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(Daily News)
April 29, 2020

The Commerce Department’s decision this week to heighten control over exports of products that could have military applications likely will create compliance headaches for U.S. companies -- and could compel some to forgo the market entirely, according to industry sources.


(Daily News)
April 29, 2020

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has for the first time included the foreign operations of a U.S. company, Amazon, on its annual list of “notorious markets for counterfeiting and piracy.”


(In Trade)
April 29, 2020

Rubio, Scott say the move to allow imports of five types of fruit -- called for in the phase-one U.S.-China trade deal -- “has unnecessarily occurred amidst severely adverse conditions for Florida’s citrus growers and must be immediately reconsidered.”


(In Trade)
April 28, 2020

“The speculative statements that form the basis of the DOJ Statement are simply conjecture and are not supported by the facts.”


(In Trade)
April 28, 2020

This is the 11th time the U.S. and India have asked to delay the WTO arbitrator’s decision in a dispute over Indian poultry restrictions.


(Daily News)
April 27, 2020

The U.S. International Trade Commission should consider the effect that duties on imported mattresses could have on hospitals and consumers -- and the possibility the domestic industry might not be able to supply a burgeoning demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Justice Department said in a “statement of interest” filed last week.


(Daily News)
April 24, 2020

The U.S. plans to compete with Chinese and Russian state-owned enterprises and become a leader in nuclear energy technology exports, according to a strategy released by the Energy Department on Friday.


(Daily News)
April 23, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has depressed Chinese demand for U.S. services and energy products, putting Beijing in further jeopardy of failing to meet purchasing commitments in its phase-one trade deal with the U.S., according to analysts and researchers.


(Daily News)
April 22, 2020

China’s supreme court on Tuesday issued guidelines to strengthen its intellectual property regime that embody many of the commitments Beijing made in its phase-one trade agreement with the U.S.


(In Trade)
March 25, 2020

“Today’s ITC vote means that almost all manufacturers that import from China will face final combined AD/CVD cash deposit rates of about 59%,” the American Kitchen Cabinet Alliance said in a statement.


(Daily News)
March 21, 2020

Aiming to “keep current” in the government's fight to stem the coronavirus pandemic, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative is inviting comments on possible modifications to the list of products from China subjected to Section 301 tariffs.


(In Trade)
March 16, 2020

Vietnam recently committed to buying $3 billion of U.S. farm goods.


(Daily News)
March 11, 2020

Democrats on the House Ways & Means Committee told U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Wednesday that the administration should consider lifting tariffs to blunt the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, but several members said he was not receptive to the proposal.


(In Trade)
March 04, 2020

“Any slowdown in manufacturing in one part of the world will have a ripple effect in economic activity across the globe because of regional and global value chains.”


(Daily News)
February 28, 2020

President Trump this week decided not to impose Section 232 duties on titanium sponge imports despite the Commerce Department’s determination that they threaten national security. 


(Daily News)
February 28, 2020

The lack of a functioning Appellate Body led to the suspension of a World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Body meeting on Friday, as the Philippines seeks the right to retaliate against Thailand while the latter appeals -- the type of scenario many said was inevitable given the paralysis of the body.


(Daily News)
December 13, 2019

GENEVA -- Indonesia has joined World Trade Organization plurilateral talks on electronic commerce while arguing that a moratorium on imposing duties on electronic transmissions should not be made permanent -- the opposite of the stance of many other participants including the U.S.


(Daily News)
December 13, 2019

The U.S.’ 25 percent tariffs on $250 billion worth Chinese goods will remain in place, but the 15 percent tariffs on about $120 billion on Chinese goods will be cut to 7.5 percent as part of a phase-one trade agreement, President Trump announced on Friday, adding the tariffs on $160 billion worth of goods slated to take effect Sunday were suspended.


(In Trade)
December 12, 2019

Senior trade officials were slated to meet with the president on Thursday to discuss a Dec. 15 tariff deadline.


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