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  • Agricultural trade
  • Anti-dumping and countervailing duties
  • Balance of trade
  • Export controls
  • Financing
  • Foreign investments
  • Import relief
  • Information technology
  • Insurance
  • Licensing
  • Limits on imports
  • Steel
  • Taxation
  • Telecommunications
  • Textiles
  • Trade in services
  • Trade negotiations and agreements
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July 24, 2014
  • EU Trade Commissioner Says USTR Must Relax Rules on TTIP Negotiating Texts
  • International Organizations Announce Trade Facilitation Assistance Programs
  • Not Enough Global LNG Market Share For All Proposed Plants in Western Canada
  • G-20 Ministers Push for Acceptance Of WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement
  • Two Senators Ask GAO to Probe Effect Of Trade Pacts on Buy American Policies
  • Russia Bans Fruit Imports from Moldova Following Association Agreement with EU
  • WTO Director-General Set to Launch Facility To Aid Poorer Countries on Trade Facilitation
  • Analysts Say Ban on U.S. Oil Exports Is Now Dying One Ruling at a Time
  • Joint Report to G-20 Stresses Importance Of Global Value Chains as Growth Drivers
  • Commerce Preliminarily Finds Exporters In China Dumping Disinfectant in U.S.
  • Commerce Finds Dumping of Steel From Germany, Japan and Poland
  • Holleyman Nomination Hearing Draws Calls For Strong Intellectual Property Rights in TPP
  • Push for ‘Mega-Regional' Trade Agreements Could Bolster Global Talks
  • Landrieu Says Trade Enforcement Better, but Customs Must Do More
  • Ex-Im Bank Bill May Be Brought to Floor With Separate Vote on Coal, Boxer Says
  • Commerce Talks Encouraging, but Lifting Oil Export Ban Unlikely This Year: Murkowski
  • Wyden Identifies Foreign Trade Barriers Faced by Manufacturers at Senate Hearing
  • Trade Commission Votes to Advance Probes On Allegedly Unfairly Traded Tires From China
  • Court Sustains Revised AD Rates For Chinese PET Film Imports
  • Trade Court Gives Commerce First Crack At Error Charges in Chinese Pipe Review
  • ITC Violated Own Rules in Reversing Decision That Import Ban Included Data Transmission
  • Trade Court Won't Raise AD Duties On Chinese Copper Pipe, Tubes Exporter
  • Trade Court Orders Commerce Department To Revisit AD Rate for Furniture Company
  • Finding Upheld That Chinese Flooring Imports Injured U.S. Domestic Industry
  • Sen. Brown Welcomes Commerce Initiation Of Unfair Trade Cases on Tires from China
  • ITC Continues Duties on Pipe Fittings From China
  • Duties Will Continue on Steel Rod From China
  • Upcoming Duties on Pressure Pipe Issued
  • Commerce Says Order on Pipe Fittings Should Stay
  • Complaint Filed on Technology Imports
  • ITC Seeks Comments on Light Reflector Complaint
  • ITC Seeks Comments on Digital Media Order
  • EU States Step Up Sanctions Against Russia But Divided Over Economic, Trade Actions
  • EU, U.S. Negotiations Remain at Stand-Still On Public Procurement at Sixth TTIP Round
  • New Sanctions Are ‘Seriously Damaging’ Relations With U.S., Russian Officials Say
  • Leading EU-Based IT Companies Seek Separate Digital Economy TTIP Chapter
  • European Parliament Calls for Financial, Economic, Energy Sanctions Against Russia
  • EU Agrees to Russian Sanctions, But Divided Over Export Restrictions
  • Forum Hears Differing Opinions on Including Investor-State Dispute Language in TTIP Talks
  • China Panel Spotlights Risks of VIEs Being Used by Chinese Internet Firms
  • U.S., Japan at ‘Difficult Stage' in TPP Auto Talks, Japanese Negotiator Says
  • Ways and Means Republicans Insist on TPA Prior to Administration Concluding TPP Talks
