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U.S., EU take differing approaches toward a WTO fisheries subsidies agreement

The U.S. and the European Union appear to be taking different tacks on the issue of removing fisheries subsidies linked to overcapacity of vessels and overfishing, with close observers split over whether an agreement can be struck by the next WTO ministerial at the end of 2017.

Consumer groups demand carveout for data protections in TISA

European and U.S. consumer organizations are calling for the Trade in Services Agreement to include a carveout of data protection requirements, meaning that government safeguards on data flows would not be subject to the provisions of the deal.

EU Eyes Mutual Recognition Deal With U.S. On Pharma Inspections By January

European Union officials believe they can reach an agreement with the United States on the mutual recognition of good manufacturing practices for pharmaceutical inspections by January 2017, via talks taking place in parallel to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, according to a commission report.

China denies aluminum claims, says production and demand are 'in balance'

The China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association is rejecting all claims made against the Chinese aluminum industry by U.S. groups and companies in a landmark section 332 case at the U.S. International Trade Commission, saying in a new filing that overcapacity charges aimed at China are unfounded and that the country's aluminum sector has simply been responding to domestic demand.

U.S.-India Business Council sees progress beyond policy forum, individual dialogues

Expecting that bilateral dialogues like last week's U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum will produce landmark results creates an inaccurate frame for viewing advances between the two countries, which are making steady progress on a number of trade fronts, the senior director of the U.S.-India Business Council, Amy Hariani, said during an Oct. 21 interview with Inside U.S. Trade.

Canadian lumber proposal rejected by U.S. as inconsistent with objectives for new deal

A Canadian proposal for a new softwood lumber agreement with the U.S. was rejected last week by U.S. negotiators and blasted by lawmakers who charge the export tax approach laid out in the proposal is inconsistent with a key objective laid out by President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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