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(Daily News)
November 14, 2018

The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission is recommending that Congress review with the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative the possibility of initiating cases at the World Trade Organization challenging Chinese trade abuses using the rarely cited non-violation clause of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.


(In Trade)
November 14, 2018

AP Moller-Maersk estimates that “the combined effect of all trade restrictions introduced during 2018 could reduce global container trade by 0.5-2.0% during 2019-2020.”


(Daily News)
November 13, 2018

While the U.S. and China have resumed talks on a potential trade arrangement that could be struck at the G20 summit in Argentina later this month, according to White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow, Vice President Mike Pence said this week that any deal would have to include a complete “change of posture.”


(Daily News)
November 13, 2018

The Commerce Department's recent move to block U.S. companies from exporting some technologies to a Chinese semiconductor manufacturer came under fire from China this week during a meeting at the World Trade Organization.


(In Trade)
November 13, 2018

The Wall Street Journal reports on a phone call that could pave the way for more substantive discussions.


(In Trade)
November 12, 2018

Trade ministers who gathered in Singapore on Monday were unable to finalize a deal and are now eyeing 2019. India's concerns are still seen as a primary obstacle.


(Daily News)
November 09, 2018

While U.S. businesses are holding out hope that the U.S. and China will agree on at least “a deal to get a deal” when Presidents Trump and Xi Jinping meet at the G20 summit in Buenos Aries at the end of this month, a tight timetable, coupled with what some see as a lack of sufficient preparation for the talks, has muted industry expectations for a substantive outcome.


(Daily News)
November 09, 2018

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Friday accused Wall Street “billionaires” of acting as “unpaid foreign agents” on behalf of the Chinese government because they are trying to convince the White House to broker a deal with Beijing at the G20 summit in Argentina this month.


(Daily News)
November 08, 2018

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is considering opening an investigation into Chinese labor practices, eyeing the use of the Section 301 statute already employed to justify massive tariffs on Chinese goods, sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
November 08, 2018

National Foreign Trade Council President Rufus Yerxa said Thursday that the business community supports the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement and indicated the group would begin its lobbying efforts on behalf of the deal soon.


(In Trade)
November 08, 2018

The semiconductor and microelectronics industry group says tariffs, trade tensions and new export controls are “forcing many companies to rethink their investment strategies.”


(In Trade)
November 06, 2018

“I will be there – and I will be bringing a very clear message about the need to preserve and strengthen the trading system in the interests of all. I count on China's continued leadership and engagement to that end.”


(Daily News)
November 06, 2018

Advisers to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative are asking the administration to clarify the intent behind the inclusion of a non-market economy clause included in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, with some calling for the termination of such a provision before a deal is finalized.


(In Trade)
November 05, 2018

“Unfortunately, the assistance provided by the Department does not make up for the drastic losses California farmers have faced due to tariffs.”


(Daily News)
November 02, 2018

President Trump on Friday said progress had been made in trade talks with China and suggested a deal could be struck with Beijing.


(In Trade)
November 02, 2018

“An escalation of protectionist measures between China and the United States would entail serious risks to the global economy, which would not leave the region unscathed.”


(In Trade)
November 01, 2018

Sen. Warren alleges the department is favoring non-U.S. companies.


(In Trade)
November 01, 2018

The determination means Commerce will continue its antidumping duty investigation, with a preliminary decision due “on or about” Feb. 26.


(Daily News)
October 31, 2018

International Trade Commission members on Tuesday asked the aluminum industry why it did not ask for for an investigation into common alloy aluminum sheet imports before the Commerce Department self-initiated anti-dumping and countervailing duty probes earlier this year.


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