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“If we continue to strengthen the spirit of cooperation between our economies, we will come out of this crisis better and more resilient.”

Wed, 3:23 PM

Kelly Milton, the acting assistant U.S. Trade Representative for environment and natural resources, will chair.

Wed, 1:21 PM

“This new investigation did not get a lot of attention but [it] targets EU companies.”

Tue, 3:46 PM

The top stories from the past week.

Tue, 10:39 AM
By Hannah Monicken

The European Commission this week proposed imposing a digital tax on companies as part of a plan to fund a robust new budget framework that includes more than $800 billion for post-pandemic recovery.

By Maria Curi

Mexico will use the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement’s non-market economy clause to push the U.S. for detailed information about its trade negotiations with China, a senior Mexican official said on Tuesday.

By Brett Fortnam

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday informed Congress that Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China, setting the stage for a possible revocation of Hong Kong’s status as a special administrative region subject to different treatment under U.S. trade laws.

By Maria Curi

Companies that manufacture goods in U.S. foreign trade zones will gain preferential treatment under the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, a benefit prohibited under NAFTA, trade lawyers tell Inside U.S. Trade.

By Hannah Monicken

Guyana’s Ambassador to the World Trade Organization John Deep Ford is stepping down from his role as chair of the agriculture negotiations, he told members on Monday.

By Maria Curi

The Export-Import Bank has adopted some reforms to its “additionality” policy to obtain greater assurance from exporters that it is not competing against private financing as well as some reforms to its economic impact procedures that could result in increased scrutiny of commercial aircraft transactions, the agency announced last week.



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