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(Daily News)
October 30, 2019

During a markup of a bill to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank on Tuesday, House Financial Services Committee ranking member Patrick McHenry (R-NC) proposed the same restrictions on Chinese state-owned enterprises that led to a previous bill’s demise.


(Daily News)
October 29, 2019

The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security hopes to issue an advance notice of proposed rulemaking on export controls for foundational technologies by the end of the calendar year, and regulations on emerging technologies “shortly,” a BIS official said on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
October 29, 2019

“This case presents a stunning example of corporations taking advantage of the current trade hysteria.”


(Daily News)
October 29, 2019

As the U.S. and China work to finalize a preliminary deal in Chile next month, analysts this week said the negotiations between the two likely would set the tone for discussions and possible outcomes at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit where the deal, if finalized, is expected to be announced.


(In Trade)
October 29, 2019

“We firmly oppose the United States abusing its state power and suppressing particular Chinese companies without any evidence.”


(In Trade)
October 28, 2019

He spoke about the history of the Appellate Body conflict, China's role in the WTO and the future of trade policy during and after the Trump administration.


(Daily News)
October 28, 2019

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative will consider extending some tariff exclusions it has granted on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods for up to 12 months, USTR announced on Monday.


(Daily News)
October 28, 2019

The U.S. on Monday objected to China’s request at the World Trade Organization to levy $2.4 billion worth of retaliation for countervailing duties on Chinese goods, sending the issue to a WTO arbitration panel.


(Daily News)
October 28, 2019

The Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity held its last meeting on Saturday, failing to achieve consensus on an extension of its mandate due to opposition from China.


(Daily News)
October 25, 2019

A high-level discussion between Washington and Beijing on Friday led to progress on “specific issues,” according to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, which said the two sides were close to completing “some sections” of the initial pact.


(Daily News)
October 24, 2019

The Trump administration does not want to decouple the U.S. and Chinese economies and instead wants to engage with China, but the Chinese Communist Party’s continued flouting of international norms is leading to Beijing’s ostracization, Vice President Mike Pence said on Thursday.


(In Trade)
October 24, 2019

The rule was called for in an executive order issued in May, just days after trade talks with China broke down.


(Daily News)
October 23, 2019

China on Wednesday published new policies in areas the U.S. has put front and center in trade negotiations, releasing rules intended to strengthen intellectual property protections and stabilize its foreign exchange market.


(Daily News)
October 21, 2019

China next week will formally request the World Trade Organization grant $2.4 billion in retaliation for U.S. countervailing duties that an Appellate Body report ruled the U.S. had not been sufficiently changed to conform with WTO rules.


(Daily News)
October 21, 2019

Nearly five years after its last submission, China’s Finance Ministry on Monday announced it had submitted its sixth revised offer to join the World Trade Organization’s Government Procurement Agreement.


(In Trade)
October 21, 2019

An online portal for submitting requests will open at noon on Oct. 31 and requests are due by Jan. 31, 2020.


(Daily News)
October 17, 2019

Several members of the Senate Finance Committee say they remain unsure whether a deal reached by the U.S. and China last week will amount to much, calling for more details from the Trump administration.


(Daily News)
October 15, 2019

The “phase one” deal with China that President Trump announced last week is not as comprehensive as Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) had hoped it would be, the senator said on Tuesday, adding that he wanted to hear more about the administration’s planned “next steps” in negotiations.


(Daily News)
October 11, 2019

The United States will not increase tariffs on China next week as part of a “phase one” deal that covers agricultural structural issues and purchases, intellectual property, forced technology transfer, currency and financial services, President Trump announced on Friday.


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