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Mexican tomato growers, Commerce reach last-minute suspension agreement

Mexican tomato growers and the Commerce Department have reached an 11th-hour deal that will suspend an antidumping investigation into fresh tomatoes from Mexico, raise reference prices and include additional enforcement provisions.

House lawmakers call meeting with India's trade chief productive

U.S. lawmakers returning from a trip to India to meet with Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal in New Delhi last week said the productive visit was aimed at re-setting the tone of the U.S.-India relationship.

Trump says short-term impact of China trade fight is ‘irrelevant,’ floats help for Apple

President Trump on Tuesday said he was not concerned with the short-term effects of tariffs the U.S. and China have imposed on each other while also suggesting that he may help the U.S. tech giant Apple, whose products will be hit by the next wave of tariffs.

Business groups urge USTR to use non-tariff remedies to address French digital tax

The outcome of the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative’s Section 301 investigation into France’s digital services tax should be a non-tariff remedy established by the World Trade Organization or other multilateral channels, a host of business groups argued this week.

Grassley: Congressional vote on Japan deal ‘not necessary’; Irish border ‘a UK problem’

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) does not believe an “early harvest” deal between the U.S. and Japan would need to be approved by Congress and contends the U.S. should not be concerned with the integrity of the Good Friday Agreement when it considers the prospects of a trade deal with the United Kingdom, he said Tuesday.

Tech companies to USTR: French digital services tax undermines OECD efforts

The United States’ leading technology companies -- including Google, Amazon and Facebook and others -- told a panel of government officials on Monday that France’s digital services tax could undermine efforts to find a multilateral solution and cost businesses millions of dollars as they try to comply with a law they say is a logistical nightmare.

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The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative begins this week focused on France, the target of its second Section 301 investigation under President Trump, with a slew of witnesses testifying about the potential impact of a digital sales tax the U.S. says is focused on major American tech companies.


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