  • China Said to Be Conducting Probes Of Foreign Automakers Over Spare Parts
  • Drive to Add FDA Drug Officials in India Thwarted by Departures of Inspectors
  • Investment Treaty with India Would Foster Trade, According to State Department Official
  • China to Levy Tariffs on Steel Products; Some Pre-July 31 Orders Are Exempt
  • Pritzker Will Lead Trade Mission To Japan, South Korea in October
  • APHIS Proposes Allowing Apples From China
  • U.S. Sugar Industry Focused On Litigating Trade Cases
  • COOL Dispute Could Drag into Spring, Director of Pork Council Tells Summit
  • Canada, U.S. Take Steps to Improve Border Initiatives Covering Trade, Travel
  • Kraft Canada Asks Trade Tribunal to Review Classification of Fresh Take Products Imports
  • Draft Plan to Implement U.S.-Canada Animal Disease Zoning Garners Mixed Response
  • CITA to Remove Yarn From Short-Supply List
  • Customs Seek Comments on Airport Strategy
  • AGOA Countries' Share of U.S. Imports Falls, Product Diversification Grows, Report Finds
July 17, 2014
  • Chinese-Owned Firm Wins Right To Query Obama-Blocked Project
  • Commerce Ruling on Condensate Exports Represents Narrow Change, Attorney Says
  • Environmental Groups Oppose Ex-Im Bank Reauthorization Bill Over Coal Policy Tweak
  • New Bill Would Reduce Gas Flaring, Send LNG Exports to Allies, Senators Say
  • WTO Finds U.S. Steel Duties Inconsistent With Rules, Rejects Many Claims by India
  • WTO Director-General Welcomes Launch Of Environmental Goods Negotiations
  • Commerce Finds Dumping, Subsidies Of Oil Country Tubular Good Imports
  • New ITA Portal Launched to Improve Business Access to Trade, Investment Data
  • Commerce Is Seeking Recruits to Serve On Emerging Technology Advisory Panel
  • House Democrats Raise TPP Issues, Demanding Changes and Transparency
  • Rogers, Garrett Predict Inaction in Congress On Reauthorization of Export-Import Bank
  • Will Ex-Im Survive? Should It? BGOV Analysis
  • Sen. Murkowski to Press Administration To Lift Oil Export Ban in Commerce Meeting
  • International Trade Coalition Urges G-20 To Implement Bali, Boost Multilateral Trade
  • U.S. Lawmakers Mock Obama's Vows To Impose Sanctions Against Russia
  • USTR Announces Reallocations of WTO Tariff-Rate Quotas for Raw Cane Sugar
  • WTO Official Presents Pessimistic Outlook For Advancement of Trade Facilitation Deal
  • FDA Issues Final Rule on User Fees For Tobacco Importers, Manufacturers
  • Vetter Confirmed as Top Negotiator For Agriculture With U.S. Trade Office
  • Senate Commerce Approves Two for Commerce
  • USDA Lowers Minimum Size of Oranges
  • Bicameral Bill Would Facilitate Preclearance
  • COAC Says Trade Survey Open Until July 23
  • U.S. Steel Producers Ask Commerce To End Pact on Hot-Rolled Steel From Russia
  • Trade Court Says Wood Exporters Asked for Intervention Too Late
  • Extradited Russian Pleads Guilty To Smuggling U.S. Munitions List Items
  • ITC Votes to Continue AD, CVD Probes On Nail Imports from Five Countries
  • Federal Circuit Upholds Customs Classification of Glass Vase Imports
  • Siemens, Titan Wind Lose Challenge To Duty Orders on Asian Wind Towers
  • Trade Court Tosses Tug Boat Operator's Challenge to Decision on Dutiable Repairs
  • ITA Says Dumping Likely if Sawblades Order Ends
  • ITC Probes Sonar Imaging Devices
  • Plan Proposes to Protect EU Geographical Indications for Non-Agricultural Products
  • U.K. Urges European Union to Tout Gains Of TTIP Deal to Make Progress by Early 2015
  • TTIP Gets Lukewarm Parliament Support; Citizens’ Initiative Attempts to Block Deal
  • Groups Seek to Include Financial Services Regulatory Cooperation in TTIP Negotiations
