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Commerce Department

(In Trade)
February 25, 2019

“A large majority (86%) of panelists expects the impact from the U.S. imposing car tariffs on imported vehicles to be negative, with that share of the panel roughly evenly split between thinking the negative impact would be somewhat consequential (44%) or consequential (42%).”


(In Trade)
February 21, 2019

“Maybe you think, as some analysts do, that the president won’t do it. He’ll just use these potential tariffs as a bargaining chip in trade negotiations. That’s a nice thought. I hope it’s true. But dealers no longer have the luxury of sitting back and hoping for the best.”


(In Trade)
February 19, 2019

“American families, small businesses, farmers and ranchers have a right to know what Donald Trump is considering when it comes to slapping tariffs on cars and trucks and even on parts used to assemble autos in the U.S.”


(In Trade)
February 13, 2019

“If they do recommend it, I will not think it’s the right thing to do.”


(Daily News)
February 08, 2019

The U.S. International Trade Commission, in a new report on large diameter pipe imports from China and India, draws a stark connection to Section 232 steel restrictions, stating the national security-based duties have raised domestic costs and will do little to mitigate the flow of imports from foreign countries.


(Daily News)
February 07, 2019

The Commerce Department on Thursday announced its intent with withdraw from a suspension agreement with Mexico involving fresh tomatoes -- a move some U.S. legislators called for earlier this week.


(In Trade)
February 06, 2019

“This bipartisan legislation preserves this trade tool while properly placing the national security designation at the Department of Defense and expanding the role of Congress in the process.”


(In Trade)
February 04, 2019

“The record is clear in this case: the suspension agreements negotiated by past Administrations have not worked, and Mexican tomato exporters have used [them] as cover for their continued use of unfair trade practices to gain U.S. market share.”


(In Trade)
February 01, 2019

The “Promoting Rural Exports Act of 2019” would establish a “Rural Export Center” to  “boost exports and advance innovation in our rural communities so they can continue to grow.”


(In Trade)
January 28, 2019

Talks are slated for Wednesday and Thursday in Washington.


(In Trade)
January 24, 2019

“My point is people shouldn’t think next week is going to be the solution to all the problems of the world. Hopefully we can make a good start on it and follow up later on.”


(Daily News)
January 16, 2019

The partial government shutdown has stymied tariff exclusion requests, stalled anti-dumping and countervailing duty proceedings and delayed progress in future market openings, sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
January 10, 2019

The latest draft of the Commerce Department’s Section 232 report on the national security implications of auto and auto parts imports includes three different remedy options President Trump could consider as he weighs whether to impose import restrictions, industry sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
January 04, 2019

Gerrish and Doud will be accompanied by officials from USDA, Commerce, Treasury and Energy.


(In Trade)
December 26, 2018

“If this does not take place by that date, the Commission will consider taking appropriate measures.”


(In Trade)
December 20, 2018

“It seems Congress has given away an awful lot,” said one. “Maybe it shouldn’t be able to do that.”


(In Trade)
December 20, 2018

The probe will begin in “about three months.”


(Daily News)
December 18, 2018

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and ranking member Ron Wyden (D-OR) have told the Commerce Department, despite modifications to the Section 232 product-exclusion process earlier this year, companies applying for immunity continue to be confused and disadvantaged.


(In Trade)
December 07, 2018

“The determination brings to a successful conclusion investigations that were self-initiated by Commerce in 2017, the first such action by the department in more than 25 years,” the Aluminum Association said.


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