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China

(In Trade)
March 19, 2019

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He will visit Washington the following week, according to the Wall Street Journal.


(In Trade)
March 18, 2019

“If we designate that they are not in compliance, we will resort to tariffs in a proportionate way and the Chinese have agreed not to retaliate.”


(In Trade)
March 18, 2019

Co-chairs Rick Larsen (D-WA) and Darin LaHood (R-IL) will lead the group during the trip to Beijing, Hangzhou and Hong Kong.


(In Trade)
March 15, 2019

Former USTR official Wendy Cutler: “In that law they are going to prohibit forced technology transfer as a condition for investment. Now, is that sufficient to solve the problem of forced technology transfer? No, not completely. But it's a step forward.”


(Daily News)
March 15, 2019

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has the authority to negotiate a trade deal with China without congressional approval, analysts say, but some elements of the pact taking shape could run afoul of World Trade Organization rules.


(In Trade)
March 14, 2019

“China has made clear its intent to dismantle U.S. railcar manufacturing in its ‘Made in China 2025’ plan – our economic and national security demands that we address Chinese attempts to dominate industries that build our nation’s critical infrastructure.”


(In Trade)
March 13, 2019

“I think the deal is going to be made. I think there's a very good chance a deal's going to be made. And I would say, officially, we're doing very well in the deal. But we'll see what happens.”


(In Trade)
March 13, 2019

A China deal would address technology transfers, IP, ag, subsidies that lead to excess capacity, non-tariff measures, currency, film quotas, services access and enforcement.


(In Trade)
March 12, 2019

The Finance chair said if 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods are increased to 25 percent, “I hope that we have an exclusion.”


(Daily News)
March 12, 2019

Any U.S.-China trade deal on tariffs and trade barriers will mandate that China not competitively devalue its currency and include enforceable transparency requirements, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
March 11, 2019

“If you don’t achieve what you set out to achieve -- namely the permanent reform of China’s most abusive trade practices -- then walk away.”


(In Trade)
March 08, 2019

“We have hurt them,” he told CNBC, adding that “the documents from two weeks ago advanced enormously. That’s why the president is optimistic about the potential for a deal.”


(Daily News)
March 04, 2019

Despite significant progress made between Washington and Beijing since last December, a final trade deal could “fall apart” at the last minute, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo said on Monday.


(In Trade)
March 04, 2019

“There is concern that if China achieved a dominant position in semiconductors, it might attempt to squeeze foreign competitors out of the market or use its lead as a coercive tool by denying or limiting sales.”


(In Trade)
March 01, 2019

On Twitter, the president cites progress in talks and his decision not to boost tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods to 25 percent.


(Daily News)
March 01, 2019

China’s ambassador to the World Trade Organization this week sharply rebuked a U.S. proposal crafted to greatly reduce the number of WTO members that qualify for developing country status and benefit from special and differential treatment.


(In Trade)
March 01, 2019

“In light of progress of the additional rounds of negotiations since December 2018, and at the direction of the President, the Trade Representative has determined that it no longer is appropriate for the rate of duty under the September 2018 action to increase to 25 percent on March 2, 2019.”


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