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Hufbauer: “If USMCA is either rejected by Congress when the 6-month termination date arrives, or the vote has not yet been taken, and Trump declares NAFTA dead and gone, what then?”

Tue, 12:59 PM

Ag groups cite CPTPP, EU-Japan deal in warning that U.S. producers could be hurt.

Tue, 8:00 AM

Several countries have expressed a desire to impose similar duties on the U.S.

Mon, 5:44 PM

Pompeo: “If there’s a hard Brexit, I remain very confident the United States and the United Kingdom will continue to have a special relationship. It matters certainly to them, but it matters a great deal to us as well.”

Mon, 5:35 PM

Donohue says Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum must be lifted and urges the president not to withdraw from NAFTA.

Mon, 2:38 PM
By Brett Fortnam

GENEVA – The Chinese ambassador to the World Trade Organization on Tuesday warned members not to discriminate against Chinese state-owned enterprises, suggesting that some countries were intent on conflating Chinese SOEs with “public bodies.”

By Brett Fortnam

GENEVA -- The U.S. ambassador to the World Trade Organization said on Tuesday that WTO negotiations on fisheries subsidies will be a test case for future negotiations involving China, adding that the fisheries talks could be hampered if China seeks special and differential treatment.

By Hannah Monicken

A new report on the effect of Section 232 tariffs on the aluminum industry shows a 67 percent increase in production and thousands of jobs added in the industry and its downstream users.

By Isabelle Hoagland

While some members of the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday expressed qualified support for the administration's approach to China, several said they had not been briefed on U.S. plans for crucial talks over the next 90 days.

By Brett Fortnam

GENEVA -- Members of the World Trade Organization on Monday criticized each other over the decision by some to move ahead with plurilateral talks on sectoral issues, leading others to claim such discussions are suffocating broader multilateral initiatives, according to a Geneva official.

By Isabelle Hoagland

A U.S.-Japan free trade deal should include adequate currency protections, address differences in vehicle standards and facilitate smoother customs procedures, industry representatives said during a Monday hearing on potential negotiating objectives.



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