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(Daily News)
September 12, 2017

A coalition of conservative free-market groups is urging the U.S. International Trade Commission to reject a finding of injury in an ongoing safeguard investigation, saying jobs were lost the last time the U.S. imposed import restrictions under the statute.


(Daily News)
September 11, 2017

Two U.S. airline companies -- Spirit and Sun Country -- are siding with Bombardier in antidumping and countervailing duty investigations called for by Boeing, arguing that duties on the Canadian aircraft maker would upset competition, raise ticket prices and inhibit future purchases of Bombardier planes featuring new engine technology.


(In Trade)
September 06, 2017

“For the steel industry, the temporary Section 201 relief provided critical stability at a time of crisis. The U.S. solar industry desperately needs similar breathing room.”


(Daily News)
September 01, 2017

The European Union, Mexico and other foreign governments are blasting the premise behind a U.S. International Trade Commission safeguard investigation into large residential washer imports, arguing it violates U.S. commitments under the North American Free Trade Agreement and the World Trade Organization.


(In Trade)
September 01, 2017

Both rulings are now slated for mid-December.


(In Trade)
August 29, 2017

The document will be made public within 30 days.


(Daily News)
August 28, 2017

Analysts and legal observers are characterizing the International Trade Commission's ongoing Section 201 investigation into solar imports as a multifaceted process that could boil down to a political determination by President Trump, with vacancies on the Commission creating a dynamic that sources say could lead to trade remedies.


(Daily News)
August 28, 2017

Argentina’s foreign ministry is charging that countervailing duties the United States recently slapped on biodiesel imports from Argentina are unjustified and do not comport with World Trade Organization rules.


(Daily News)
August 22, 2017

A Commerce Department investigation into whether the U.S. ripe olive industry is being injured by Spanish imports has prompted the European Union to “intervene” out of concern over the possibility of “unjustified” duties – and European agricultural interests fear U.S. actions could set a precedent affecting other countries and areas.


(Daily News)
August 21, 2017

In an ongoing Section 337 investigation at the U.S. International Trade Commission, Chinese steel producers are arguing that U.S. Steel's trans-shipment allegations against them are inadequately supported and should be dismissed.


(In Trade)
August 18, 2017

“Surging imports and massive overproduction have led to the near destruction of the remaining solar producers in America.”


(Daily News)
August 15, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission held a hearing on Tuesday as part of its investigation into whether the U.S. solar cell and module industry has been injured by foreign imports, probing petitioners on the proposed use of a seldom-used safeguard tool to provide relief for the U.S. industry.


(Daily News)
August 11, 2017

A bipartisan group of 69 lawmakers is urging the U.S. International Trade Commission to “carefully consider” the impact the requested remedies in a Section 201 investigation into solar imports could have on the domestic solar industry.


(Daily News)
August 10, 2017

Canada, Mexico and other foreign governments are blasting the premise behind the U.S. International Trade Commission's solar safeguard investigation -- the first safeguard case filed since 2001 -- arguing it is violative of U.S. commitments under the North American Free Trade Agreement and the World Trade Organization.


(Daily News)
August 04, 2017

The International Trade Commission has compiled data on the competitiveness of the solar industry from domestic companies and foreign importers in a report that will be used to inform a Section 201 investigation into solar imports.


(In Trade)
July 31, 2017

Katherine Tai, who succeeds Jason Kearns, has worked for the panel since since 2014.


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