  • EU's Leaked Services Offer for TTIP Seen As Possible Complication in Negotiations
  • EU, U.S. to Tackle Market Access, Regulatory Convergence, Rules at Sixth Round of TTIP
  • U.S. Seeks to Mend Relations With Germany After Expulsion of Top American Spy in Berlin
  • Russia, Ukraine Agree to Discuss Russia's Concerns Over EU-Ukraine Trade Agreement
  • Germany's Upper Parliament Seeks TTIP Transparency in Non-Binding Resolution
  • Russian Government to Bar State Purchases Of Foreign-Produced Equipment, Machinery
  • TTIP Won't Affect EU Members' Control Of Public Health Systems, Negotiator Says
  • Russia Blocks WTO Panel Request On European Pork Import Dispute
  • EU May Renew U.S.-Biodiesel Tariffs Targeting Exporters ADM, Cargill, Others
  • EU, U.S. to Face Gaping Differences On Public Procurement at TTIP Talks
  • AFL-CIO, European Labor Unions Seek Labor Protection Commitment in TTIP Talks
  • European Commission Moves to Block Unfair Practices in Food Supply Chain
  • U.S.-Japan Bilateral Agriculture Talks Were Constructive, Japanese Negotiator Says
  • U.S., China Set Times for Investment Talks; Work Planned for New ITA List, Froman Says
  • WTO Dispute Panel Upholds China's Claims That Commerce Investigations ‘Inconsistent’
  • U.S.-China Trade Plagued by China's Incomplete Transition to Free Market
  • No Immediate Plans for TPP Ministerial Meeting Following Sessions in Ottawa
  • Senators Defend Penalties on Low-Cost Imports of Steel Pipe From South Korea
  • Civil Society Groups Renew Criticism Of Secrecy During TPP Negotiations
  • ‘Fair Deal' Coalition Presses TPP Officials On Copyright Infringement, Term Extensions
  • Canada Silent on Outcome of TPP Negotiations
  • USTR Official Views NAFTA Experience As Instructive for TPP Negotiations
  • TPP May Impact Mexico's NAFTA Commitments in Several Areas, CRS Says
  • Mexico Says Used Cars Imported From U.S. Damaging Domestic Market
  • House Commerce Committee Adopts Bill To Extend Travel Promotion, Brand-USA
  • USTR Seeks Panelists for NAFTA Roster
July 10, 2014
  • EU Seeks Automatic License Approval For U.S. Energy Exports, EU Text Says
  • USTR Announces Environmental Reviews For Transatlantic Trade, Services Talks
  • Reid Says Negotiations Over Ex-Im Bill Coal Financing Provision Under Way
  • Export-Import Bank Renewal Gains Backing by Second Senate Republican
  • Tariff-Free Solar Panels Are Aim Of New Global Trade Negotiations
  • Russian Official: New Sanctions Would Hurt U.S. Companies, Possibly Trigger Retaliation
  • Intel, Apple, HP Do Not Infringe X2Y Integrated Circuit Patents
  • U.S.-China Commission to Hold Meetings On Bilateral Relationship for Annual Report
  • Sen. Landrieu Says Pending DHS Bill Includes Funds for Improving Duty Collection
  • Governors Can Strengthen Economy With Trade, Investment Plan, NGA Says
  • U.S.-Israel Agreement Aims to Ease Customs Clearance, Increase Trade
  • Customs Should Reconsider Plan to Build, Alter Ports of Entry, OIG Report Says
  • Report Cites Lack of Trade Finance As Cause of Slowing Trade Growth
  • Senate Plans Vote to Back Ex-Im Bank This Month to Press House Republicans
  • Treasury Secrtary Lew Says Access To China's Markets Must Speed Up
  • Commerce Seeks Travel Promotion Board Members
  • Full ITC Reviews for Citric Acid, Citrates Orders
  • APHIS to Conduct Equine 2015 Study
  • USDA Announces Aug. 12 Meeting on Codex
  • ITC Seeks Comments on Macronix Complaint
  • CPSC to Hold Workshop on Electronic Certificates
  • Commerce Touts Export-Led Job Creation
  • Trade Court Returns Chinese Paper Case For Commerce to Reconsider Input Prices
  • Trade Court Returns Ironing Table Review To Commerce Department for Third Time
