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(Daily News)
May 24, 2018

European Union and Chinese officials said on Thursday that the United States would be in violation of World Trade Organization rules if it attempted to justify tariffs on auto imports by claiming the measures were for national security purposes.


(Daily News)
May 23, 2018

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has initiated a Section 232 investigation into the national security implications of automobile imports, the Commerce Department said on Wednesday.


(Daily News)
May 22, 2018

European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström does not believe the U.S. views Brussels’ offer to negotiate a limited trade agreement as a sufficient incentive to exempt the EU from Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum, she said on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
May 22, 2018

The goal is “promoting the benefits of Anglo-American trade and helping lay the groundwork for an eventual trade agreement between our countries.”


(Daily News)
May 21, 2018

European leaders last week agreed on a potential agenda for trade discussions between the U.S. and EU that includes topics such as industrial tariffs, procurement, voluntary regulatory cooperation and trade of liquefied natural gas if the Trump administration provides the EU with a permanent exemption from the Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs.


(Daily News)
May 17, 2018

The European Union is preparing to hit roughly $3.34 billion worth of U.S. goods with a 25 percent tariff on June 20 and an additional $4.22 billion worth of U.S. goods with tariffs ranging from 10 to 50 percent on March 23, 2021, in response to the U.S.’ imposition of steel and aluminum tariffs.


(Daily News)
May 14, 2018

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Monday lamented that the World Trade Organization's’ most-favored nation principle and bound-tariff rates prevent the U.S. from reciprocal trade with its partners, including China and the European Union.


(Daily News)
May 10, 2018

Officials and industry representatives from the U.S. and European Union this week weighed the impact of the General Data Protection Regulation, a policy set to take effect later this month in the EU, with the U.S. saying a number of issues still remain before it views the platform as the most-preferred comprehensive digital trade framework.


(In Trade)
May 08, 2018

“I don't think you can just have a 'one-size-fits-all answer.' ... You have to actually be able to differentiate.”


(In Trade)
May 02, 2018

“It's time for the U.S. to put more muscle behind these words. We need countries to begin listening, and to defend names against what is an aggressive grab for market access by the EU.”


(In Trade)
May 01, 2018

“This short temporary extension provides no relief to the industry, which is already in a vulnerable state.”


(In Trade)
April 27, 2018

“The president will decide. That is very clear,” Merkel said.


(Daily News)
April 27, 2018

A Mexican law on geographical indications that goes into effect on Friday will allow U.S. stakeholders to challenge GI protections in Mexico, but does not completely assuage fears of U.S. dairy producers.


(Daily News)
April 25, 2018

Major U.S. dairy groups are warning of the consequences of geographical indications for some cheeses in an updated trade deal between Mexico and the European Union and urging Mexico to reconsider them before the pact is finalized.


(In Trade)
April 25, 2018

“A commercial war opposing allies is not consistent with our mission, with our history, with our commitments for global security. It will destroy jobs, increase prices and the middle class will have to pay for it.”


(Daily News)
April 25, 2018

A European Commission official told the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee this week that EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström has made clear to her U.S. counterpart that Europe will not agree to voluntary export restraints to avoid tariffs on steel and aluminum.


(Daily News)
April 24, 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday said France as a member of the European Union prioritizes adhering to World Trade Organization rules, but dodged a question on whether the EU will receive a permanent exemption to the U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs when asked about them.


(In Trade)
April 19, 2018

The objectives are “to improve transparency, reduce uncertainty, identify potential cross-border implementation issues” and work toward “compatibility of each other’s national laws and regulations.”


(In Trade)
April 19, 2018

“Any discussions regarding the Proclamations would not be under the Agreement on Safeguards and would be without prejudice to our view that the Proclamations are not safeguard measures.”


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