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1 2024/04/11Lawmakers back bill to develop ‘comprehensive’ Indo-Pacific trade strategyMargaret SpiegelmanInside U.S. TradeA bipartisan group of House lawmakers on Thursday introduced legislation to establish an independent commission that would develop recommendations for a “comprehensive” trade strategy in the Indo-Pacific, which sponsors say is needed to counter China and to “reassert” congressional authority over trade policy.
2 2024/04/11Trade minister: Costa Rica prioritizing e-signature harmonization in APEPJason AsensoInside U.S. TradeCosta Rica’s top priority in the Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity is a push to harmonize electronic signature rules to ease trade among the dozen partners, the country's trade minister told Inside U.S. Trade.
3 2024/04/11Vestager: Shared AI standards can help ‘enable’ EU-U.S. marketplaceMargaret SpiegelmanInside U.S. TradeCommon standards for assessing risks posed by artificial intelligence tools under development by the U.S. and the European Union will help facilitate a trans-Atlantic marketplace, European Commission Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager said in Washington on Wednesday, contending that consumers will “embrace” the technology if they trust it is safe.
4 2024/04/11Sens. Coons, Risch introduce bill to renew, update AGOA for 16 yearsHannah MonickenInside U.S. TradeA new bill introduced by key senators would renew the African Growth and Opportunity Act for an additional 16 years, to 2041, and update the initiative by spacing out eligibility reviews, providing a range of enforcement options and tapping the State Department and Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to conduct such reviews and enforce the program, among other changes.
5 2024/04/11Treasury proposes stricter CFIUS penalties, expanded subpoena powerBrett FortnamInside U.S. TradeThe Treasury Department wants to expand the authority of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. to demand information from companies in its reviews of transactions for national security implications and hike penalties on companies found to have misrepresented themselves.
6 2024/04/10Former official: U.S.-EU steel talks likely to continue in second Biden termMargaret SpiegelmanInside U.S. TradeTrans-Atlantic talks about a “climate club” of countries aligned on steel and aluminum trade are likely to continue – depending on the outcome of the upcoming U.S. election, a former European trade official said on Tuesday, suggesting that the talks, now stalled, would get picked up again if President Biden wins.
7 2024/04/10New House bill would direct probe of gender bias in U.S. tariff systemOliver WardInside U.S. TradeHouse lawmakers on Wednesday introduced a bill that would direct the Treasury Department to examine gender bias and regressivity in the U.S. tariff system following calls from a former trade official for greater scrutiny of the distributional effects of tariffs.
8 2024/04/10House Democrats to administration: Take steps to block Chinese auto importsOliver WardInside U.S. TradeThe U.S. should raise tariffs on Chinese automobiles and accelerate an ongoing review of Section 301 tariffs on Chinese products to prevent heavily subsidized vehicles from entering the U.S. market, a group of House Democrats said on Tuesday.
9 2024/04/10WTO: Goods trade should pick up in 2024, but ‘significant’ risks persistHannah MonickenInside U.S. TradeGlobal goods trade is expected to pick up this year and next following a slight dip in 2023, the World Trade Organization said on Wednesday, warning that ongoing conflicts, geopolitical tensions and protectionist economic policy could impact the forecasted rebound.
10 2024/04/10Senate Democrats call on USTR to open Chinese shipbuilding probeBrett FortnamInside U.S. TradeThe Office of the U.S. Trade Representative should accept a petition from several unions to open an investigation into Chinese shipbuilding practices under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974 and consider its proposed countermeasures, six Democratic senators told USTR Katherine Tai on Tuesday.
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