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At G20, Trump expected to formally support Argentina's OECD accession

President Trump is expected to formally support the initiation of Argentina's accession to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development when he attends the G20 summit in Buenos Aires later this month, sparking industry calls for a crackdown on the country's intellectual property practices.

WTO members explore potential work on ag access, export competition

Several World Trade Organization members, including the U.S., this week addressed outstanding issues in agricultural market access negotiations in Geneva, singling out high “water” levels and export competition.

After ‘excellent’ meeting with USTR, Pascrell weighs prospects for USMCA

After speaking with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Thursday, Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) said the two were on the same page on changes that must be made for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to receive support from Democrats.

Sen. Sullivan: U.S.-China problems will not be solved at G20 summit

U.S. concerns with China will not be solved at the G20 summit in Argentina – or even in the next decade, Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) said this week, contending that what he called “promise fatigue” with Beijing would extend far beyond the Trump administration.

Automakers field questions from ITC on USMCA rules of origin

Members of the U.S. International Trade Commission this week questioned stakeholders on the costs and benefits of the new auto rule-of-origin provisions in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, probing which provisions were considered most problematic.

Former Brexit secretary: U.S.-UK FTA ‘impossible’ under draft deal

The draft Brexit deal unveiled by the UK government this week could stop a future U.S.-United Kingdom free trade deal before meaningful talks have even begun, two British Conservative members of Parliament, along with a British trade analyst, argued on Thursday.

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Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation leaders gathered in Papua New Guinea were unable to agree on a joint ministerial statement last week as talks between the U.S. and China bogged down over how it should address trade policy, according to reports.

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