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July 15, 2002

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New Zealand's challenge to the U.S. steel safeguard will be merged with the complaints of six other World Trade Organization members after the U.S. today (July 8) decided to forego opposition to New Zealand's first request for the establishment of a dispute settlement panel.

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July 05, 2002

In an effort to save the lagging market access talks in the Free Trade Area of the Americas negotiations, the U.S. is threatening members of the Caribbean Common Market (Caricom) to drop their opposition to a negotiating methodology to which other participants have agreed.

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Next week's meeting of the World Trade Organization negotiating group on market access for industrial products has been cancelled after an informal meeting today showed a continuing deadlock between the European Union and India and African allies over a deadline for agreement on how the talks should be conducted, trade officials said.

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July 03, 2002

The new deadline for considering all outstanding exclusions will most likely be made within a week to ten days in a White House announcement that will extend the President's authority to grant exemptions from the Section 201 remedies. There are about 1,000 exclusion requests outstanding, which are covered by two separate list --

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July 01, 2002

June 26, 2002

The House on June 26 narrowly approved by a one-vote margin a controversial motion to open a conference on the trade package with the Senate on a largely Republican vote that included six Republicans from steel districts who had voted against the original fast-track bill.

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June 25, 2002

“We want to do it as quickly as possible, we certainly do not want to delay it,” he said in his weekly press conference on June 25. Armey predicted that the rule

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June 24, 2002

Dreier also said he didn't know yet if any changes would have to be made to the language in the rule to gain enough support for passage. “Will there be a need for any modifications --

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