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(Daily News)
May 10, 2021

Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) wants the Senate this month to vote on a legislative package aimed at making the U.S. more competitive with China, he said on the Senate floor on Monday -- though the legislation faces an uncertain future in the House, where the Republican Study Committee has raised issues with the centerpiece of the package. 


(Daily News)
May 07, 2021

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Thursday announced revisions to the title, scope and schedule of a recently launched fact-finding investigation into the effects of foreign censorship on U.S. businesses and instituted a second, related probe.


(Daily News)
May 07, 2021

The European Union this week moved to update its industrial strategy by issuing a legislative proposal aimed at reining in foreign subsidies in non-market economies, laying out a strategy to deal with strategic supply chain dependencies, and continuing efforts to reach out to allies, especially in critical areas.


(Daily News)
May 06, 2021

The Commerce Department is “not joking around” in enforcing trade rules and taking other actions against China even as the White House reviews its overall stance toward Beijing, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said on Thursday.


(Daily News)
May 06, 2021

Countries must address a “looming mismatch” between climate goals and the availability of critical minerals, the International Energy Agency says in a new report, highlighting a key issue for the Biden administration as it looks to secure supply chains.


(Daily News)
May 06, 2021

The U.S. should re-examine the Trump administration’s “misguided” and “short-sighted” decision in 2017 to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the leaders of the Senate Finance trade subcommittee told U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai this week.


(In Trade)
May 05, 2021

“If the United States doesn’t lead on 5G and related wireless technology, someone else – likely China – will.”


(Daily News)
May 04, 2021

The Commerce Department is banking on a Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturer to prioritize supplying the struggling U.S. auto industry, Secretary Gina Raimondo said on Tuesday, describing the strategy as a short-term solution to shortages she said are putting “so many American jobs on the line.”


(In Trade)
May 03, 2021

“CBP’s Forced Labor Division has been drastically underfunded to meet our forced labor enforcement needs despite continued and growing evidence of the use of forced labor and child labor in the supply chains of products imported into the United States.”


(Daily News)
May 03, 2021

A range of industry groups are urging the Commerce Department to pause its implementation of a rule that allows it to block information and communications technology and services transactions involving entities from a so-called “foreign adversary” at least until the department implements a voluntary pre-clearance process.


(Daily News)
April 30, 2021

The widespread sale of counterfeit goods in China’s e-commerce markets, the largest in the world, has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic’s acceleration of online shopping, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative said Friday in its annual review of trading partners’ intellectual property practices.


(Daily News)
April 30, 2021

Securing U.S. critical mineral supply chains in a manner consistent with the Biden administration’s broader environmental agenda will require government support for research and sustainable practices, researchers say.


(Daily News)
April 28, 2021

Disagreement within the U.S. solar industry over the benefit of duties on key imports exemplifies a larger concern over “our competition with China,” U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai told a Senate panel on Wednesday.


(Daily News)
April 28, 2021

The Biden administration is working to cooperate with like-minded countries on export controls in new ways because traditional multilateral mechanisms are not broad enough to implement the types of restrictions on technology it seeks, government officials and industry representatives said this week.


(In Trade)
April 28, 2021

The USTR also said a “top-to-bottom review” of China trade policy had not yet begun.


(In Trade)
April 28, 2021

The process should be “transparent, consistently applied [and] based on facts,” the lawmakers wrote.


(In Trade)
April 27, 2021

The director-general also addressed the TRIPS waiver proposal and a strategy to get China to the table to discuss reforms.


(In Trade)
April 27, 2021

“There’s a real opportunity cost to waiting.”


(In Trade)
April 26, 2021

“We have to develop our clean energy business because if we go from energy abundance to energy dependence on China, that’s a national security issue.”


(Daily News)
April 26, 2021

In a motion they say “should not have been necessary,” importers suing the Biden administration over the imposition of billions of dollars' worth of tariffs on Chinese goods asked the Court of International Trade last Friday to ensure that, if their litigation is successful, they can receive full refunds of unliquidated imports subject to duty payments.


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