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Deputy USTR nominee says U.S. could bring USMCA enforcement cases by fall

July 21, 2020 at 4:32 PM
The U.S. could take enforcement actions under the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement as soon as this fall, according to Michael Nemelka, the president’s nominee for deputy U.S. Trade Representative for investment, services, labor, environment, Africa, China and the Western Hemisphere. Nemelka, who’s confirmation hearing was held before the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday, has been serving as a USTR adviser working on trade talks with Kenya. President Trump nominated him in March to replace C.J. Mahoney as a deputy USTR. Mahoney has...

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