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Mexico: Interim ITC rules for trucking probes inconsistent with USMCA

The U.S. International Trade Commission’s interim rules to implement U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement provisions on investigations of trucking services are inconsistent with the deal, the Mexican government contended this week as U.S. industry and labor groups prepare for possible trade remedy action.

Eyeing seasonal hearings, Arizona lawmakers oppose new remedies

Arizona lawmakers this week reaffirmed their opposition to any new trade remedies for seasonal growers, warning they would harm the state’s economy and “undermine” the spirit of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

Report: U.S., China postpone high-level review of bilateral deal

The first high-level check-in on the implementation of the phase-one trade deal between the U.S. and China has been postponed, Reuters reported on Friday.

Lighthizer, House lawmakers, business reps discuss U.S.-Africa trade issues

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer this week discussed U.S.-Africa trade relations with Reps. Dwight Evans (D-PA) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) as well as Philadelphia-area business representatives, Evans said in an Aug. 12 statement.

Trump: Chinese ag purchases may be attempts to 'make me change my mind'

As the U.S. prepares for high-level consultations with China over their phase-one trade deal, President Trump suggested on Wednesday that recent large purchases of U.S. agricultural products could be designed to make him change his attitude toward Beijing.

CBP: ‘Made in China’ rule does not subject Hong Kong goods to 301 tariffs

U.S. Customs and Border Protection this week issued a clarification specifying its new requirement that Hong Kong goods be marked as “made in China” does not change the tariffs those goods will be face upon entry into the U.S.

This Week In Trade

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is expected to hold a video conference with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on Friday for the first high-level check-in on the status of the phase-one trade agreement that went into effect six months ago -- and the two negotiators will have plenty to talk about.


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  • Transport disruptions, policy decisions and higher levels of uncertainty are they primary drivers, a new report says.

  • The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative will adjust the list of $7.5 billion in European goods subject to U.S. retaliatory tariffs stemming from subsidies the European Union provided to Boeing because EU member states have not taken action on six subsidies found to be inconsistent with World Trade Organization rules, USTR said on Wednesday.