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U.S. wants to keep TPP standards in bilateral deals: Chilean ambassador

The United States is interested in integrating into bilateral trade agreements some standards negotiated in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, according to Chile’s ambassador to the United States.

Agriculture nominee Perdue prioritizes trade, expanding export markets

Sonny Perdue, President Trump's pick to lead the Agriculture Department, said during his March 23 confirmation hearing that working with the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Commerce Department to expand agricultural trade will be his top priority.

Analysts: Antidumping laws, WTO can be better used to U.S. advantage

Trade analysts from law firms and academia at a March 23 event predicted an increased use of antidumping and countervailing duty mechanisms as a key part of the Trump administration's trade policy, while urging the U.S. not to turn its back on the World Trade Organization.

Finance members say Lighthizer, not Ross, needed to move forward on NAFTA consultations

Key members of the Senate Finance Committee this week said the process for consulting with the administration on negotiating objectives for NAFTA – and for notifying Congress by triggering a 90-day clock before official talks start – likely will not move forward without a confirmed U.S. Trade Representative in office.

NAFTA panel avoids question of IP chapter violation in Eli Lilly ruling

An investor-state dispute settlement panel this week did not rule on whether a violation of the North American Free Trade Agreement's intellectual property chapter constitutes a compensable expropriation because the complainant, Eli Lilly, was unable to prove that Canada expropriated the company's IP.

Labor secretary nominee pushed on trade adjustment assistance at confirmation hearing

Labor secretary nominee Alexander Acosta faced questions at his Wednesday confirmation hearing about whether the Trump administration's proposed cuts to the Labor Department's budget would affect the Trade Adjustment Assistance program -- something the nominee said “sounds like it is incredibly successful.”

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