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China is, however, living up to its phase-one agreements commitments, USTR said.

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Hong Kong wants a dispute panel to determine whether the U.S. measure is in line with WTO rules.

Fri, 2:03 PM

The top stories from this week’s issue.

Fri, 1:08 PM

Jason Miller served as deputy assistant to the president and deputy director of the National Economic Council during the Obama-Biden administration.

Fri, 12:00 PM

President Trump has banned U.S. entities from investing in companies on the Pentagon list.

Fri, 10:11 AM
By Hannah Monicken

The European Union is aiming to settle the long-running trans-Atlantic dispute over aircraft subsidies in the first six months of President-elect Joe Biden’s term, European Director-General for Trade Sabine Weyand said on Friday, while also implying a recent move by the Trump administration to add more European products to its retaliation list scuttled discussions that were pointing toward a “partial settlement.”

By Maria Curi

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Friday released the findings of its Section 301 investigation into Vietnam’s currency valuation, concluding that the country’s practices “are unreasonable and burden or restrict U.S. commerce” and actionable under the statute.

By Brett Fortnam

The final interim rule the Commerce Department issued on Thursday offers industry some clarity on the scope of technology products it will cover but still gives the Commerce secretary broad discretion to block imports of information and communications technology and services from “foreign adversaries.”

By Maria Curi

Recent regulatory actions in Mexico have created “significant uncertainty” about its energy sector and damaged the investment climate, and they could run afoul of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, top U.S. officials this week said in a letter to their Mexican counterparts.

By Isabelle Icso

Efforts to reform the Generalized System of Preferences will provide lawmakers important clues about the Biden administration’s trade policy approach, House Ways & Means trade subcommittee Chairman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) said this week.

By Brett Fortnam

China’s Ministry of Commerce this week named a veteran trade hand to serve as its new chief international trade negotiator and published the full text of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership as Beijing continues its political maneuvering just days before President-elect Biden takes office.



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