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Commerce Department

(Daily News)
April 09, 2021

The CEOs of the major players in the U.S. semiconductor market will descend on the White House on Monday to meet with National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, National Economic Council Director Brian Deese, and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo as the administration continues to solicit advice on what to do about the global chip shortage.


(Daily News)
April 09, 2021

An outline of President Biden’s fiscal year 2022 budget proposal calls for a $2.5 billion increase in funding for the Commerce Department so the agency can launch initiatives aimed at enhancing U.S. competitiveness in the development of emerging technologies such as semiconductors and 5G and implement executive actions on export controls and telecommunications.


(In Trade)
April 08, 2021

The additions come the day after a Washington Post report on China’s use of U.S. software for military research.


(In Trade)
April 07, 2021

The deficit will widen as U.S. recovery “surges” in the spring and summer, an economist says.


(Daily News)
April 06, 2021

Auto groups are calling on the federal government to direct resources to shore up the domestic manufacturing of semiconductors used in automotive production as the Biden administration develops a plan to address a global chip shortage and supply chain vulnerabilities in the semiconductor sector.


(Daily News)
April 06, 2021

A Trump-era rule allowing the Commerce Department to treat currency undervaluation as a subsidy in countervailing duty proceedings leaves the U.S. open to a deluge of petitions -- potentially against some U.S. allies -- staked on weak claims, a lawyer who represents foreign governments in CVD proceedings tells Inside U.S. Trade./node/170365


(Daily News)
April 05, 2021

The U.S. Court of International Trade on Monday declared that by expanding Section 232 tariffs to steel and aluminum derivates last January, the Trump administration exceeded its authority under the law, according to a court filing.


(Daily News)
April 01, 2021

President Biden on Thursday instructed his Cabinet secretaries to review their departments’ Buy America policies to ensure they are in line with a January executive order Biden signed to expand domestic government procurement.


(In Trade)
March 30, 2021

Stakeholders hoping to participate in the forum must register by Thursday.


(In Trade)
March 29, 2021

A Federal Register notice published Monday announced a thirty-day public comment period for the licensing procedure.


(Daily News)
March 24, 2021

The U.S. should roll back “unwarranted, ineffective and self-defeating” tariffs imposed by the Trump administration, a coalition of 37 trade associations representing business and agriculture interests said on Wednesday.


(Daily News)
March 23, 2021

An interim final rule allowing the Commerce Department to block information and communications technologies and services transactions involving “foreign adversaries” could hamper U.S. competitiveness and innovation and fail to protect the ICTS supply chain as intended, industry groups have warned in comments to the rule.


(In Trade)
March 23, 2021

“We must ensure that SMIC is unable to access vital semiconductor manufacturing equipment from any location in the world.”


(In Trade)
March 23, 2021

The ‘Toasts Not Tariffs Coalition’ says “absent urgent action … we fear many small U.S. distilleries and wineries will be destroyed.”


(In Trade)
March 19, 2021

The bill would also create a Supply Chain Advisory Council and National Manufacturing Guard.


(In Trade)
March 17, 2021

“The unrestricted use of untrusted ICTS poses a national security risk. Beijing has engaged in conduct that blunts our technological edge and threatens our alliances.”


(Daily News)
March 16, 2021

A bipartisan group of senators on Monday re-introduced legislation to reform Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 by delegating the authority to initiate investigations to the Defense Department and giving Congress a more substantial role in assessing any proposed restrictions.


(Daily News)
March 10, 2021

Efforts to adapt trade investigation procedures to a virtual work environment during the COVID-19 pandemic revealed opportunities to reduce costs, broaden witness participation and increase public access to hearings, according to officials who say some changes could lead to permanent improvements.


(In Trade)
March 10, 2021

Cato’s Manak and Lincicome argue the statute should go away -- or, failing that, be severely restricted.


(In Trade)
March 08, 2021

The commission next week will hold a hearing in its antidumping and countervailing duty investigations.


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