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(Daily News)
October 15, 2019

The “phase one” deal with China that President Trump announced last week is not as comprehensive as Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) had hoped it would be, the senator said on Tuesday, adding that he wanted to hear more about the administration’s planned “next steps” in negotiations.


(Daily News)
October 11, 2019

The United States will not increase tariffs on China next week as part of a “phase one” deal that covers agricultural structural issues and purchases, intellectual property, forced technology transfer, currency and financial services, President Trump announced on Friday.


(Daily News)
October 11, 2019

The United States agreed to suspend plans to raise tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods from 25 percent to 30 percent in exchange for commitments from China to step up purchases of U.S. agricultural goods and abide by new currency rules, sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
October 11, 2019

The restrictions are also seen as a component of forced technology transfers, a key issue in the U.S.-China trade discussions.


(Daily News)
October 11, 2019

The members of the Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity continue to debate whether the forum's mandate, set to expire in December, should be renewed.


(Daily News)
October 11, 2019

GENEVA -- India, China, the African Group and other World Trade Organization members this week defended the “rights” of developing countries to special and differential treatment, likely setting up a confrontation with the U.S. at next week’s General Council meeting.


(Daily News)
October 10, 2019

This week’s talks between U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators, due to wrap up in the White House on Friday, could lead to a deal in which the U.S. agrees not to increase tariffs in return for an agreement on currency provisions, as well as greater purchases of U.S. agricultural products, but the prospect of a comprehensive deal is no more certain despite 13 rounds of negotiations, according to business representatives, China analysts and trade lawyers.


(In Trade)
October 10, 2019

“Big day of negotiations with China. They want to make a deal, but do I?”


(In Trade)
October 08, 2019

China ripped the Commerce Department decision, calling it a serious violation of international norms.


(Daily News)
October 07, 2019

U.S. business groups are largely touting a deal struck last month that will allow the U.S. to charge more for international mail deliveries, but the effect on trade flows, particularly with China, remains unclear.


(Daily News)
October 04, 2019

Developments in Hong Kong could change the course of the U.S.-China trade talks, but President Trump’s request that China open an investigation on presidential candidate Joe Biden and the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry are unlikely to impact the negotiations, according to White House National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow.


(In Trade)
October 04, 2019

BSA -- The Software Alliance is circulating a letter that will be sent to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.


(In Trade)
October 03, 2019

Cabinet imports were valued at $4.4 billion in 2018.


(Daily News)
October 03, 2019

The China Chamber of International Commerce said on Wednesday that China has lived up to its World Trade Organization commitments and that the U.S. has improperly included the country’s implementation of dispute rulings, or lack thereof, as evidence of non-compliance.


(In Trade)
October 02, 2019

New notices detail exclusions for roughly 200 product lines covered by the administration’s first two tranches of tariffs, which covered $50 billion worth of Chinese goods


(In Trade)
October 01, 2019

“The darkening outlook for trade is discouraging but not unexpected. Beyond their direct effects, trade conflicts heighten uncertainty, which is leading some businesses to delay the productivity-enhancing investments that are essential to raising living standards.”


(Daily News)
September 26, 2019

Despite an improving regulatory environment in China, U.S. companies in Shanghai are growing increasingly pessimistic about their business prospects due to an economic slowdown and rising trade tensions between the U.S. and China, according to a report issued this month by American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.


(In Trade)
September 26, 2019

The proposed legislation “would require that the annual revenues from section 201, 232, and 301 tariffs be rebated to those filing in the three lowest tax brackets.”


(Daily News)
September 25, 2019

China has proposed new language on electronic commerce in negotiations at the World Trade Organization, suggesting that members be prevented from limiting or blocking trade in information and communications technology equipment and products -- a proposal that comes after the U.S. imposed such restrictions on Chinese telecom company Huawei.


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