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House overwhelmingly approves USMCA, sending bill to Senate

The House on Thursday passed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement’s implementing bill 385-41, setting up the Trump administration's signature trade deal for Senate consideration – and ratification – in 2020.

Toomey: Senate should not consider USMCA under TPA

The Senate should not consider the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement under Trade Promotion Authority fast-track procedure because the Trump administration has failed to comply with the law, Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) said on Thursday.

Trade advisers assess opposition’s influence on USMCA process in Canada

Major opposition parties in Canada's Parliament last week expressed concerns over the modified U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, potentially throwing a wrench in the ratification process in Ottawa but not putting the deal's future in serious jeopardy, analysts said this week.

EU Parliament endorses new digital tax nexus, backing parts of an OECD framework

The European Parliament on Wednesday overwhelmingly passed a resolution supporting aspects of an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development digital tax proposal that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin criticized earlier this month.

U.S. appeals WTO dispute to non-functioning Appellate Body

The U.S. on Wednesday appealed a World Trade Organization compliance panel with India over countervailing duties to the non-functioning Appellate Body it hobbled, blocking India from retaliating against alleged U.S. non-compliance indefinitely.

GOP senators hope USTR will pursue trade deal with New Zealand

Senate Finance Committee members Tim Scott (SC) and James Lankford (OK) believe the U.S. should prioritize efforts to strike a bilateral deal with New Zealand next year, a subject Scott said he recently raised with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.

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The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement moves forward this week with a House Ways & Means Committee vote slated for Tuesday and full House consideration expected two days later -- though the implementing bill has raised some questions in Mexico.


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