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Commerce Department

(Daily News)
July 28, 2020

A COVID-19 relief proposal introduced by Senate Republicans this week includes language on reducing U.S. reliance on China, facilitating domestic supply chain restoration, semiconductor production and mineral security.


(In Trade)
July 27, 2020

CSIS’ Kennedy says Commerce placing Huawei on its Entity List is “ill-advised.”


(Daily News)
July 27, 2020

China’s Ministry of Commerce this month found “non-market conditions” in the U.S. energy sector and hiked antidumping duties against U.S. propanol exports, a move trade lawyers believe could become a pattern in Chinese trade remedy investigations of U.S. exports.


(In Trade)
July 17, 2020

Cato's Dan Ikenson says the courts “are not to blame for executive abuses of the trade laws; Congress is.”


(Daily News)
July 17, 2020

Mobile crane imports primarily come from U.S. allies that do not pose national security threats, providing domestic consumers access to top-of-the-line infrastructure equipment, U.S. crane companies and foreign governments have told the Trump administration.


(In Trade)
July 14, 2020

The ITC preliminarily determined that tire imports were hurting the U.S. industry.


(Daily News)
July 14, 2020

President Trump’s 2018 decision to expand national security-based tariffs on Turkish steel imports was “arbitrary and irrational,” the Court of International Trade ruled on Tuesday, marking the first time the administration’s Section 232 tariffs have been restricted by a federal court.


(Daily News)
July 09, 2020

Business groups and other countries are pushing the U.S. to proceed with caution in its Section 232 investigation into imports of key electrical transformer components, contending trade restrictions would be costly, counterproductive and potentially illegal.


(Daily News)
June 29, 2020

The Commerce Department will no longer issue export license exceptions for products headed to Hong Kong as the U.S. works to “eliminate differential treatment” that Hong Kong has long been afforded by the U.S., the agency announced on Monday.


(In Trade)
May 21, 2020

“We continue to work to implement Presidents Trump and Bolsonaro’s goals ... to deepen discussions for a bilateral trade package."


(In Trade)
May 20, 2020

Indefinitely postponing “is the best decision for the health, safety and welfare of the participants,” Commerce said.


(In Trade)
May 18, 2020

Thyssenkrupp Materials NA says Commerce grants product exclusions in an unconstitutional and arbitrarily capricious manner.


(In Trade)
May 12, 2020

The investigation is the seventh to be self-initiated by the department during the Trump administration.


(In Trade)
May 07, 2020

“This is the second-largest set of petitions filed simultaneously for a single product since 2001.”


(Daily News)
May 06, 2020

The Commerce Department will conduct a Section 232 investigation into mobile crane imports -- the seventh time the tool has been used by the Trump administration to weigh national security-based trade restrictions.


(Daily News)
May 06, 2020

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is considering a Section 232 investigation into crude oil imports that could lead to tariffs on Saudi Arabia and Russia, three GOP senators said this week.


(In Trade)
May 05, 2020

The gap with China dropped again, from $19.7 billion to $15.5 billion.


(Daily News)
May 04, 2020

The Commerce Department will initiate an investigation into imports of key electrical transformer components, the agency announced on Monday, citing national security concerns.


(Daily News)
May 01, 2020

The Trump administration’s handling of Chinese steel and aluminum overcapacity is not working, a group of Washington state Democrats told President Trump on Friday, urging him to improve a product-exclusion request process and ensure overcapacity is addressed in a phase-two trade deal with China.


(In Trade)
April 29, 2020

Commerce Secretary Ross called the plan “another affirmation of our commitment to use all available tools to combat circumvention and evasion of duties.”


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