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Treasury Department

(Inside U.S. Trade)
June 11, 2010

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner yesterday (June 10) told the Senate Finance Committee that he is prepared to "take stock" after the G20 leaders' summit in Toronto in two weeks to make further decisions on the timing and substance of a delayed Treasury report to Congress that will state whether China is manipulating its currency.

(Daily News)
May 10, 2010

More than eight months after the departments of Commerce and Treasury released final rules allowing U.S. telecommunications companies to do business in Cuba if they receive a license to do so from the U.S. government, U.S. telecommunications companies are still making no inroads into the Cuban market, sources said.

(Daily News)
April 20, 2010

The Senate today (April 20) approved the nomination of Lael Brainard to be under secretary for international affairs at the Treasury Department, more than one year after the president nominated Brainard for that position on March 23, 2009. The 78-19 vote today came after the Senate yesterday approved, by a vote of 84-10, a motion to limit debate on the nomination.

(Daily News)
April 19, 2010

The Senate will today (April 19) vote on the motion to invoke cloture on the long-stalled nomination of Lael Brainard to be under secretary for international affairs at the Treasury Department.

(Text Document)
March 01, 2010

(Inside U.S. Trade)
February 12, 2010

The Senate on Thursday (Feb. 11) approved the nominations of four assistant secretaries of Commerce, including two officials at the Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS). The approval by unanimous consent of 27 administration nominees also included the approval of a new assistant secretary of the Treasury, according to an unofficial record of floor action.

(Daily News)
February 03, 2010

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner today (Feb. 3) testified to the House Ways and Means Committee that passing the pending free trade agreements with South Korea, Panama and Colombia is a part of President Obama's plan to double U.S. export in five years as is the effort to reach a Doha round deal.