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Reps. Jodey Arrington (R-TX), Drew Ferguson (R-GA) and Ron Estes (R-KS) get the nod.

Tue, 4:36 PM

“This approach fails ... there are big differences in the different segments of the steel market.”

Tue, 3:42 PM

“If the duty rate ... is raised to 25 percent, USTR will initiate an appropriate exclusion process,” Lighthizer told Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA).

Tue, 1:59 PM

Ford: “Certainty is something we really desire because of our product lead times. We don't have that right now.”

Mon, 7:27 PM

The top stories from the past week.

Mon, 1:10 PM
By Isabelle Hoagland

The timeline for congressional consideration of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement is “more unclear” than ever due to the partial government shutdown and unanswered questions on Mexican labor reforms and Section 232 tariffs, Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-WA) said on Tuesday after speaking with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer last week.

By Brett Fortnam

The British Parliament on Tuesday overwhelming rejected a Brexit deal with the European Union forged by Prime Minister Theresa May, leading May to agree to debate a motion of no confidence in Parliament on Wednesday.

By Isabelle Hoagland

Mexico's 2019 budget is unlikely to include money to implement labor reforms called for in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, with officials saying President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's administration cannot allocate funds until legislation enacting those reforms is signed into law.

By Brett Fortnam

Industry groups are urging the Bureau of Industry and Security to narrowly apply new export controls as the agency seeks to determine what products qualify as “emerging technologies” that will be subject to those new controls, according to comments submitted to BIS.

By Hannah Monicken

NEW ORLEANS -- The European Union is watching closely whether the U.S. removes Section 232 tariffs on Canadian and Mexican steel and aluminum imports as the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement ratification process continues, hoping for a sign that the U.S. can be “flexible” in trade negotiations, an EU official said here on Monday.

By Hannah Monicken

NEW ORLEANS -- President Trump said Monday that he believed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement was in “very good shape” in Congress despite Democratic concerns.

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  • The latest draft of the Commerce Department’s Section 232 report on the national security implications of auto and auto parts imports includes three different remedy options President Trump could consider as he weighs whether to impose import restrictions, industry sources tell Inside U.S....

  • Trade ministers from the U.S., EU and Japan focused on non-market oriented policies and practices during a meeting in Washington, DC, this week, and instructed staff to finalize text on industrial subsidies in hopes of engaging other World Trade Organization members on the issue this spring,...

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