restaurant in the capital Brasilia late Sunday, failed to calm importers.
China, which with Hong Kong is Brazil’s biggest meat export market, said it needed to know more about the allegations that major meatpacking businesses bribed inspectors to get health certificates and masked tainted meat as fit for consumption.
Known for its antibiotic features and helpful for treating many bacterial and inflammatory issues, the garlic is widely used not only in the preparation of many remedies, but thanks to its special flavors and scent also used in various dishes and even eaten raw.
But note, not every garlic found on the market is as safe to use, but the latest report of several researchers have shown that the garlic imported from China can have a bad influence on the organism and instead of healthy compounds it’s enriched with high levels of pesticides and deadly toxins.
Most of the garlic that was imported into the USA from China last year had high levels of banned toxic chemicals, which can have devastating effects on a person’s health.
It’s all due to outlawed/banned pesticides Chinese producers use, such as phorate and parathion to accelerate the growth of the products.
Therefore, all of these chemicals get transferred into the products resulting in harm to a human organism knowing how widely and often is used in our kitchens.
The fake merchandise, consisting of 1,200 boxes falsely branded with the labels Chanel, Christian Dior, Estée Lauder, and L’Oréal SA’s Lancôme, was seized in a series of seven separate raids. Fifteen people were arrested, and 13 of them have been charged with crimes.
The ongoing operation began last year, when reports surfaced that an online store was selling cosmetics falsely labeled with the Amway brand name. Chinese police investigated and eventually raided the online store’s warehouse, confiscating 100 boxes of counterfeit Amway cosmetics worth $30,000. That raid led to information that allowed police to identify the seven other operations that were recently raided.
A major industry
According to police, the counterfeit cosmetics ring was distributing fake products nationwide. The fake products were sold for a 900 percent profit. The counterfeiters had a policy of quickly responding to any complaints with a full refund, in the hopes of avoiding calls to the police.