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French Minister To Call For Suspension Of TTIP Negotiations At Upcoming Council

French Minister of State for Foreign Trade Matthias Fekl on Aug. 30 announced that the French government will officially request at least a temporary cessation of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership negotiations at the informal meeting of European Union trade ministers in Bratislava, Slovakia, on Sept. 22-23, according to a French embassy spokesman.

German Economics Minister Draws Contrast From Merkel In TTIP Criticism
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German economics minister Sigmar Gabriel in his criticism of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership appears to be seeking to distance himself from Chancellor Angela Merkel's government in hopes of improving his political party's position as well as his own standing ahead of the upcoming German elections.

Amid Diverse Global Approaches To Antitrust, Experts Look To Guide Next Administration

As competition laws remain divergent across international borders and continue to pose a potential barrier to international trade, an independent group of 16 experts assembled by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will develop recommendations for the next administration and Congress on how the United States should navigate a global web of standards.

ITC Asked To Dismiss U.S. Steel's Antitrust Claims In 337 Investigation

Lawyers for Chinese companies say U.S. Steel Corp.'s claim that Chinese companies colluded to artificially reduce the cost of steel exports goes against the conventional use of antitrust laws -- that artificially high prices hurt consumers -- and should be thrown out for failing to assert an actual injury, according to a motion filed with the International Trade Commission on Aug. 26.

Trade Pace Likely To Step Up In September With G20 Meeting, EU Deliberations

September promises to pick up the pace on trade and economic issues with the return of Congress on Sept. 6 domestically, and internationally with the G20 leaders' summit chaired by China on Sept. 4-5 in Hangzhou and the European Union deliberations on its future in the wake of the United Kingdom's Brexit vote.

Insurance Groups Prepare To Push TPP, Other Open-Market Trade Policies

Insurance groups, entering the final stretch of this year's election season, will tout the benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the broader importance of trade policy during the ongoing National Association of Insurance Commissioners summer conference.

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