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Brady: White House Can 'Max Out' On GOP Support To Pass TPP – If Key Issues Are Resolved

Ways & Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) this week increased the pressure on the Obama administration to address outstanding issues with the Trans-Pacific Partnership, emphasizing that the deal will gain maximum support among House Republicans if the White House manages to address members' concerns.

Ways & Means Members Press Kerlikowske On Link Between FTAs, Trade Enforcement

Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske at a Sept. 27 Ways & Means Trade Subcommittee hearing on trade law enforcement largely avoided taking a stance on the implications that entering trade agreements -- or failing to do so -- has on the ability for the U.S. to enforce its trade laws.

Rep. Beyer: TPP Will Win 'Many More' Democratic Votes Than Fast-Track

Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) this week expressed confidence that the Trans-Pacific Partnership will garner “many more” Democratic votes than a bill to give President Obama fast-track authority won last year.

India Claims Compliance In Poultry Dispute As U.S. Forges Toward Retaliation

The United States continues to move toward retaliation against India in a WTO dispute over measures that once prohibited imports of U.S. poultry due to fears of avian flu, even as India claims -- for the third time -- that it has resolved the issues in line with earlier rulings.

DSB Kicks Off Dedicated Discussions Of Appellate Body Reappointment Process

World Trade Organization members met on Sept. 26 for the first time in a dedicated session to discuss potential changes to the Appellate Body reappointment process, yielding no agreement but laying the groundwork for future discussions, according to Geneva sources.

U.S.: Appellate Body Ruling In Korean Washers Case Rewrites WTO Rules

In a closely watched case involving the alleged dumping of Korean washers, the United States at a Sept. 26 meeting of the World Trade Organization's Dispute Settlement Body claimed that a Sept. 7 DSB Appellate Body ruling effectively rewrites provisions of the WTO Antidumping Agreement in its finding against the U.S. Commerce Department's method of calculating duties in targeted dumping cases.

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