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(In Trade)
September 17, 2019

Trump: “I think there’ll be a deal maybe soon, maybe before the election, or one day after the election. And if it’s after the election, it’ll be a deal like you’ve never seen, it’ll be the greatest deal ever and China knows that. They think I’m going to win.”


(Daily News)
September 17, 2019

With U.S. lobster exports to China down more than 80 percent since June 2018, Massachusetts lawmakers including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) are growing increasingly concerned about their state's industry, and asking for help in finding new markets.


(This Week In Trade)
September 16, 2019

Following President Trump’s “goodwill” gesture, U.S. and Chinese trade deputies will convene in Washington, DC, later this week ahead of planned high-level talks next month.


(Daily News)
September 13, 2019

Groups representing the outdoor industry and consumer technology companies incensed by the tariff volleys in the U.S.-China trade spat are calling on Congress to step in and reassert its authority on trade.


(In Trade)
September 13, 2019

“A lot of people are talking about it, and I see a lot of analysts are saying an interim deal, meaning we’ll do pieces of it – the easy ones first. But there’s no easy or hard. There’s a deal or there’s not a deal. But it’s something we would consider, I guess.”


(In Trade)
September 12, 2019

“Tell China to forget about it. Don’t let China exclude our nation’s security and Huawei from the negotiations.”


(In Trade)
September 12, 2019

Larsen spoke about the status of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement, as well as the U.S.-China trade conflict and the shifting politics of trade.


(In Trade)
September 11, 2019

The president tweeted that a planned boost on $250 billion in goods would be put off by 15 days at “the request of the Vice Premier of China, Liu He, and due to the fact that the People's Republic of China will be celebrating their 70th Anniversary.”


(In Trade)
September 11, 2019

“China’s supply chain is breaking up. It was this unbreakable, powerful tool that they had; it’s breaking up like a toy because companies are moving out and China wants to make a deal.”  


(Daily News)
September 11, 2019

Negotiations on bilateral trade deals, including with Japan, will remain in a “holding pattern” until the U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement is ratified, Rep. Rick Larsen (D-WA) said this week.


(In Trade)
September 11, 2019

Duties already paid on some of the products will be refunded, the notice says.


(Daily News)
September 10, 2019

Deputy-level officials from the U.S. and China will meet in Washington, DC, next week to continue preparations for high-level talks next month, sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
September 06, 2019

Manufacturing and industrial firms mentioned tariffs most frequently, followed by retailers and technology firms, the analysis found.


(In Trade)
September 05, 2019

Lighthizer, Mnuchin and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He set up the next round during a phone call this week.


(Daily News)
September 04, 2019

The Trump administration has put too much pressure on China's leaders to enact reforms, strengthening the hand of hardline Communist party officials who favor state control over economic reforms and blowing an opportunity to compel Beijing to open its markets, analysts said at a U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission hearing on Wednesday.


(In Trade)
September 04, 2019

“There’s serious reform that I want to see at the Ex-Im Bank before I’m going to support reauthorization,” he said, adding he was prepared to work with the bank's president on those changes.


(Daily News)
September 03, 2019

Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) will not vote for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement in its current form, he said on Tuesday, adding it was “very unlikely” any changes could be made to the pact to win his support.


(In Trade)
September 03, 2019

“China will firmly safeguard its legitimate rights and interests and resolutely defend the multilateral trading system and the international trade order.”


(Daily News)
August 30, 2019

The U.S. claims that China’s imposition of retaliatory tariffs means the two parties have reached their own resolution to Beijing’s challenge of U.S. Section 301 tariffs at the World Trade Organization, according to the first U.S. written submission in the case.


(In Trade)
August 30, 2019

The former Texas House member says he would initiate an “aggressive WTO case with other countries against China, arguing that it has failed to live up to the specific commitments it made when it joined,” but would also be “prepared to act unilaterally.”


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