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China

(Daily News)
May 02, 2019

A U.S.-China trade deal that does not include major structural changes to the Chinese economy could be welcomed by many in the U.S. business community if it results in the lifting of U.S. and Chinese tariffs as well as other market-access opportunities, industry sources said.


(Daily News)
May 02, 2019

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative will soon launch an exclusion process for a third set of Section 301 tariffs on Chinese goods, USTR Robert Lighthizer told Congress this week.


(In Trade)
May 01, 2019

 “The WTO has served us well, and it is only if we have the rules and enforcement in that context that we can make sure that they are global and that they apply to everybody.”


(In Trade)
April 30, 2019

The South Carolina Republican told Inside U.S. Trade “we will see what happens by the end of the week,” adding, “I am cautiously optimistic.”


(Daily News)
April 26, 2019

The U.S. decried on Friday the recent “unpersuasive” World Trade Organization dispute panel report, which found the body had the right to adjudicate a member’s use of the national security exception in a likely blow to the Trump administration’s odds of winning its own disputes over Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs.


(Daily News)
April 26, 2019

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday pledged to enact a range of economic reforms, including expanded market access, better cooperation on intellectual property protection, increased importation of goods and services and the implementation of “opening-up-related policies.”


(In Trade)
April 26, 2019

Online shopping giant Taobao remains.


(Daily News)
April 25, 2019

A possible “snap-back” tariff enforcement mechanism in a U.S.-China trade agreement is raising red flags among analysts who question whether it would spark retaliatory moves that could undercut the deal – and whether it would run afoul of World Trade Organization rules.


(In Trade)
April 24, 2019

Kudlow: “We are not there yet.”


(Daily News)
April 23, 2019

Unilateral trade actions taken by the United States are pushing the European Union and China close together and preventing the U.S. and Brussels from coordinating action to confront illicit Chinese trade practices, several trade analysts said on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
April 22, 2019

“Coming home from the bargaining table with a deal that results in perpetual tariffs would be a failure.”


(Daily News)
April 18, 2019

A World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel this week handed the United States a victory over China by finding that Beijing was improperly administering rice, corn and wheat tariff-rate quotas, which in some cases contributed to the quotas' going unfilled.


(Daily News)
April 17, 2019

The U.S. and China are focused heavily on tariff-centered enforcement issues in what they hope are the waning days of trade negotiations, with the Trump administration eyeing the use of “snap-back” restrictions in addition to multi-level consultations as it pushes to complete a deal in the coming weeks.


(In Trade)
April 17, 2019

Sens. Cardin, Sullivan and others say the bill would help eliminate “the shadow of unfair trade practices by China that likely have hampered the emergence of a Mongolian garment industry.”


(In Trade)
April 16, 2019

“People have explanations – ‘well, they just want to use their leverage’ and this and that – but the Chinese enjoyed it, a lot, because they knew what the opportunity was and they saw that it was a missed one.”


(In Trade)
April 16, 2019

“It is possible, it is desirable. Frankly, will it happen? Maybe not immediately. I think there are still a lot of areas where they are in conflict with each other.”


(In Trade)
April 15, 2019

“Establish a system to return the billions of dollars in added tariffs Americans consumers have paid to the Treasury Department’s general fund over the course of the trade war.”


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