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Commerce submits Section 232 aluminum report ahead of schedule

The Commerce Department has given the White House its Section 232 report on the national security implications of aluminum imports, starting a three-month clock for President Trump to decide what actions to take.

Shutdown to hamper trade activities as agencies will be without key personnel

A government shutdown will slow or halt many administration trade activities, including antidumping and countervailing investigations, as many of the personnel needed to conduct day-to-day activities will be furloughed until government funding is restored, according to sources and government documents.

USTR says U.S. ‘erred’ in supporting China’s WTO entry; blasts Beijing

The U.S. decision to support the terms of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization more than 20 years ago was a mistake, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative says in its annual report on China’s compliance with its WTO commitments.

USTR says U.S. ‘erred’ in supporting China’s WTO entry, blasts Beijing

The U.S. decision to support the terms of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization more than 20 years ago was a mistake, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative says in its annual report on China’s compliance with its WTO commitments.

Cornyn defends CFIUS bill at at Banking Committee hearing; business reps sound alarm

Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX) appeared as a witness before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday morning to pitch legislation to reform and expand the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, but a panel of academics and business representatives later voiced concerns about the bill’s breadth.

Cornyn defends CFIUS bill at Banking Committee hearing; business reps sound alarm

Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX) appeared as a witness before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday morning to pitch legislation to reform and expand the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, but a panel of academics and business representatives later voiced concerns about the bill’s breadth.

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Two nominees for deputy U.S. Trade Representative slots will get their day in front of the Senate Finance Committee this week -- about six months after they were nominated -- while the House is expected to vote on a Miscellaneous Tariffs Bill on Tuesday and the president will head to Pittsburgh for a campaign event that will be closely watched by steel advocates.

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