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(Daily News)
March 12, 2019

Several members of the New Democrat Coalition said on Tuesday that while significant concerns about the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement remain, they hope to ensure the deal is passed before an August recess.


(In Trade)
March 12, 2019

Claudia Slacik now awaits confirmation by the full Senate, along with Kimberly Reed, Trump’s pick to head the bank; Judith DelZoppo Pryor; and former Rep. Spencer Bachus.


(Daily News)
March 12, 2019

Blocking the appointment or reappointment of members to the World Trade Organization’s Appellate Body is the only way for the U.S. to gain leverage in pushing for reforms, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
March 12, 2019

“Maybe I shouldn’t draw that conclusion yet. It’s something that I have to keep in the back of my mind, so I haven’t really concluded that. But the broader support we can get towards two-thirds of the Senate of the United States the better chance there is of a president not vetoing it.”


(In Trade)
March 12, 2019

The Finance chair said if 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods are increased to 25 percent, “I hope that we have an exclusion.”


(In Trade)
March 12, 2019

“Clearly, carbon dioxide emissions are exacerbated by international trade and imports to the United States”


(Daily News)
March 12, 2019

Any U.S.-China trade deal on tariffs and trade barriers will mandate that China not competitively devalue its currency and include enforceable transparency requirements, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday.


(Daily News)
March 12, 2019

Any legislation modifying the president’s authority to impose national security-based tariffs must establish clear guidelines and distribute adequate resources to the U.S. International Trade Commission if the agency is given a role, ITC Commissioner Jason Kearns said last Friday.


(Daily News)
March 12, 2019

Any legislation modifying the president’s authority to impose national security-based tariffs must establish clear guidelines and distribute adequate resources to the U.S. International Trade Commission if the agency is given a role, ITC Commissioner Jason Kearns said last Friday.


(In Trade)
March 11, 2019

"Seven-figure" campaign planned for Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC.


(In Trade)
March 11, 2019

USMCA expected to be a key issue for the pro-trade bloc.


(Daily News)
March 11, 2019

Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ)'s push to open a Section 232 investigation into imports of carbon emissions poses a range of questions about feasibility, including its World Trade Organization viability, analysts told Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
March 08, 2019

A coalition of border state organizations and companies, along with Arizona lawmakers, is pushing back against the Trump administration's announcement last month of its intent to withdraw from a suspension agreement with Mexico over fresh tomatoes.


(In Trade)
March 07, 2019

Washington state's congressional delegation is urging Lighthizer to prioritize sanitary and phytosanitary issues, specifically for apples, in talks with Tokyo.


(Daily News)
March 06, 2019

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has instructed his staff to work with Sens. Pat Toomey (R-PA), Rob Portman (R-OH) and Democrats to craft a bill restricting President Trump's national-security tariff powers that would win enough support to override a veto, he said on Wednesday.


(Daily News)
March 06, 2019

House Ways & Means Committee ranking member Kevin Brady (R-TX) on Wednesday blasted a proposal released by France’s Finance Ministry that would tax technology companies -- including U.S.-based giants like Amazon, Facebook and Google -- for digital sales made in France.


(Daily News)
March 05, 2019

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said on Tuesday that the removal of Section 232 tariffs on Canada and Mexico was the “first step” toward the passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, after which some Democratic concerns about the deal's environmental and labor provisions would have to be “accommodated.”


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