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U.S. citrus industry sues USDA over decision to allow Argentine lemon imports

The U.S. citrus industry has filed suit against the Department of Agriculture in an attempt to rewrite a rule allowing lemon imports from northwest Argentina, arguing that the process behind USDA's decision lacked scientific explanations and was influenced by foreign policy motives.

Freeland praises CETA’s labor, environmental provisions as model for NAFTA

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland on Tuesday extolled the labor and environmental provisions in the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement Canada signed with the European Union as a model for all other trade agreements -- including a modernized North American Free Trade Agreement -- to follow.

Japan, Australia, New Zealand advise against renegotiation to move TPP11 forward

HANOI – Trade officials from Japan, Australia and New Zealand, on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation ministers meeting here, told Inside U.S. Trade they were not in favor of reopening provisions of the Trans-Pacific Partnership as a way to ensure its entry into force without the United States – citing a potential unraveling of the deal and the maintenance of the high standards agreed to when the U.S. was still involved.

ITC kicks off ‘extraordinarily complicated’ investigation into solar imports

The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided to initiate an investigation into imports of solar panel products under Section 202 of the Trade Act of 1974, which it has deemed “extraordinarily complicated” – meaning it will take more time.

Trump budget request calls for $40 million cut to ITA, increase in enforcement jobs

President Trump's fiscal year 2018 budget request proposes reducing funding for the International Trade Administration by more than $40 million while adding personnel to the Commerce Department agency to establish a team focused on self-initiating trade remedy cases.

Potential impacts on WTO commitments, U.S. importers highlight hearing on House GOP tax plan

Lawmakers and witnesses on Tuesday sparred over whether a border adjustment tax would run afoul of World Trade Organization commitments, as well as the impact of a BAT on import-reliant sectors of the U.S. economy -- including retailers -- as the House Ways & Means Committee held its second hearing on comprehensive tax reform.

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