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(Daily News)
February 08, 2019

U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland said on Thursday that trade talks between the EU and U.S. have suffered due to the bloc’s lack of “good faith,” accusing European officials of “misrepresenting” the scope of the deal agreed to last year by President Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.


(Daily News)
February 08, 2019

The Senate Finance Committee might consider legislation on digital tax policies that is based on solutions suggested by members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said on Thursday.


(Daily News)
February 07, 2019

U.S. industry stakeholders are not optimistic about the chances that ongoing U.S.-EU trade discussions will produce meaningful progress on regulatory issues, seen by some as the most attainable outcome of the trans-Atlantic talks.


(Daily News)
February 04, 2019

The European Parliament’s International Trade Committee is considering a motion that would ask the Council of the EU -- representing the EU’s 28 member states -- to reject negotiating mandates it is considering that would allow the European Commission to formally launch trade talks with the United States.


(In Trade)
February 04, 2019

The agreements will prevent trade disruption and include mutual recognition of certain spirits.


(In Trade)
January 31, 2019

"The Commission remains open to consider voluntary cooperation activities in additional sectors even if these are not mentioned explicitly in the Joint Statement."


(In Trade)
January 30, 2019

The withdrawal deal “remains the best and only deal possible,” the European Commission president said.


(In Trade)
January 30, 2019

Trade law calls for “outreach to small businesses across the U.S. to better understand important concerns regarding trade with these markets and how trade agreements would benefit small businesses.”


(In Trade)
January 30, 2019

Trade law calls for “outreach to small businesses across the U.S. to better understand important concerns regarding trade with these markets and how trade agreements would benefit small businesses.”


(Daily News)
January 29, 2019

Industry groups on Tuesday said a future trade agreement with a post-Brexit United Kingdom should build off language in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, particularly its e-commerce and regulatory provisions.


(In Trade)
January 29, 2019

“It would be unfortunate if the WTO were to encourage the type of unfair and market-distorting trade that was at issue in this case.”


(In Trade)
January 29, 2019

“From the U.S. standpoint I don't know how you make that sale at all. Why do the heavy lifting of work on an agreement and leave unchanged some of the strongest tensions we have?”


(In Trade)
January 28, 2019

“The duties imposed by the United States on ripe olives from Spain are unjustified, unwarranted and go against the rules of the World Trade Organisation.”


(In Trade)
January 28, 2019

The U.S. International Trade Commission will hold a hearing on the possible economic effects of a U.S.-UK deal on Thursday.


(Daily News)
January 23, 2019

A push led by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to conduct trade talks with the European Union in stages could allow the U.S. and EU to sidestep a politically fraught debate over whether to include agriculture in the scope of an initial agreement, sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
January 22, 2019

“Our markets are so volatile right now because of a statement that's made here or there and we're sitting here with our beans hoping that we can go back to normal trade.”


(Daily News)
January 18, 2019

In a draft negotiating mandate published on Friday, the European Union said a trade deal on industrial goods could not be struck with the U.S. until Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum were lifted and Washington agreed not to impose such tariffs on autos and auto parts, or levy Section 301 tariffs on the EU.


(Daily News)
January 18, 2019

Industry groups are targeting the regulatory regime of the United Kingdom in submissions addressing a potential free trade agreement with the U.S., seeking to align the soon-to-be former European Union member state more closely with U.S. regulations than those of the EU.


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