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(Daily News)
April 09, 2021

The U.S. International Trade Commission this week finalized how it will implement U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement provisions on investigations of Mexican cross-border trucking services.


(Daily News)
April 08, 2021

A bipartisan group of 29 lawmakers from Florida, Georgia and Michigan this week voiced support for a U.S. International Trade Commission Section 332 investigation into imports of cucumbers and squash from Mexico, the subject of a hearing on Thursday featuring government and industry witnesses.


(Daily News)
April 05, 2021

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai met last week with an attorney representing SK Innovation in a dispute involving electric vehicle battery components to discuss a looming presidential review of a U.S. International Trade Commission decision, according to a letter obtained by Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
March 22, 2021

The Delaware District Court “is a good forum and we welcome that because we have to clean our name, which has been severely contaminated,” Kim said.


(Daily News)
March 19, 2021

SK Innovation Board of Directors Chairman Kim Jong-hoon was in Washington, DC, this week to deliver an ultimatum to the Biden administration: Overturn the U.S. International Trade Commission’s ban on SKI imports of electric battery vehicle components or lose billions in investment, Kim told Inside U.S. Trade on Thursday.


(Daily News)
March 18, 2021

Two key Democratic congressmen are calling for stronger enforcement measures against seafood imports caught through illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing after the U.S. International Trade Commission released a report that found 11 percent of U.S. seafood imports are derived via illicit means.


(Daily News)
March 12, 2021

The U.S. Court of International Trade this week dismissed a challenge to the Commerce Department’s Section 232 exclusion process, saying the national security-based statute provides the administration with broad discretion.


(Daily News)
March 10, 2021

The U.S. International Trade Commission’s recent decision to limit imports needed for electric vehicle battery production in a Georgia plant could make it more difficult for some automakers to meet an already challenging U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement rule of origin, a longtime auto industry analyst said on Tuesday.


(Daily News)
March 10, 2021

Efforts to adapt trade investigation procedures to a virtual work environment during the COVID-19 pandemic revealed opportunities to reduce costs, broaden witness participation and increase public access to hearings, according to officials who say some changes could lead to permanent improvements.


(In Trade)
March 08, 2021

The commission next week will hold a hearing in its antidumping and countervailing duty investigations.


(In Trade)
March 05, 2021

The ITC said it found “SK’s destruction of evidence in this case to be extraordinary.”


(In Trade)
February 24, 2021

The report was requested by Ways & Means Chairman Richard Neal (D-MA) in 2019.


(Daily News)
February 23, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has led to a rise in the sale of counterfeit goods on the internet, sparking concern among businesses and setting up the U.S. International Trade Commission for an increasingly pivotal role, trade analysts tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
February 19, 2021

The U.S. International Trade Commission has had to extend deadlines in some intellectual property infringement cases because of resource and workload constraints, not because companies are abusing the process, according to ITC Chairman Jason Kearns.


(In Trade)
February 18, 2021

A Crowell & Moring lawyer addresses a Section 337 case now under presidential review.


(In Trade)
February 17, 2021

The Section 337 investigation was requested by Ericsson.


(Daily News)
February 12, 2021

Citing long-term, structural changes to its workload, the U.S. International Trade Commission on Wednesday asked Congress for $118.8 million to carry out its operations for fiscal year 2022, an increase of $15.8 million over 2021.


(In Trade)
February 11, 2021

The vote means the probe will be closed and no remedies recommended to the president.


(In Trade)
February 10, 2021

Senate Ag Chair Debbie Stabenow (D) and fellow Michigan senator Gary Peters (D) threw their support behind the probe.


(Daily News)
February 08, 2021

Tariffs on some solar products, which were adjusted on Sunday, create additional costs for U.S. companies and hinder the Biden administration’s environmental goals, industry executives and attorneys say.


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