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EU takes aim at U.S. ag, textile, tobacco products in response to steel, aluminum tariffs

The European Union is proposing new tariffs on U.S. agriculture, textile, tobacco and a host of other products in response to the Trump administration’s plan to impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum.

Baldwin probes Cabinet members on lack of Buy American provisions in infrastructure plan

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) this week blasted a panel of Cabinet members for a lack of “Buy American” language in the White House's 2018 infrastructure blueprint, issued last month.

House subcommittee chair sticks to August time line for CFIUS bill, with tweaks

Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY), the chairman of the House Financial Services subcommittee, is still aiming to send by August a bill to the president’s desk that is based on Sen. John Cornyn’s (R-TX) legislation to modernize and expand the jurisdiction of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, he told Inside U.S. Trade on Thursday after a hearing with administration officials on the national security watchdog.

White House doubles down on Trump’s claim of a trade deficit with Canada

Following comments made by President Trump earlier in the week, the White House on Thursday maintained that the United States has a trade deficit with Canada by using data that excludes trade in services.

Hundreds of civil-society groups to send Congress sweeping NAFTA demands

Members of Congress on Friday will receive from more than 800 civil society groups a fresh set of recommendations for what lawmakers should demand in a new NAFTA, according to a letter obtained by Inside U.S. Trade.

ITC, in final vote, finds Chinese aluminum foil imports injure the U.S. industry

The U.S. International Trade Commission has unanimously found that imports of aluminum foil from China have materially injured the domestic industry, clearing the Commerce Department to impose final antidumping and countervailing duties in the coming weeks.

This Week In Trade

President Trump’s Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs will continue to dominate the minds of foreign leaders seeking exemptions to them this week as the date of implementation ticks closer, while Republicans on Capitol Hill are mulling legislative options to narrow or nullify the tariffs – and the political world will be closely watching a heated House race in Pennsylvania that Trump has tied closely to his trade agenda.

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