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ITC determines Vietnamese tires harm U.S. industry in currency case

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Wednesday said it has determined Vietnamese tire imports harm the domestic industry, clearing the way for the imposition of countervailing duties in a first-of-its kind case involving alleged currency manipulation.

Ways & Means members, ambassadors urge Biden to prioritize FTAs

The Biden administration should “get back on the field” and aggressively pursue new trade agreements with several countries around the world, House Ways & Means Committee ranking member Kevin Brady (R-TX) said on Wednesday.

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Raimondo: ‘Absolutely’ in U.S. interest to work with EU on tech regulation

The U.S. and European Union must work together on technology regulation, including a “change” in how the U.S. deals with “Big Tech” companies, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said on Wednesday, arguing that the trans-Atlantic allies should “write the rules of the road” before China does.

Chamber flags due process concerns with USMCA labor petitions

The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement lacks “due process protections” for labor disputes, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said on Wednesday in a letter to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Labor Department that takes issue with complaints filed to date.

Finance trade panel tackles TPP’s past, potential future in first 2021 hearing

During their first hearing in the 117th Congress on Tuesday, Senate Finance trade subcommittee members used a discussion on trade in the Asia-Pacific region as an opportunity to explore the reasons behind a lack of support in Congress for the original Transpacific Partnership Agreement – as well as the chances the U.S. might join in its successor.

Google trade director: Digital trade demands mix of old, new approaches

Traditional trade negotiating approaches can address barriers like censorship in a tech-neutral way, according to Google’s director of trade policy, but might not translate to “newer” issues like privacy in the digital world.

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U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai is in Flint, Michigan, on Monday to talk with auto workers about the Biden administration’s trade approach -- her second foray in what she has said will be a series of sessions across the country.


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