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(Daily News)
May 16, 2019

An executive order President Trump signed on Wednesday that lays the groundwork for the U.S. to ban imports of Chinese information communication technology exports creates further pressure on Beijing to make concessions in trade negotiations with the U.S., according to industry sources.


(In Trade)
May 16, 2019

China has said it does not want to include cross-border data flow in negotiations.


(Daily News)
May 16, 2019

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said Wednesday that the Agriculture Department’s initial estimation of trade damages to be addressed by a new round of farm aid is $15-20 billion.


(In Trade)
May 15, 2019

“The intent is to be quick because we want to send a powerful message to, first, our farmers, and ranchers, and the ag world, but also to our friends around the world that ag is not up for debate.”


(Daily News)
May 15, 2019

Several items dropped from previous tranches of Section 301 tariffs are being targeted by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative in a new draft list of roughly $300 billion in Chinese imports that could be hit with 25 percent duties, drawing the ire of some in the private sector.


(Daily News)
May 14, 2019

The Chinese government is claiming the U.S. is the one that has gone back on agreements it made during trade negotiations by repeatedly increasing its demands to levels Beijing says it cannot meet.


(In Trade)
May 14, 2019

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), who is running for the Democratic nomination for president, said this week that she opposes unilateral trade actions taken by the Trump administration and would push the U.S. to work with “our allies to address China.”


(Daily News)
May 13, 2019

The World Trade Organization should tighten rules on unilateral trade actions, reduce agricultural support allowances for developed members and allow state-owned enterprises to operate “in an environment of fair competition,” China argued on Monday in a new proposal.


(In Trade)
May 13, 2019

A public hearing will be held on June 17.


(In Trade)
May 13, 2019

“That is a tremendous amount of money that would come in to our country. I have not made that decision yet.”


(Daily News)
May 13, 2019

The U.S. and Japan could reach a quick trade deal and present a unified front against China at the G-20 summit next month by borrowing heavily from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a source close to the Abe administration told Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
May 10, 2019

The fourth tranche will cover “essentially all remaining imports from China, which are valued at approximately $300 billion,” Lighthizer said.


(In Trade)
May 10, 2019

“There will be limited opportunity for U.S. producers to see any appreciable draw-down in soybean stocks.”


(Daily News)
May 10, 2019

China’s newly proposed draft text for World Trade Organization negotiations on electronic commerce includes privacy and transparency provisions, but what it lacks -- namely, provisions ensuring the free flow of data across borders and a ban on data localization -- runs counter to U.S. priorities in the fledgling negotiations.


(In Trade)
May 10, 2019

“Talks with China continue in a very congenial manner – there is absolutely no need to rush.”


(In Trade)
May 09, 2019

Beijing pledges to “support the necessary reforms of the WTO [and] safeguard the authority and effectiveness of the multilateral trading system.”


(In Trade)
May 09, 2019

“I have no idea what's going to happen.”


(Daily News)
May 08, 2019

China says it will not be intimidated by President Trump's plan to raise tariffs on $200 billion worth of goods and slap an additional $325 billion in imports with tariffs, but U.S. industry and agricultural groups are preparing for the economic effects of Trump's moves and China's retaliation.


(Daily News)
May 08, 2019

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), chairman of the House Ways & Means trade subcommittee, said this week that his caucus sees “no advantage” to rushing a vote on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, though he contended the deal was “dead” if it is not addressed before next year’s elections are in full swing.


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