  • Lawsuit Seeks to Have Fish Imports Meet U.S. Dolphin Safety Standards
  • Court OKs Targeted Dumping Inquiry In PET Film Antidumping Duty Review
  • Federal Circuit Says Tempura Frying Did Not Transform Vegetable Mixture
  • ITC Seeks Comments on Possible Section 337 Probe on Loom Kits
  • Commerce Preliminarily Finds China Subsidizes Steel Wire Rod Producers
  • EU Advocacy Groups Say TTIP Financial Regulatory Plan Would Blunt Bank Regulation
  • EU, Japan Resume Trade Talks After Review By EU of First Year Finds Sufficient Progress
  • Russia Avoids Domestic Termination Of TIR Convention but Prolongs Dispute
  • EU Requests That WTO Panel Resolve Pork Dispute With Russia
  • EU High Court: Single Market Rules Don't Apply to Renewable Energy Feed-In Tariffs
  • U.S. Trade Law Survives Chinese Challenge At World Trade Organization Appellate Body
  • Information Technology Agreement, IPR On Tap for S&ED with China, Froman Says
  • Economic Rebound May Set Good Tone For U.S.-China Meetings, Say Economists
  • China Urged to Pursue Greater Transparency in Trading System
  • Taiwan Makes Case for TPP Membership, Points to Vital Role in Asia Supply Chains
  • China Quarantine Authority Responds To U.S. Complaints, Fears About Pet Treats
  • Red Lobster, Vietnam Catfish Fight Ready to Boil in Spending Measure
  • India Threatens to Block Consensus On WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement
  • Commerce Department Says Indian Steel Rods Dumped in U.S., Subsidized
  • U.S., Korea Sign Organic Agreement To Reduce Delays, Increase Trade
  • Ohio Senators Slam Indian Proposal For AD Duties on U.S. Solar Products
  • SolarWorld Asks Commerce to Question Chinese Government on Cyber-Hacking
  • Working Group Eyes 2014 Deadline For Seychelles' Accession to WTO
  • Bangladesh Hasn't Met Plan's Goals, U.S. Should Continue Sanctions, USTR Says
  • Market Access, IPR Issues Loom Large For TPP Negotiators Set to Meet in Ottawa
  • U.S., Japan End TPP Talks in Tokyo; Agree to Continue Meetings in Ottawa
  • Obama Administration Examining Crude Oil Export Policy, Pritzker Says
  • Brazil Sets Antidumping Duties on Imports Of Flat Glass From U.S., Five Other Countries
  • Chile's President Bachelet Touts Pacific Alliance as Model Pact
  • Trade Gap in U.S. Shrinks More Than Forecast on Record Exports
  • Chile Tells WTO It Will Open Market To Imports from Least Developed Countries
  • Lawmakers Tout Settlement of Dispute Over El Salvador's Procurement of Seeds
  • Mexican Education Reforms Lead To Increased Exports, President Says
  • APHIS to Allow Guatemalan Edible Flowers
  • APHIS to Continue Watching Mexican Meat
  • WTO Director-General Promises Trade Facilitation for African Union
  • Labor Panel Works on U.S.-Jordan FTA
July 03, 2014
  • WTO Panel Sends Draft COOL Report To U.S.; Final Decision Expected in July
  • Commerce, State Issue Final Rules Updating Controls on Military Electronics
  • Arbitration on Hold for U.S., Indonesia Dispute Over Ban on Clove Cigarettes
  • WTO Director-General Welcomes Yemen As 160th Member, After Lengthy Process
  • How Business-Backed Export Bank Landed on Republican Death Row
  • Taiwan Initiates WTO Challenge To Canada Steel Pipe AD Orders
  • U.S., WTO Officials Warn Against Reopening Trade Facilitation Agreement Sealed in Bali
  • Sen. Brown Says He Will Develop Legislation To Improve Trade Enforcement Effectiveness
  • USDA Direct Rule Would Lower Assessments Paid by Cotton Importers
  • House Menu for Ag Approps: Catfish, Horse Meat and Potatoes; Still in Kitchen
  • Commerce Department Official Touts Trade Surplus in Travel, Tourism Industry
  • State Department Certifies Countries That May Export Wild Shrimp to U.S.
