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The “Critical Mineral Supply Chain Realignment Act of 2024” would hit magnets, batteries and solar products.

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Her only public apperance will be the OCA-Asian Pacific American Advocates national convention.

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U.S.-Indian collaboration “represents a pivotal opportunity to advance the respective clean energy agendas of both countries, as well as their economic interests,” the groups say.

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By Jason Asenso

Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity trade ministers will meet next month in Ecuador, Costa Rica’s top trade official tells Inside U.S. Trade.

By Oliver Ward

A new tool the Commerce Department is building to assess supply chain risks across the U.S. economy will offer deeper insights into vulnerabilities and benefit both economic and national security, a senior department official said on Thursday, adding that agency officials plan to intensify stakeholder outreach in the weeks ahead.

By Hannah Monicken

An addendum deal on fisheries subsidies is officially on the agenda for the World Trade Organization’s General Council later this month -- confirmation that comes just after the chair of the negotiations released a new draft text.

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By Margaret Spiegelman

An upcoming review of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement offers an opportunity for the three countries to make updates that could boost integration of the region’s fast-evolving information technology sector and strengthen nearshoring efforts, according to the director of a major Mexican industry group.

By Jason Asenso

U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement partners must clarify how long the agreement’s 2026 review will last, a former USMCA negotiator said on Thursday, urging the countries to provide insight into their review process and avoid an “eternal loop of talks.”

By Oliver Ward

A proposal to reauthorize the Generalized System of Preferences advanced by the House Ways & Means Committee last month might include too many eligibility requirements for beneficiary countries, analysts said on Wednesday.

  • A new draft text in the World Trade Organization negotiations on subsidies contributing to overcapacity and overfishing includes time frames for developing-country transition periods, previously left blank, but no longer features two transparency-related provisions that were removed to move members closer to a final deal ahead of a meeting later this month, where many hope it will be approved...

  • Ahead of next week’s retreat on negotiating reform, a group of Latin American World Trade Organization members this week called for changes to ministerial conference discussions as well as the preparatory work in the run up to the biennial meetings.