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USTR

(In Trade)
March 23, 2021

The USTR and her Japanese counterpart “shared concerns about unfair trading practices from non-market economies, such as China.”


(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.


(In Trade)
March 22, 2021

The new USTR and the new WTO leader discussed “the future of trade and their shared commitment to economic empowerment through a worker-centered trade policy,” USTR said.


(Daily News)
March 22, 2021

Newly installed U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai on Monday took her first step toward meeting the Biden administration’s goal of better trans-Atlantic ties, speaking with her European and British counterparts about how to resolve aircraft subsidy disputes and how trade policy can combat climate change, as well as issues related to China and cooperation on World Trade Organization reform.


(Daily News)
March 22, 2021

A broad coalition of U.S. agricultural groups on Monday welcomed new U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai by sending her and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack a lengthy, detailed list of complaints about a “quickly deteriorating trade relationship” with Mexico.


(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

The first woman of color to serve as vice president on Thursday swore in the first woman of color to serve as U.S. Trade Representative.


(Daily News)
March 18, 2021

One of the first tasks for the new U.S. Trade Representative, Katherine Tai, will be a discussion of trade issues with her British counterpart next week, according to a British Embassy spokesperson.


(In Trade)
March 18, 2021

She is set to officially become the 19th USTR at 6:15.


(Daily News)
March 17, 2021

The Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved Katherine Tai to be President Biden’s U.S. Trade Representative, clearing the way for her to become the 19th USTR in U.S. history. 


(In Trade)
March 17, 2021

“You don’t always have the best judgment, Tom Carper, but I think in this case maybe you’re like the blind squirrel that finds a nugget.”


(Daily News)
March 16, 2021

The Senate on Tuesday invoked cloture on the nomination of Katherine Tai, President Biden’s choice for U.S. Trade Representative, teeing up a full vote on Wednesday. 


(In Trade)
March 11, 2021

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) filed cloture on Thursday.


(Daily News)
March 11, 2021

The looming expiration of so-called “fast-track” trade authority is prompting lawmakers and other stakeholders to assess ways the process might be improved as they wait to see whether the Biden administration requests the renewal of the authority.


(Daily News)
March 09, 2021

While the Biden administration might not pursue comprehensive trade pacts early on, it is likely to consider sectoral deals -- such as an agreement with the European Union on a carbon border-adjustment mechanism -- “sooner rather than later,” a member of the president’s Office of the U.S. Trade Representative transition team said on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
March 08, 2021

The panel will “advance gender equality globally through diplomacy, development, trade, and defense.”


(Daily News)
March 05, 2021

Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) is refining legislation that would establish a process to screen outbound investments and the offshoring of critical supply chains to ensure the U.S. is prepared “in times of crisis,” he said in a statement.


(In Trade)
March 05, 2021

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


(Daily News)
March 04, 2021

The House Ways & Means trade subcommittee on Thursday pressed a panel of witnesses on what might happen if the Trade Adjustment Assistance program expired this summer, as well as possible ways to improve its efficacy.


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