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(Daily News)
October 04, 2017

Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord this week terminated U.S. Steel's trans-shipment claim accusing Chinese steel manufacturers of misrepresenting country of origin and canceled an upcoming trial, leaving just one of the company's three claims active in a U.S. International Trade Commission Section 337 investigation.


(In Trade)
October 03, 2017

The Commission is weighing remedy recommendations for President Trump.


(Daily News)
October 03, 2017

The Solar Energy Industries Association, the party formally opposing a Section 201 investigation into solar imports at the U.S. International Trade Commission, is arguing the petitioners’ remedy proposals are illegal.


(In Trade)
October 02, 2017

McCain, Flake fear “unnecessary penalties that could have negative impacts on aerospace employees, U.S. air carriers, and airline companies.”


(Daily News)
September 28, 2017

The petitioners in an ongoing Section 201 investigation have outlined remedy proposals for the U.S. International Trade Commission to consider when compiling a report to President Trump in November, calling for both tariffs and quotas on solar products over a four-year period. The respondents, meanwhile, are advocating direct assistance to affected companies.


(In Trade)
September 28, 2017

But Heitkamp says “this whole thing has been turned upside down; I think there's still a lot of internal discussions about who's going to serve in what slot and how we move forward.”


(In Trade)
September 28, 2017

Trump's pick for deputy USTR will be flanked by the president's choice for chief agricultural negotiator, Gregory Doud, and ITC candidate Jason Kearns.


(Daily News)
September 28, 2017

China and South Korea are questioning the U.S. International Trade Commission's determination that solar imports have caused serious injury to the U.S. industry, arguing that a global remedy could violate U.S. obligations under the World Trade Organization and the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement.


(Daily News)
September 26, 2017

Trade attorneys and analysts are confident President Trump will impose trade restrictions on solar imports as a result of the U.S. International Trade Commission's affirmative finding that the domestic solar industry has been seriously injured.


(Daily News)
September 22, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday unanimously ruled that the domestic solar industry has been seriously injured by solar imports, propelling the safeguard investigation into a remedy phase in which the ITC will suggest next steps to President Trump.


(Daily News)
September 20, 2017

The Solar Energy Industries Association, in a Sept. 19 letter to the U.S. International Trade Commission, knocked the petitioners in a safeguard investigation into solar imports for not following precedent and explaining how import relief would facilitate a “positive adjustment” to import competition, as allowed for in the law.


(In Trade)
September 19, 2017

“The growing U.S. solar installation market would be well served by vibrant domestic competition rather than an overreliance on imports from China.”


(In Trade)
September 18, 2017

“We won’t do business with a company that’s busy trying to sue us and trying to put our aerospace workers out of business.”


(In Trade)
September 18, 2017

“Tariffs would result in both immediate loss of jobs in New York and a surrender of competitive advantages and economic opportunities throughout the nationwide clean energy economy.”


(In Trade)
September 12, 2017

The senator was among several advocating before the ITC for duties on imports from Canada.


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