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(Daily News)
September 23, 2020

House Ways & Means trade subcommittee Chairman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) on Wednesday took aim at what he called President Trump’s politicized trade approach to China, including recent national security-related moves involving TikTok and WeChat.


(In Trade)
September 22, 2020

“This is a strong measure, but appropriate given the circumstances,” Neal said.


(Daily News)
September 22, 2020

Former Vice President Joe Biden will use tariffs only when necessary and only when they are backed by a comprehensive strategy, a top foreign policy adviser said on Tuesday.


(Daily News)
September 21, 2020

TikTok and its Chinese parent company, ByteDance, have filed a new suit against the Trump administration contesting U.S. claims that it poses a national security threat because it is a Chinese-owned company that collects data on U.S. citizens.


(Daily News)
September 18, 2020

An association representing global semiconductor manufacturers is warning the Commerce Department against adding one of its most notable members -- China’s Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation -- to the Entity List, arguing it would serve only to hurt U.S. interests, according to a draft letter obtained by Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
September 18, 2020

The Commerce Department on Friday issued regulations outlining transactions involving TikTok and WeChat it plans to ban, degrading the functionality of the mobile applications as a means to address national security concerns involving the collection of U.S. personal data by Chinese-owned companies.


(Daily News)
September 18, 2020

Democrats and human-rights advocates on Thursday expressed disappointment with the Trump administration’s move to ban imports from specific companies believed to be using forced labor in China’s Xinjiang province, while apparel industry representatives testifying at the same hearing defended targeted actions rather than a region-wide ban.


(Daily News)
September 17, 2020

U.S. trading partners dealing with Trump administration trade officials are keeping an eye on November -- and some believe “we're going to go back to where we were” if Joe Biden wins the presidential election, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said this week.


(In Trade)
September 17, 2020

The legislation would mandate the establishment of a task force to “identify countervailable subsidies and dumping.”


(Daily News)
September 17, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has complicated the already Herculean task of negotiating multilateral rules on industrial subsidies targeted at China, former Trump administration trade official Kelly Ann Shaw and Hinrich Foundation research fellow Stephen Olson said on Wednesday.


(Daily News)
September 17, 2020

Despite the Trump administration’s push for U.S. companies to reshore their operations, most U.S. businesses in China are not leaving or are choosing to shift production to other markets, with many citing mild improvements in Beijing’s regulatory environment, according to a new report.


(In Trade)
September 16, 2020

“My view is that the tide has turned.”


(Daily News)
September 15, 2020

The U.S. and European Union should not prioritize a comprehensive free trade agreement in rebuilding their relationship, EU Director-General for Trade Sabine Weyand said on Tuesday, arguing that a bilateral deal would not address the major challenges facing the global economy like the deterioration of the rules-based system and the emergence of China as an economic powerhouse.


(In Trade)
September 15, 2020

“If we … instead make that status dependent on good behavior, America's corporate leaders will think twice about permanently outsourcing jobs to the communist nation.”


(Daily News)
September 15, 2020

A World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel on Tuesday ruled U.S. Section 301 tariffs on Chinese goods violate WTO rules, rejecting U.S. claims that the two sides had reached a mutual resolution to the case and that the duties were needed to protect public morals.


(Daily News)
September 14, 2020

U.S. Customs and Border Protection on Monday moved to block goods made by forced labor in China’s Xinjiang province by issuing five withhold-release orders, instructing CBP officials to seize hair, apparel, cotton and computer parts from specific companies but delaying a broader order that would cover all cotton and tomato products from the region.


(In Trade)
September 14, 2020

Sen. Rubio urges State Department to send an envoy to Taipei.


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