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China

(In Trade)
November 12, 2019

Products include flooring materials, pet leashes, silk fabrics, sinks, bicycle speedometers, folding chairs, drive shafts and more.


(In Trade)
November 11, 2019

Portman spoke about his bill to reform Section 232 of the 1962 Trade Expansion act, China’s entry into the WTO, and trade deals that don’t involve Congress.


(Daily News)
November 11, 2019

The U.S. could convince China to eliminate tariffs on U.S. agricultural goods if it revoked at least some of the tariffs it imposed in September on roughly $112 billion worth of Chinese goods, analysts say.


(Daily News)
November 08, 2019

The Trump administration’s refusal to allow new judges to join the World Trade Organization’s Appellate Body is needed to force essential reforms in Geneva, Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) told Inside U.S. Trade this week.


(Daily News)
November 07, 2019

NEW YORK -- White House trade adviser Peter Navarro and former USTR General Counsel Stephen Vaughn this week said the U.S. was open to working with other countries to rein in Chinese trade behavior, but contended that multilateral efforts have often proven too slow and inefficient and questioned whether some key allies would be helpful in confronting Beijing.


(Daily News)
November 07, 2019

The United States has agreed to eliminate some of the tariffs it has placed on roughly $360 billion worth of Chinese goods as part of a phase-one deal with China, a Ministry of Commerce spokesman said on Thursday.


(In Trade)
November 06, 2019

Xi says China will speed up negotiations with the EU, South Korea, Japan and the Gulf Cooperation Council.


(In Trade)
November 05, 2019

Representatives from three-dozen countries -- but not the U.S. -- met in Shanghai on Tuesday to talk about reform, ongoing negotiations and the upcoming ministerial.


(Daily News)
November 05, 2019

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) “wouldn’t be opposed” to an arrangement tying a vote on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to the passage of another piece of legislation.


(In Trade)
November 05, 2019

Taiwan, Mexico, the European Union and Vietnam are exporting more to the U.S. in 2019, the UNCTAD paper says.


(In Trade)
November 05, 2019

Taiwan, Mexico, the European Union and Vietnam are exporting more to the U.S. in 2019, the UNCTAD paper says.


(In Trade)
November 04, 2019

The meeting will tackle WTO reform and “supporting the multilateral trading system.”


(Daily News)
November 04, 2019

The publication of regulations crafted to implement a May executive order on protecting the U.S. information and communications technology supply chain is being delayed in part because of ongoing trade negotiations between the U.S. and China, according to industry sources.


(In Trade)
November 01, 2019

The two sides “are in the process of resolving outstanding issues,” according to USTR.


(Daily News)
November 01, 2019

The World Trade Organization on Friday determined China can retaliate against $3.579 billion in annual trade with the U.S. because the Commerce Department failed to comply with a ruling that faulted its use of certain methodologies in calculating antidumping duties -- including the controversial methodology known as “zeroing.”


(In Trade)
November 01, 2019

Enforcement still being discussed, as are issues involving forced technology transfer that “may slip into phase two.”


(Daily News)
October 31, 2019

The first phase of a trade agreement between the U.S. and China will amount to 60 percent of a projected larger deal, President Trump said on Thursday, adding that the location of the signing of the initial agreement will be announced soon. 


(Daily News)
October 30, 2019

China has rolled out regulations it says will increase financial sector access for foreign firms and improve intellectual property rights, but analysts say those moves, coupled with a likely “phase-one” deal with the U.S., do not move the two sides closer to a deal on the structural issues cited by the U.S. as justification for tariffs on more than $360 billion worth of Chinese goods.


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