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(Daily News)
September 24, 2010

The House Ways and Means Committee today (Sept. 24) approved by voice vote a bill aimed at China that would alter U.S. countervailing duty law so that it will be easier to offset fundamentally undervalued currency as a subsidy.


(Daily News)
September 24, 2010

House Ways and Means Ranking Member Dave Camp (R-MI) announced his support for the amended China currency bill at today's committee markup.


(Inside U.S. Trade)
September 24, 2010
President Barack Obama yesterday (Sept. 23) assured Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao that the administration had not taken a position on the currency legislation that is scheduled to be voted on by the House Ways and Means Committee on Friday, an administration official said.
(Inside U.S. Trade)
September 24, 2010
The House leadership plans to go forward next week with a vote on a China currency bill on which the Obama administration has taken no formal position and which the House Ways and Means Committee is scheduled to mark up today (Sept. 24), according to House aides.
(Inside U.S. Trade)
September 24, 2010
The version of the China currency bill unveiled this week by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Sander Levin (D-MI) alters key provisions of the Currency Reform For Fair Trade Act introduced by Reps. Tim Ryan (D-OH) and Tim Murphy (R-PA) to make it less vulnerable to being challenged in the World Trade Organization.
(Daily News)
September 24, 2010

The version of the China currency bill unveiled this week by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Sander Levin (D-MI) alters key provisions of the Currency Reform For Fair Trade Act introduced by Reps. Tim Ryan (D-OH) and Tim Murphy (R-PA) to make it less vulnerable to being challenged in the World Trade Organization.


(Daily News)
September 23, 2010

President Barack Obama today (Sept. 23) assured China's Premier Wen Jiabao that the administration had not taken a position on the currency legislation that is scheduled to be voted on by the House Ways and Means Committee on Friday, an administration official said today.


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