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(Inside U.S. Trade)
May 01, 2009

U.S. private sector sources who favor tough action on China at the World Trade Organization (WTO) offered conflicting views this week on why the U.S. government has not taken action to advance an ongoing WTO challenge on Chinese export subsidies or a possible case on Chinese raw material export restraints.

(Text Document)
April 28, 2009

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 17, 2009

In a report to Congress released this week, the U.S. Treasury Department did not cite China as a currency manipulator, even as a senior Treasury official said the renminbi (RMB) remained undervalued and that Treasury was "not satisfied" with the appreciation to date.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 17, 2009

President Obama should use the U.S. classification of China as a market economy or a non-market economy as leverage in order to further the cause of Chinese domestic economic reform, which would help U.S. producers, one trade expert said last week. The U.S. has long classified China as a non-market economy.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 17, 2009

The April 15 submission to the Chinese government by eight steel trade associations from the U.S., EU, and Latin America registers opposition to China's Iron and Steel Industrial Development Plan and other government actions, which they say are disrupting and distorting the global steel market.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 17, 2009


(Daily News)
April 15, 2009

In a report to Congress released today (April 15), the U.S. Treasury Department did not cite China as a currency manipulator, even as a senior Treasury official said the renminbi (RMB) remained undervalued and that Treasury was “not satisfied” with the appreciation to date.


(Daily News)
April 15, 2009

The submission by eight steel trade associations from the U.S., EU, and Latin America registers opposition to China’s Iron and Steel Industrial Development Plan and other government actions, which they say are disrupting and distorting the global steel market.


(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 10, 2009


(File Document)
April 09, 2009

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 03, 2009

From ChinaTradeExtra.com, Inside U.S. Trade's sister news service

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 03, 2009

The meeting between President Barack Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao on the sidelines of the G20 summit included only a cursory discussion of trade that focused on cooperation and did not include a discussion on China's large trade surplus and no mention of China's undervalued currency, according to briefings by senior administration officials after the meeting Wednesday (April 1).

(Inside U.S. Trade)
March 27, 2009

From ChinaTradeExtra.com, Inside U.S. Trade's sister news service

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