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(Daily News)
September 01, 2017

The United Kingdom’s top Brexit negotiator believes that maintaining current standards should make negotiations with the European Union over their future partnership easier, signaling that the UK is likely to maintain a standards regime that caused headaches for U.S. negotiators during talks on a U.S.-EU trade agreement.


(In Trade)
August 28, 2017

Commerce is scheduled to announce its final CVD determinations by Nov. 9.


(Daily News)
August 28, 2017

Argentina’s foreign ministry is charging that countervailing duties the United States recently slapped on biodiesel imports from Argentina are unjustified and do not comport with World Trade Organization rules.


(Daily News)
August 25, 2017

The British government hopes to ensure the free flow of data with the European Union after it completes its withdrawal from the economic bloc, potentially setting the stage for the European Commission to establish a unified position on data flows.


(In Trade)
August 23, 2017

“I haven’t heard of any negotiations moving forward. I don’t think any trade agreement can be accomplished real easily.”


(Daily News)
August 22, 2017

The United Kingdom is seeking to secure the free flow of goods-related services with the European Union as part of the Brexit deal the two governments are negotiating, according to a position paper the UK released on Aug. 21.


(Daily News)
August 22, 2017

A Commerce Department investigation into whether the U.S. ripe olive industry is being injured by Spanish imports has prompted the European Union to “intervene” out of concern over the possibility of “unjustified” duties – and European agricultural interests fear U.S. actions could set a precedent affecting other countries and areas.


(Daily News)
August 10, 2017

Canada, Mexico and other foreign governments are blasting the premise behind the U.S. International Trade Commission's solar safeguard investigation -- the first safeguard case filed since 2001 -- arguing it is violative of U.S. commitments under the North American Free Trade Agreement and the World Trade Organization.


(In Trade)
August 08, 2017

“DIT continues to build on our trade capability – the trade policy team has grown significantly from 45 in June 2016 to over 300 today.”


(In Trade)
August 08, 2017

“DIT continues to build on our trade capability – the trade policy team has grown significantly from 45 in June 2016 to over 300 today.”


(Daily News)
August 02, 2017

The Consortium for Common Food Names and the Wine Institute have filed objections with the Chinese government over applications the European Union has submitted that seek to protect various wine and cheese names as geographical indications in China.


(In Trade)
August 01, 2017

“There can be no question that these barriers are responsible for a significant portion of our current trade imbalance.”


(Daily News)
July 26, 2017

British officials have discussed with their U.S. counterparts the possibility of negotiating a plurilateral agreement on services, preparing for a scenario in which the Trade in Service Agreement negotiations remained unfinished because the European Union could not rectify internal divisions over data flow provisions, sources said.


(In Trade)
July 25, 2017

On Twitter, the president says the deal “Could be very big & exciting. JOBS!”


(In Trade)
July 24, 2017

“The immediate priority is to give businesses on both sides of the Atlantic certainty and confidence.”


(Daily News)
July 24, 2017

British trade minister Liam Fox on Monday offered a full-throated support of the global rules-based trading system -- and the World Trade Organization in particular -- while claiming that the UK's desire for outward-looking free trade is in line with the values of the Trump administration.


(In Trade)
July 21, 2017

Richard Grenell is a former U.S. spokesman to the United Nations.


(Daily News)
July 19, 2017

Europeans remain unsure whether the U.S. will maintain the level of protection for the data of EU citizens stipulated under the Privacy Shield agreement because the Trump administration has not reaffirmed rules put into place by the Obama administration -- and has yet to install the political appointees who would guide the issue, the European Parliament's lead member on data protection said this week.


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