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Trade Pace Likely To Step Up In September With G20 Meeting, EU Deliberations

September promises to pick up the pace on trade and economic issues with the return of Congress on Sept. 6 domestically, and internationally with the G20 leaders' summit chaired by China on Sept. 4-5 in Hangzhou and the European Union deliberations on its future in the wake of the United Kingdom's Brexit vote.

Insurance Groups Prepare To Push TPP, Other Open-Market Trade Policies

Insurance groups, entering the final stretch of this year's election season, will tout the benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the broader importance of trade policy during the ongoing National Association of Insurance Commissioners summer conference.

Trade Committee Staff Not Yet Drafting TPP Implementing Bill With USTR

With roughly four weeks remaining in the legislative session before the November elections, congressional trade committee staff has not yet begun working with the Obama administration on an implementing bill for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and is still focused on implementation issues.

McConnell Says Current TPP Deal Will Not Be Voted On This Year

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) on Aug. 25 said the current Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement will not be taken up by the Senate this year, noting that the deal has serious flaws that can be fixed by the next administration.

Cybertheft Allegations Against China In 337 Case Could Set Precedent

The outcome of a high-profile section 337 case against China could hand U.S. companies a new tool to block imports of products that were built using U.S. trade secrets stolen through a cyberattack, according to attorneys and trade experts.

Lawyers: AD/CVD Duty Evasion Regs Improve Process, Fall Short On Transparency

Interim final regulations issued this week by Customs and Border Protection to establish a new process for investigating the evasion of antidumping and countervailing duties will set deadlines and require public notifications, but may fall short of ensuring that interested parties get sufficient information to participate effectively in an investigation, according to private-sector lawyers.

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