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(Daily News)
August 15, 2018

The United States blocked the European Union’s request for a second compliance panel at a special Dispute Settlement Body meeting Wednesday -- a move the EU claimed went against a commitment the U.S. made in a 2012 sequencing agreement -- as the two sides remain embroiled in a 14-year battle at the World Trade Organization over subsidies four EU member states have provided to Airbus.


(In Trade)
August 10, 2018

“Aluminum will now be 20% and Steel 50%. Our relations with Turkey are not good at this time!”


(Daily News)
August 08, 2018

European trade officials are set to meet with their U.S. counterparts in Washington, DC, on Aug. 20 to flesh out the next steps for the EU-U.S. Executive Working Group, which could issue a report by the end of the year, sources told Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
August 06, 2018

The EU’s request comes after the WTO announced its arbitrator had resumed its review of the case.


(Daily News)
August 06, 2018

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate trade-related barriers U.S. companies face when exporting to the United Kingdom.


(In Trade)
August 06, 2018

“The Trump Administration has concerns with Turkey’s compliance with GSP’s market access criterion.”


(In Trade)
August 02, 2018

Juncker: “The European Union can import more soybeans from the U.S. and this is happening as we speak. This is a win-win situation for European and American citizens.”


(In Trade)
August 01, 2018

“If we're going to try to negotiate with the EU on tariffs and preferences, shouldn't the GDPR be part of that negotiation?”


(Daily News)
July 26, 2018

Lawmakers and industry sources are applauding the Trump administration for de-escalating trade tensions with the European Union, but some are questioning whether the “deal” struck between President Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will lead to a concrete agreement between the two sides to reduce trade barriers.


(Daily News)
July 26, 2018

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Thursday said the national security-based Section 232 tool is only effective if it is applied globally, despite relationships the U.S. has with countries considered to be key allies.


(Daily News)
July 25, 2018

President Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker announced on Wednesday that the U.S. and EU will refrain from imposing additional tariffs on each other and launch a trade dialogue with the intent of bringing non-auto industrial tariffs to zero.


(Daily News)
July 25, 2018

The United Kingdom’s Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox on Wednesday said he hopes the Trump administration will notify Congress of its intent to enter into negotiations for a bilateral trade agreement with London by Christmas, teeing up the two countries to begin formal negotiations on March 30, the day after the UK’s deadline to exit the European Union.


(Daily News)
July 20, 2018

As a handful of World Trade Organization members lay the groundwork for the launch of negotiations on an e-commerce deal, divergent views on the prospective scope of an initiative involving the U.S., European Union and China could prevent their inclusion in an eventual plurilateral.


(Daily News)
July 20, 2018

EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström this week stopped short of fully endorsing a plurliateral solution to solve an auto trade dispute with the U.S., saying it was something that should be “explored” but not a surefire way to ease trade tensions.


(Daily News)
July 20, 2018

Honduras has issued proposals to spur discussions among WTO members about issues affecting the Appellate Body and how to resolve a World Trade Organization disagreement over the so-called Rule 15 issue, which the United States has used as a justification to block appointments to the Appellate Body, according to a Geneva trade official.


(Daily News)
July 20, 2018

President Trump on Friday morning reiterated a willingness to hit China with tariffs on $500 billion worth of exports to the U.S., which would cover essentially all U.S. imports, and pledged to recoup losses from what he alleged to be currency manipulation by China and the European Union.


(In Trade)
July 19, 2018

“If countermeasures were to be imposed by your allies in the context of the auto sector, the number of U.S. jobs lost would rise from 195,000 to 624,000 high-paying manufacturing jobs. These jobs could be lost to the U.S. forever.”


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