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(Daily News)
September 28, 2020

A group representing a range of U.S. companies and industry associations opposes several measures in fiscal year 20101 House and Senate defense authorization bills that would demand domestic sourcing for U.S. weapons programs and force companies to cut ties with Chinese suppliers.


(Daily News)
September 25, 2020

Reshoring production is not the be-all and end-all solution to the creation of more resilient supply chains of critical goods, medical industry representatives said this week during a hearing held by the U.S. International Trade Commission to inform a congressionally mandated report.


(Daily News)
September 24, 2020

The renewal of two key trade programs could be in jeopardy due to unrelated political considerations such as a bruising Supreme Court nomination fight and “how raw feelings are” in the aftermath of the election, according to House Ways & Means trade subcommittee Chairman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR).


(In Trade)
September 23, 2020

“I think this would be a great point of departure for a broader conversation that we need for our economy.”


(Daily News)
September 23, 2020

House Ways & Means trade subcommittee Chairman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) on Wednesday took aim at what he called President Trump’s politicized trade approach to China, including recent national security-related moves involving TikTok and WeChat.


(In Trade)
September 22, 2020

Rep. Adrian Smith writes that Japan’s new prime minister “has emphasized strengthening existing ties with the United States. What better way to do that than to get Phase Two off the ground.”


(In Trade)
September 22, 2020

Benefits were set to expire on Sept. 30.


(Daily News)
September 21, 2020

The House is expected to vote on the renewal of the Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act on Wednesday, the offices of sponsors Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL) and Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) told Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
September 21, 2020

The virtual event is scheduled for Oct. 6.


(Daily News)
September 18, 2020

Democrats and human-rights advocates on Thursday expressed disappointment with the Trump administration’s move to ban imports from specific companies believed to be using forced labor in China’s Xinjiang province, while apparel industry representatives testifying at the same hearing defended targeted actions rather than a region-wide ban.


(Daily News)
September 17, 2020

U.S. trading partners dealing with Trump administration trade officials are keeping an eye on November -- and some believe “we're going to go back to where we were” if Joe Biden wins the presidential election, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said this week.


(In Trade)
September 17, 2020

The legislation would mandate the establishment of a task force to “identify countervailable subsidies and dumping.”


(In Trade)
September 17, 2020

“Long-term renewal of the GSP would allow American businesses to better plan for the future and could lead to increased use of the program.”


(Daily News)
September 16, 2020

United Kingdom Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab met with administration officials and lawmakers on Wednesday in an attempt to ease concerns over the Good Friday Agreement as the UK tries to ensure trade talks with the U.S. are not deterred by a Brexit fallout.


(In Trade)
September 16, 2020

The Louisiana Democrat will succeed the late Rep. John Lewis on the committee.


(In Trade)
September 16, 2020

“An Ireland divided by a hard border risks inflaming old tensions that very much still fester today and undoing decades of progress.”


(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.


(In Trade)
September 15, 2020

“If we … instead make that status dependent on good behavior, America's corporate leaders will think twice about permanently outsourcing jobs to the communist nation.”


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