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Malmström: Trump administration needs more time on TTIP decision

EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström said April 25 that the Trump administration will need more time to review the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership before deciding on whether to move forward with the negotiations.

Ross ties lumber, dairy issues to NAFTA talks with Canada, faults Congress for stalling process

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross -- after announcing preliminary countervailing duty rates for softwood lumber from Canada this week -- on Tuesday said “one of the problems” with NAFTA is that lumber and an unrelated dairy dispute with Canada are two key areas not covered by the trilateral agreement, which he said is stalled in Congress.

Mexico awarded $163.23 million annually in retaliation against U.S. in tuna fight at WTO

An arbitrator at the World Trade Organization has determined that Mexico is entitled to levy trade restrictions on imports from the U.S. worth $163.23 million per year, the latest development in an eight-year battle over U.S. dolphin-safe tuna labeling requirements.

Hatch, Wyden pledge to ‘pull out all the stops’ to ensure Lighthizer’s approval on Senate floor

The chairman and ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday pledged to push hard for the confirmation of Robert Lighthizer as U.S. Trade Representative, pulling out “all the stops” to ensure a waiver for the nominee as well as benefits for mine workers are approved quickly.

Democrats knock Trump over ‘broken promises’ on China currency, NAFTA renegotiations

House and Senate Democrats on Tuesday released a report on President Trump’s “broken promises” to American workers, included the administration’s decision not to label China a currency manipulator, its failure to date to launch NAFTA renegotiations and a lack of action on various “Buy American” proposals.

Finance Committee unanimously votes to approve Lighthizer confirmation, waiver

U.S. Trade Representative nominee Robert Lighthizer was unanimously approved by the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday, sending his nomination to the Senate floor. The panel also approved a statutory waiver to allow him to serve as USTR.

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