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(Daily News)
January 11, 2019

EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström on Thursday said talks with her U.S. counterpart were “very constructive,” with regulatory cooperation an area in which the U.S. and EU might be able to agree to outcomes even if talks on a broader trade agreement stall.


(In Trade)
January 10, 2019

The Senate Finance chair and European Union Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström met in Washington, DC.


(Daily News)
January 09, 2019

Trade ministers from the U.S., EU and Japan focused on non-market oriented policies and practices during a meeting in Washington, DC, this week, and instructed staff to finalize text on industrial subsidies in hopes of engaging other World Trade Organization members on the issue this spring, according to a joint statement.


(Daily News)
January 09, 2019

In back-to-back blows to British Prime Minister Theresa May's attempt to win approval for her Brexit plan, the United Kingdom Parliament voted on Wednesday to direct May to present a “Plan B” within three days if her deal is rejected next week. On Tuesday, the Parliament voted to restrict the government's spending powers in the event of a no-deal outcome.


(In Trade)
January 09, 2019

The tech industry group says Sam Rizzo's “expertise and experience in trade policy will deepen our bench and provide great value in an area that is a top priority for our members.”


(Daily News)
January 08, 2019

A business advocacy group that includes several large U.S. companies on Tuesday called on the British government to “stop the clock” on Brexit, saying that if Parliament votes down the withdrawal deal next week, as expected, another referendum should be held.


(In Trade)
January 08, 2019

The EU says the measures are needed due to concerns that steel subject to Section 232 tariffs in the U.S. could be dumped in the bloc.


(In Trade)
January 07, 2019

“We are trying to get the free trade agreement on track.”


(In Trade)
January 07, 2019

“We cannot withstand another six months.”


(Daily News)
January 04, 2019

Following a nine-month investigation, the European Commission on Friday announced its intent to impose tariff-rate quotas on certain steel products for three years beginning in February, allowing World Trade Organization members to consult with Brussels for the next month.


(In Trade)
January 02, 2019

Johnson: “What I'm focusing on here is something the president has also said – that is looking forward to, and hoping, that the environment will lead to the ability for the U.S. to do a quick, very massive bilateral trade deal.”


(Daily News)
December 26, 2018

The Trump administration will have its hands full in 2019, with new talks slated to begin with Brussels, Tokyo, London and potentially more, as well as the implementation of a revised deal with South Korea. The fate of the U.S.-Mexico -Canada Agreement will also be determined next year by a new Congress.


(In Trade)
December 26, 2018

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


(In Trade)
December 21, 2018

In October, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said “we would expect to have an equal or better deal than Japan gave the European Union regarding agriculture.”


(Daily News)
December 20, 2018

Incoming Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) on Thursday outlined his priorities for the new Congress -- making clear he will insist that agriculture to be included in any U.S.-European Union trade agreement.


(Daily News)
December 20, 2018

In lieu of action by the European Union, France has announced a plan to implement a digital services tax in 2019, despite U.S. industry claims that the tax is a trade barrier that violates World Trade Organization rules.


(Daily News)
December 19, 2018

Auto groups are calling on the U.S. to prioritize regulatory cohesion with the European Union in a potential trade deal with Brussels, though the two parties initially agreed to leave cars out of the discussion.


(Daily News)
December 14, 2018

Business and technology groups want the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to address problematic digital services tax proposals recently pitched by the European Union, as well as longstanding regulatory cooperation issues with the bloc.


(Daily News)
December 12, 2018

GENEVA -- The U.S. ambassador to the World Trade Organization on Wednesday blasted proposed Appellate Body reforms advanced by the European Union, China and others, saying they endorse the very practices the U.S. has repeatedly complained about.


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