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A coalition of CEOs from U.S. industries particularly sensitive to foreign dumping is calling for increased enforcement of trade laws in order to restore the U.S. economy, and want Congress to make both statutory and practice changes to trade enforcement law.

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“Without legislation, the next Administration could revoke this much-needed policy with the stroke of a pen.”

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“Our goal as a nation must be to rely more on products made right here in the U.S.A.”

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The panel last year faulted Indonesia on all counts in the case, and the DSB was slated to adopt the panel reports in a special meeting this week.

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The Senate votes 66-31 in favor of proceeding.

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The top stories from the latest issue of Inside U.S. Trade.

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Analysts and industry sources say the 2016 elections of President Trump and Taiwan's relatively pro-U.S. President Tsai Ing-wen may create the best chance in years for a free trade agreement between the two countries, although observers warn that multiple hurdles remain in striking a bilateral deal.

House Financial Services insurance subcommittee Chairman Sean Duffy (R-WI) at a Feb. 16 hearing urged the Trump administration to review the covered insurance agreement struck between the outgoing Obama administration and the European Union, before the deal goes into force in April.

Analysts and academics clashed today at the Peterson Institute for International Economics over President Trump’s trade policy options in a post-Trans-Pacific Partnership world, with some saying that the Asia-Pacific deal should be revamped, enlarged and renamed. Argument also erupted over whether the administration's plan to pursue bilateral deals, including one with Japan, will succeed.

Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR), joined by six House Democrats, on Thursday introduced a resolution called the “Blueprint for America’s Future Trade Policy” that outlines principles and a time line for the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

A waiver needed for U.S. trade representative nominee Robert Lighthizer to be confirmed for the role could be delayed as Democrats gear up for a fight to get the Miners Protection Act passed -- an effort that Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) believes has no chance of success.

A meeting between the Senate Finance Committee and Peter Navarro, who leads the White House National Trade Council, did not yield specifics on key issues like the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement and how the administration will shape trade policy, according to Democrats on the panel.

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  • Analysts and academics clashed today at the Peterson Institute for International Economics over President Trump’s trade policy options in a post-Trans-Pacific Partnership world, with some saying that the Asia-Pacific deal should be revamped, enlarged and renamed. Argument also erupted over whether the administration's plan to pursue bilateral deals, including one with Japan, will succeed.

  • Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR), joined by six House Democrats, on Thursday introduced a resolution called the “Blueprint for America’s Future Trade Policy” that outlines principles and a time line for the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.