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1 2024/06/18Report: China’s domestic nuclear expansion to spur exports, challenging U.S. companiesOliver WardInside U.S. TradeChina’s rapid buildout of its domestic nuclear energy capabilities is producing scale and “learning-by-doing” effects that will benefit its exporters, according to a report published on Monday that echoes concerns expressed by producers in the U.S. who fear foreign competitors could eclipse them in international markets.
2 2024/06/18Vitol Is Said Among Bidders for Venezuela-Owned Citgo’s ParentVinicy Chan, Nicolle Yapur, Archie HunterBloomberg NewsVitol Group, the world’s biggest independent oil trader, is among suitors that submitted bids for the parent company of refiner Citgo Petroleum Corp., according to people familiar with the matter.
3 2024/06/18USITC to Probe Netgear Wi-Fi Access Points, Range ExtendersBloomberg Law AutomationBloomberg NewsThe US International Trade Commission has voted to investigate certain Wi-Fi access points, routers, range extenders, controllers, and components thereof imported and sold in the US, the agency said Monday.
4 2024/06/18Senate Democrats introduce bill to reauthorize TAA through 2030Hannah MonickenInside U.S. TradeThirteen Senate Democrats and one independent have introduced legislation that would reauthorize the Trade Adjustment Assistance program through 2030, a priority issue for the party.
5 2024/06/18German Port Strikes to Worsen Europe Cargo Snarls: Supply LinesBrendan MurrayBloomberg NewsDisruptions at Germany’s biggest ports this week threaten to worsen shipping delays, land-side logistical snarls and inflationary pressures as local dockworkers halt work for better pay.
6 2024/06/18Coons: AGOA renewal prospects ‘positive’ but not assuredMargaret SpiegelmanInside U.S. TradeProspects for renewing the African Growth and Opportunity Act are looking up despite some broader headwinds on trade legislation, according to Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE), who says lawmakers must not let “other fights” get in the way of reauthorizing the trade preference program by the end of this year.
7 2024/06/18A Waste Oil Crunch Is Coming for World’s Renewable FuelmakersRachel GrahamBloomberg NewsThe world’s renewable fuelmakers are about to face a crunch in one of the most basic building blocks they need to be profitable: sufficient supply of waste oil.
8 2024/06/18Canada Blocks Chinese Rare Earths Deal in Trudeau-Led CrackdownJacob LorincBloomberg NewsCanada’s government will buy stockpiled rare earth materials from Vital Metals Ltd. in a deal that prevents the company from selling its production to a Chinese buyer.
9 2024/06/18China-Australia Mineral Tensions in Focus as Li Visits Perth (1)Ben WestcottBloomberg NewsThe gulf between Beijing and Canberra over Chinese investment in Australia’s critical minerals industry took center-stage on the final day of Premier Li Qiang’s visit, when he joined Prime Minister Anthony Albanese in the western mining capital of Perth.
10 2024/06/18USTR seeking feedback on APEP’s trade trackJason AsensoInside U.S. TradeThe Office of the U.S. Trade Representative is soliciting public comments on the Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity’s trade track, the agency said on Tuesday.
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