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Commerce Department

(In Trade)
November 08, 2019

“We have long been concerned about the lack of transparency and consistency in the Department of Commerce’s Section 232 tariff exclusion process.”


(In Trade)
November 07, 2019

“I think it shows they’re embarrassed to make public what the report actually says.”


(In Trade)
November 05, 2019

Year-to-date, the overall gap has “increased $24.8 billion, or 5.4 percent, from the same period in 2018.”


(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.


(Daily News)
November 04, 2019

Citing negotiations with foreign auto companies, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Sunday said he hopes those talks will “bear enough fruit” so the U.S. does not have to put potential Section 232 measures “fully into effect.”


(In Trade)
October 30, 2019

The department says it will “take action” but offers no details.


(Daily News)
October 30, 2019

An “unofficial appeals process” and other issues in a product-exclusion process set up for Section 232 tariffs “contributes to the appearance of improper influence,” the Commerce Department’s Inspector General said in a memo released this week.


(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

A compromise bill crafted to restrict the president’s authority under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 likely will be marked up in November by the Senate Finance Committee, Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said on Tuesday.


(Daily News)
October 29, 2019

In response to inquiries from Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN), Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is rebutting claims that the agency has neglected to provide sufficient information about its tariff-exclusion process for steel and aluminum products.


(Daily News)
October 25, 2019

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Thursday pressed U.S. tomato growers and their lawyers on their contention that imports of fresh tomatoes from Mexico have caused significant injury.  


(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

The Court of International Trade has ruled that Commerce Department must “vacate” 2017 sugar suspension agreements with Mexico due to its failure to properly record its communications with outside parties during the negotiations.


(In Trade)
October 22, 2019

“And it actually, in some ways, could be better for us and the UK in that then Europe would have to deal with the combination of U.S. and UK. So it’s not such a bed of roses for Europe to have a hard Brexit.” 


(Daily News)
October 22, 2019

The U.S. Commerce Department has resumed an antidumping investigation into fresh tomatoes from Mexico at the request of some U.S. tomato producers despite a new suspension agreement signed last month by Commerce and Mexican growers.


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