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Week-long WTO fisheries meeting leads to more text, divergences over scope

Just three weeks before the World Trade Organization gathers for the 11th ministerial conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, members remain divided over whether a potential ban on fisheries subsidies will apply to all countries and all types of subsidies.

ITC submits final solar 201 report; some say proposed remedies too restrictive

The U.S. International Trade Commission, in a final report on its Section 201 solar investigation sent to President Trump this week, outlined its views on which remedies should be imposed on solar imports, with some commissioners pegging petitioners' remedies as too restrictive to revive the domestic industry.

Chamber: NAFTA withdrawal would hit states that voted Trump hardest

If President Trump follows through on his threat to withdraw from the NAFTA, the impact would be hardest felt by the states that helped elect him, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce argues in a new effort to salvage the trade deal.

As NAFTA countries meet for round five, U.S. currency proposal still stuck at Treasury

MEXICO CITY -- As negotiators from the NAFTA countries begin a fifth round of talks in which Canada and Mexico are expected to respond to contentious U.S. ideas, a provision on currency remains bogged down by interagency differences between the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Treasury Department, sources told Inside U.S. Trade.

Analysts: TPP-11 deal could impact NAFTA negotiations

The agreement reached last weekend by the Trans-Pacific Partnership countries could impact the renegotiation of NAFTA, analysts said Thursday, as Canada and Mexico are both parties to the deal the U.S. withdrew from.

Trump's Indo-Pacific strategy lauded by House Asia-Pacific chair

The chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Asia and the Pacific subcommittee on Wednesday lauded President Trump's burgeoning Indo-Pacific strategy, claiming countries in the region are “eager” to forge bilateral trade deals with the U.S.

This Week In Trade

The week in trade begins in Manila at the U.S.-ASEAN Summit, where Tuesday marks the conclusion of President Trump’s five-country Asia trip. On Wednesday, at the White House, Trump will announce outcomes on trade and other issues. And as the week ends, U.S., Canadian and Mexican negotiators will kick off a fifth round of NAFTA talks in Mexico City.

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  • The U.S. International Trade Commission, in a final report on its Section 201 solar investigation sent to President Trump this week, outlined its views on which remedies should be imposed on solar imports, with some commissioners pegging petitioners' remedies as too restrictive to revive the domestic industry.

  • MEXICO CITY -- As negotiators from the NAFTA countries begin a fifth round of talks in which Canada and Mexico are expected to respond to contentious U.S. ideas, a provision on currency remains bogged down by interagency differences between the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Treasury Department, sources told Inside U.S. Trade.

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