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The phase-one deal goes into effect today.

Fri, 5:36 PM

The president on Tuesday: “They would like to do something, and we’ll see. If we can make the right deal, we’ll do it.”

Fri, 12:04 PM

The top stories from our latest issue.

Fri, 11:31 AM

Our weekly look at who’s saying what.

Thu, 11:49 AM

“Your abuse of the Section 232 tariff process jeopardizes our national security by alienating our allies and threatening the economic security of American workers.”

Thu, 6:00 AM
By Anshu Siripurapu

Citing drug pricing policies and other intellectual property concerns, major U.S. business group are urging the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to again designate Canada and Colombia as top countries of concern in its annual Special 301 report on the IP practices of U.S. trading partners.

By Maria Curi

The U.S. Court of International Trade has granted one Texas-based importer a temporary restraining order -- for that company alone -- against the Trump administration’s tariffs on derivative steel and aluminum products, clearing the way for a trial in which the court will evaluate whether the duties are unlawful.

By Hannah Monicken

To get a deal on fisheries subsidies done by the World Trade Organization ministerial conference in June, negotiators will have to put together a consolidated negotiating text well before -- potentially as soon as early April, the chair of the talks said this week.

Election 2020
By Maria Curi

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has pledged to renegotiate the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement if elected president, but congressional Democrats who participated in the renegotiation of NAFTA say they have little appetite for a second revamp of the deal.

By Hannah Monicken , Maria Curi

The Trump administration cannot negotiate a higher World Trade Organization tariff schedule without congressional approval, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) warned on Thursday.

By Isabelle Icso

Trade discussions between the U.S. and the European Union are ramping up, according to several sources following them who say negotiators are planning to hold monthly high-level meetings as they attempt to hammer out a deal the Trump administration has made a top priority.



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