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USDA defends ag payments as WTO-compliant amid ongoing questions

The U.S. is expected to exceed its World Trade Organization limit on agricultural domestic support for 2019 and 2020, congressional researchers say in a new report, though the Agriculture Department insists the programs were designed with the WTO constraints in mind.

Sources: White House reviewing Section 232 transformer probe findings

The Commerce Department has delivered to the White House its report on the national security implications of key electrical transformer input imports, which could be acted on by President Trump very soon, sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.

Lawmakers launch congressional caucus to promote U.S. energy trade

A bipartisan group of lawmakers on Thursday launched the “Congressional Energy Export Caucus” to encourage trade in the energy sector, they said in an announcement this week.

Analysts: Retaliation clause in China’s export control law puts world on notice

China’s new export control law includes language authorizing retaliation against trading partners that Beijing perceives as out of line, a signal that China could use it as a broad geopolitical tool rather than merely to control dual-use and military items, analysts tell Inside U.S. Trade.

CSIS task force endorses immediate start of trade talks with Taiwan

The U.S. should commence trade talks with Taiwan “as soon as possible,” a broad group of analysts and former government officials says in a new report published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

UK’s Truss says U.S. talks ‘intensifying,’ but can hurdles be cleared?

British Trade Secretary Liz Truss this week insisted negotiations with the U.S. on a comprehensive free trade agreement were “intensifying” enough to put the two countries in a “good position” ahead of the U.S. elections on Nov. 3, which could shake up talks already facing hurdles.

This Week In Trade

President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will debate for the second and final time before the Nov. 3 election as the administration moves forward with several trade negotiations this week -- which starts with the announcement of a new and limited deal with Brazil.


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