  • Sens. Wyden, Hatch Urge Administration To Focus Attention on Trade Enforcement
  • Senators Ask Treasury Nominees To Focus on TPA, Currency Manipulation
  • Obama Administration Seen Widening Exports for Shale Oil
  • Business Leaders, Officials Push International Community on Ocean Plan
  • House Passes Bill to Increase LNG Exports, DOE Has 30 Days to Act on License Requests
  • Republicans Discuss Restructuring That Could Save Export-Import Bank
  • Customs Will Move to Next Phase Of Document Image Test for Importers
  • Chinese Steel Threaded Rod Dumped In U.S., Commerce Department Finds
  • ITC Publishes New Rules to Increase Efficiency of Dumping, CVD Proceedings
  • Trade Court Approves Revision To Vietnam Fish Fillets AD Rates
  • Trade Court Dismisses Chinese Shrimp Suit Because Company Doesn't Have to Pay Duties
  • Furniture Producers Denied Stays In Suits for Byrd Amendment Funds
  • Trade Court Upholds Dumping Rates For Chinese Activated Carbon Imports
  • Court Knocks Customs Prepayment Scheme But Dismisses Sauce Classification Challenge
  • Appeals Court Backs Dismissal Of Case Challenging Liquidation Extensions
  • Court Rejects Motive Challenge To Targeted Dumping Analysis
  • CIT Judge Pogue Will Step Down as Chief Judge
  • ITC Extends Duties on PET Film from India, Taiwan
  • Complaint Filed on Garden Lighting Imports
  • ITC Investigates Integrated Circuits
  • Commerce, ITC Initiate Sunset Reviews
  • Obama Said to Be Preparing Sanctions on Russian Industries
  • EU Divided on Plan for New Trade Sanctions On Russia; Some Raise Economic Concerns
  • Ukraine-Led Trio Signs EU Accords Risking Retaliation by Russia
  • China, Taiwan Face Threat Of EU Tariffs on Stainless Steel
  • EU Service Trade Surplus Expands In 2013, but Drops Slightly With U.S.
  • EU Signs Trade Deals with Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova; Issues New Ultimatum to Russia
  • U.S., Japan Focus on Safeguards During Bilateral TPP Talks in Tokyo
  • Reps. Boustany, Blumenauer Call for Trade Promotion Authority, Ex-Im Bank Renewal
  • Reps. DeLauro, Edwards Blast TPP Threat To ‘Buy American' Procurement Preferences
  • Pritzker, Mexico's Guajardo Discuss Progress On High-Level Economic, Investment Plans
  • Beijing to Host U.S.-China Dialogue
  • Canada's Trade Minister Says APHIS Plan To Raise Fees Would Hurt U.S.-Canada Trade
  • Canada Voices Strong Concern With New Buy America Requirements
  • Obama Says U.S. Will Help Chile Build Solar Plant Supporting Export Initiative
  • Brazil Questions Japan on Possible Illegal Subsidies for Mitsubishi Plane
  • CRS Report Says CAFTA-DR Countries Are Worried About TPP Apparel Provisions
  • Fruit, Vegetable Trade Deficit at $9.2B In 2013; Gap Widening as Imports Grow
  • USDA, USTR Appoint 19 New Members To Agricultural Trade Advisory Committees
  • Mexico Trade Surplus Narrows As Imports for Production Increase
  • Swaziland Loses, Madagascar Regains Access To U.S. Preferential Trade Program for Africa
  • Iran, Sudan Export Licenses Increase For Agricultural, Medical Goods, Report Says
  • U.S., Jordan Reaffirm Provisions On Labor in Free Trade Agreement
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