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China

(In Trade)
March 11, 2020

“So far everything is going pretty darn well. China is working hard.”


(In Trade)
March 11, 2020

Huawei’s temporary general license is extended until May 15 as Commerce looks for a permanent solution.


(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 10, 2020

Meanwhile, a prominent China analyst is questioning how the U.S. and China determined the baseline for Beijing’s purchasing commitments.


(Daily News)
March 10, 2020

A group representing the U.S. aluminum industry this week filed antidumping duty petitions against imports of common alloy aluminum sheet from 18 countries and countervailing duty petitions against four of them.


(Daily News)
March 09, 2020

The U.S. semiconductor industry could see its global market share reduced while China’s burgeoning semiconductor sector would benefit if export restrictions that prevent U.S. companies from selling to Chinese entities remain in place, according to a report by the Boston Consulting Group.


(Daily News)
March 06, 2020

Whether the United States and China can come to terms on a broader, second trade agreement likely depends on their ability to overcome a host of U.S. national security concerns that have dominated the trade conversation, but the U.S. likely will be unwilling to discuss those issues in talks with Beijing, according to analysts.


(Daily News)
March 06, 2020

At the behest of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S., President Trump on Friday dissolved a 2018 acquisition of a Maryland-based mobile hotel property management system by a Chinese company and ordered the U.S. firm to immediately restrict access to hotel guest data.


(Daily News)
March 05, 2020

The United States claims the last remaining member of the World Trade Organization’s Appellate Body is ineligible to continue serving on the panel because her impartiality has been compromised as she is affiliated with the Chinese government.


(In Trade)
March 05, 2020

The House bill contains softer language than its Senate companion, which called for trade talks with “the goal of entering into a free trade agreement.”


(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.”


(In Trade)
March 04, 2020

“Optimism about the agricultural trade outlook appeared to be the primary driver behind the improvement in sentiment.”


(In Trade)
March 02, 2020

Its latest economic assessment predicts major losses under a worst-case scenario.


(Daily News)
February 27, 2020

House Ways & Means Committee members on Wednesday were divided along party lines over the merits of the phase-one trade deal with China, with Democrats saying the agreement does little to challenge China’s illicit trading practices and Republicans countering that it is a starting point that includes meaningful reforms.


(In Trade)
December 19, 2019

The EU, UK, Philippines and Vietnam present exciting opportunities for the industry next year, the National Pork Producers Council said.


(Daily News)
December 17, 2019

The House on Tuesday passed a government spending bill that would reauthorize the Export-Import Bank for seven years, create a program to boost U.S. competitiveness against China and allow presidential Cabinet members to step in and serve on the bank’s board temporarily at times when it would otherwise lack a quorum.


(Daily News)
December 13, 2019

China agreed to increase its purchases of U.S. goods and services by $200 billion as part of a phase-one deal, including upping its buys of U.S. agricultural products to $40-50 billion per year, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told reporters on Friday.


(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.


(Daily News)
December 12, 2019

The United States is expected to cut in half tariffs on roughly $360 billion on Chinese goods in exchange for a promise from Beijing to purchase more U.S. goods if President Trump agrees to the terms U.S. and Chinese negotiators have reached on a phase-one trade deal, according to sources close to the talks.


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