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Florizelle Liser, a former assistant USTR who now leads the Corporate Council on Africa, will testify.

Fri, 2:50 PM

The legislation also would allow “Product of U.S.A” labels only on meat products produced exclusively from animals born, raised and slaughtered in the U.S.

Fri, 2:25 PM

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Fri, 11:58 AM

The goal: “help producers make up the difference between their production costs and the market costs that have been driven down by unfairly subsidized foreign products.”

Fri, 8:30 AM

Dan Tehan was in town to talk to USTR Katherine Tai and U.S. lawmakers.

Thu, 4:21 PM
By Margaret Spiegelman

The U.S. and Mexico continue to disagree on how to interpret auto rules of origin in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, Mexican Economy Minister Tatiana Clouthier said on Friday, following meetings in Washington this week with U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and others.

By Madeline Halpert

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Friday officially announced it will not impose tariffs in a Section 301 investigation of Vietnam’s currency practices in lieu of a joint agreement between the Treasury Department and the Vietnamese State Bank that it will continue to monitor for compliance.

By Hannah Monicken

In recent statements in Geneva, including one on Friday, the U.S. has attempted to temper expectations for the upcoming World Trade Organization ministerial, pushing members to be “realistic” and warning against an overly lengthy to-do list – putting the country at odds with others that are urging the WTO to be more ambitious.

By Brett Fortnam

Following a three-month review of the defense critical supply chain, a House Armed Services Committee task force is recommending that the Defense Department reduce its reliance on Chinese materials by supporting innovation, working with allies and mitigating risk throughout the supply chain.

By Hannah Monicken

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai on Thursday joined the World Trade Organization reform-oriented Ottawa Group to talk about priorities for the upcoming ministerial conference – in particular, concluding the negotiations to rein in fisheries subsidies.

By Brett Fortnam

As some lawmakers voice skepticism over implementing an “industrial policy,” the Commerce secretary and a coalition of semiconductor, auto, technology and business groups are pressing congressional leaders to fund the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors Act.