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USTR

(Daily News)
February 18, 2005

The White House is likely to name a replacement for outgoing U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick on an acting basis early next week, when he starts his new job as the Deputy Secretary of State, according to an informed source.


(Daily News)
February 18, 2005

The White House late today (Feb. 18) announced that Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Peter Allgeier will be the acting USTR after Robert Zoellick leaves for the State Department.


(Daily News)
February 17, 2005

The Senate late last night (Feb. 16) confirmed U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick as the Deputy Secretary of State, and he is expected to leave his USTR slot very soon, according to informed sources.


(Daily News)
January 31, 2005

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick last weekend signaled possible new U.S. flexibility on the tariff-reduction formula that would be used to slash industrial tariffs in developing countries.


(Daily News)
January 10, 2005

The Bush Administration and ambassadors from five Central American governments and the Dominican Republic will meet today to discuss the potential implications of a recently passed Guatemalan pharmaceutical law that the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office believes violates the provisions of the U.S.-Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA).


(Daily News)
November 16, 2004

United States Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas Donohue today (Nov. 16) said that he is “not persuaded” that U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick will leave early on in a second Bush Administration.


(Daily News)
October 13, 2004

A U.S. trade official today (Oct. 13) held open the possibility that the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative would delay a procedural step with respect to the U.S.-Australia free-trade agreement that could delay its implementation on Jan. 1, 2005. That procedural step covers an exchange of diplomatic notes by which each country certifies that the other’s implementing legislation fulfills the obligations of the FTA.


(Daily News)
September 17, 2004

The latest round of free trade agreement negotiations between the U.S. and three Andean nations ended this week with the Bush Administration denying that U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick would resign following November’s presidential election.


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