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(Daily News)
October 31, 2019

The U.S. and rest of the world will not be able to move forward with digital trade without privacy standards, analysts argued on Thursday, advocating for international agreements.


(In Trade)
October 30, 2019

“There is a clear opportunity to build on recent agreements to further strengthen digital trade in the US-UK context.”


(In Trade)
October 27, 2019

In a series of Generalized System of Preferences moves, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Friday said it planned to suspend duty-free treatment for Thailand, restore some benefits for Ukraine and kick off reviews of South Africa and Azerbaijan.


(Daily News)
October 27, 2019

In a series of Generalized System of Preferences moves, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Friday said it planned to suspend duty-free treatment for Thailand, restore some benefits for Ukraine and kick off reviews of South Africa and Azerbaijan.


(In Trade)
October 22, 2019

The U.S. and UK will have to make tradeoffs in balancing peace at the Irish border and trade interests, witnesses at a House hearing said Tuesday.


(In Trade)
October 22, 2019

“And it actually, in some ways, could be better for us and the UK in that then Europe would have to deal with the combination of U.S. and UK. So it’s not such a bed of roses for Europe to have a hard Brexit.” 


(In Trade)
October 18, 2019

Le Maire: “I called for the opening of negotiations with the European Commission to find an agreement as soon as possible.”


(In Trade)
October 18, 2019

“I called for the opening of negotiations with the European Commission to find an agreement as soon as possible.”


(In Trade)
October 18, 2019

Le Maire: “I called for the opening of negotiations with the European Commission to find an agreement as soon as possible.”


(Daily News)
October 18, 2019

The European Union’s trade chief said on Friday the bloc had “no alternative” but to respond in kind to tariffs stemming from a World Trade Organization dispute over aircraft subsidies the U.S. imposed this week, which have drawn a mixed response from U.S. business groups.


(Daily News)
October 17, 2019

Business groups are welcoming the announcement of a new Brexit agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom on Thursday while continuing to warn against a no-deal outcome.


(In Trade)
October 16, 2019

“The trade imbalance is so great that we can’t lose that because they do much more business than we do and that’s unfortunate.”


(In Trade)
October 16, 2019

“Italy has a problem with the way we’ve divided it up because they said they had much less to do with it, and Germany had more to do with it and France had more to do with it.”


(Daily News)
October 09, 2019

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on Wednesday proposed an outline of an international tax structure that would allow countries to tax companies that do not have a physical presence in those countries, a step toward an agreement that could supplant digital services taxes already in place or under consideration.


(In Trade)
October 07, 2019

"The best thing we can do is to remain united and the worst thing we can do is to have fights and spats on issues that make absolutely no sense when we have to keep our eye on something bigger."


(Daily News)
October 03, 2019

The U.S. decision to impose tariffs on the European Union in retaliation for subsidies provided to Airbus will make trans-Atlantic negotiations on aircraft “more complicated” and push the EU to impose its own retaliatory tariffs when authorized to do so, the EU Commission said this week.


(Daily News)
October 02, 2019

The United States will impose 10 percent tariffs on aircraft and 25 percent tariffs on agricultural and industrial goods from the European Union in retaliation for illegal subsidies EU member states provided to Airbus, according to senior administration officials.


(Daily News)
October 02, 2019

A World Trade Organization arbitrator has granted the United States the right to retaliate annually on almost $7.5 billion worth of European goods for illegal subsidies that member states provided to Airbus – even though a compliance panel is set to rule later this month on whether the illegal measures have been removed.


(In Trade)
October 01, 2019

“The EU’s leadership role in global trade has never been more important or faced as many challenges as it does today,” he said.


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