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Commerce Department

(Daily News)
October 06, 2020

The Trump administration’s decision to export material used in missile production to China undermines U.S. national security and should not be allowed to proceed, a group of Senate Democrats said on Monday.


(Daily News)
October 02, 2020

The U.S. violated World Trade Organization rules with its recently imposed restrictions on Chinese-owned social media platforms TikTok and WeChat, China argued on Friday in Geneva.


(In Trade)
October 02, 2020

BIS says the new controls are consistent with requirements under the Export Control Reform Act.


(In Trade)
September 30, 2020

The China Task Force believes the department has failed to fully implement the Export Control Reform Act of 2018.


(In Trade)
September 30, 2020

Restrictions imposed in 2018 have “prompted Chinese producers to shift exports of aluminum foil to other foreign markets.”


(In Trade)
September 28, 2020

PIIE's Chad Bown laments what he calls “one more fundamental inconsistency of the Trump administration’s own trade policy.”


(In Trade)
September 23, 2020

The trade minister said U.S. tariffs and the revocation of GSP benefits were “adversely affecting our efforts to reach our common goal.”


(Daily News)
September 21, 2020

TikTok and its Chinese parent company, ByteDance, have filed a new suit against the Trump administration contesting U.S. claims that it poses a national security threat because it is a Chinese-owned company that collects data on U.S. citizens.


(Daily News)
September 18, 2020

An association representing global semiconductor manufacturers is warning the Commerce Department against adding one of its most notable members -- China’s Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation -- to the Entity List, arguing it would serve only to hurt U.S. interests, according to a draft letter obtained by Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
September 18, 2020

The Commerce Department on Friday issued regulations outlining transactions involving TikTok and WeChat it plans to ban, degrading the functionality of the mobile applications as a means to address national security concerns involving the collection of U.S. personal data by Chinese-owned companies.


(Daily News)
September 16, 2020

Unless the Commerce Department’s steel and aluminum tariff exclusion process is significantly improved, companies will continue to encounter delays in obtaining relief from Section 232 duties, the Government Accountability Office said this week.


(Daily News)
September 15, 2020

Following consultations with the Canadian government, the U.S. will refrain from imposing a 10 percent tariff on non-alloyed, unwrought aluminum from Canada, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative said on Tuesday.  


(Daily News)
September 14, 2020

The Commerce Department and the Russian government have reached a preliminary deal to extend and amend a suspension agreement capping uranium imports from Russia through 2040.


(Daily News)
September 11, 2020

A teenager in Oklahoma uploads a video of herself mimicking the latest dance craze to an app on her phone. Is that a national security risk? Should the government ban the app?


(In Trade)
September 11, 2020

Noting the administration has said one reason it needs broad Section 232 authority is “flexibility in case of an emergency,” Ernst and Grassley say “there’s clearly one now.”


(Daily News)
September 03, 2020

The U.S. trade deficit jumped by nearly 20 percent in July from the previous month to the highest total in more than a decade as the country continues its erratic economic recovery.


(Daily News)
September 02, 2020

The Bureau of Industry and Security is focused on countering China’s military-civil fusion strategy as it grapples with the country as threat to the United States’ economic and national security, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and acting Under Secretary for Industry and Security Cordell Hull said on Wednesday.


(Daily News)
September 02, 2020

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative’s new plan to address the complaints of southeastern seasonal growers about their Mexican counterparts is “politically motivated” and positions the U.S. as an untrustworthy trading partner, the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas, which represents importers of Mexican produce, said on Wednesday.


(In Trade)
September 01, 2020

USTR will work with producers on an ITC effort “to monitor and investigate imports of strawberries and bell peppers, which could enable an expedited global safeguard investigation later this year.”


(Daily News)
September 01, 2020

An advance notice of proposed rulemaking issued last week by the Bureau of Industry and Security was broad in scope and did not delineate a definition of “foundational technologies” that need stricter export controls, but analysts believe the agency is laying out a path for a narrower definition to eventually be enforced.


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