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(Daily News)
February 25, 2021

U.S. Trade Representative nominee Katherine Tai on Thursday pledged to hold China accountable under its phase-one deal with the U.S. and to work with the rest of the Biden administration to craft a long-term vision for how the U.S. can best compete with Beijing.


(Daily News)
February 25, 2021

Katherine Tai, President Biden’s pick for U.S. Trade Representative, told the Senate Finance Committee during her confirmation hearing on Thursday that if she is confirmed, trade will not be “put on the backburner at all” by the Biden administration.


(Daily News)
February 25, 2021

Katherine Tai, President Biden’s pick for U.S. Trade Representative, told the Senate Finance Committee during her confirmation hearing on Thursday that if she is confirmed, trade will not be “put on the back burner at all” by the Biden administration.


(In Trade)
February 25, 2021

The focus will be “opportunities for equitable access and modernization.”


(In Trade)
February 25, 2021

During a Finance Committee confirmation hearing, the chairman said trade policy should not be about “angry tweets and flimsy trade deals that produce more headlines than jobs.”


(Daily News)
February 24, 2021

Katherine Tai, President Biden’s pick for U.S. Trade Representative, will outline the administration’s short- and long-term priorities to the Senate Finance Committee on Thursday, focusing first on how trade can aid in pandemic recovery efforts, according to an opening statement for her confirmation hearing.


(In Trade)
February 24, 2021

The report was requested by Ways & Means Chairman Richard Neal (D-MA) in 2019.


(In Trade)
February 23, 2021

“The next USTR must avoid the use of tariffs as a blunt instrument, and must avoid inaction on trade agreements as well.”


(Daily News)
February 22, 2021

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR) this week will question Katherine Tai, President Biden’s pick for U.S. Trade Representative, about the connection between trade policies and the middle class and the importance of opening markets for U.S. exports.


(In Trade)
February 19, 2021

“We need to beat this evil empire and resign Chinese communists, just like the Bolsheviks, to the ‘ash heap of history.’”


(Daily News)
February 19, 2021

The U.S. International Trade Commission has had to extend deadlines in some intellectual property infringement cases because of resource and workload constraints, not because companies are abusing the process, according to ITC Chairman Jason Kearns.


(Daily News)
February 18, 2021

Katherine Tai, President Biden’s pick for U.S. Trade Representative, will testify before the Senate Finance Committee next Thursday, the panel said this week.


(In Trade)
February 18, 2021

“The absence of U.S. incentives has made our country uncompetitive and America’s share of global semiconductor manufacturing has steadily declined as a result.”


(Daily News)
February 16, 2021

The Senate Finance Committee is aiming to hold a confirmation hearing next week for Katherine Tai, President Biden’s pick to serve as U.S. Trade Representative, several sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
February 16, 2021

“Companies must now pay over $2.5 million per day in extra taxes. GSP expiration is causing immediate harm to American companies and workers.”


(Daily News)
February 12, 2021

Citing long-term, structural changes to its workload, the U.S. International Trade Commission on Wednesday asked Congress for $118.8 million to carry out its operations for fiscal year 2022, an increase of $15.8 million over 2021.


(In Trade)
February 10, 2021

The bill “would ensure that … states do not create a patchwork of different standards governing interstate and exported goods.”


(In Trade)
February 10, 2021

“Without immediate relief there is a real possibility that the United States could lose the fresh grapefruit market in the EU to other countries that are not subject to this tariff,” the members of Congress wrote.


(Daily News)
February 10, 2021

The renewal of the Generalized System of Preferences will be taken up by Congress this year, House Ways & Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-MA) said on Tuesday, calling for an “upgrade” and for provisions ensuring reimbursement for duties incurred during a lapse in benefits.


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