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1 2021/04/09U.S. Blacklists Seven Chinese Supercomputing Firms (1)Eric MartinBloomberg News Locations China Topics exports, national security, foreign policy Companies Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd, Huawei Technologies Co The U.S. added seven Chinese supercomputing firms to a list of entities banned from receiving exports from American companies, citing activities contrary to the national-security or foreign-policy interests of the U.S.
2 2021/04/09Washington Trade Daily(Volume 30, Number 70) Volume 30, Number 70- Comprehensive China Bill - DoC Hits Chinese Supercomputing Firms - US, Japan Talk Semiconductors - Trade Can Aid COVID Recovery - Burma Gems SOE Sanctioned - Around the Globe
3 2021/04/09Iran Says Talks Switch to Lifting U.S. Sanctions in One Step (3)Yasna HaghdoostBloomberg News Locations Iran Topics trade sanctions Iran’s chief negotiator at nuclear talks in Vienna said the sides were focusing on removing U.S. sanctions in a single step, in a statement of progress that didn’t specify what Tehran was offering in return.
4 2021/04/08Canon’s Bid to Block Toner Imports Will Be Considered by ITCSusan DeckerBloomberg News Locations Virginia Topics imports, trade related aspects of intellectual property rights, patent infringement The U.S. International Trade Commission launched an investigation of a patent-infringement complaint Canon filed to block imports of rival toner cartridges by two dozen companies including Ninestar and Static Control Components.
5 2021/04/08Chinese Steel Nail Exporters Lose U.S. Duty Challenge in CourtBrian FloodBloomberg News Courts U.S. Court of International Trade Locations China, Thailand Topics imports, exports, customs duties, product dumping Companies Stanley Black & Decker Inc Law Firms Husch Blackwell, Fox Rothschild, deKieffer & Horgan Several foreign manufacturers and exporters lost their challenge to U.S. duty rates on certain imports of steel nails from China, as the U.S. Court of International Trade said Wednesday that the Commerce Department’s findings of possible evasion justified the rates.
6 2021/04/08Canadian official: New WTO environment rules likely to be plurilateralHannah MonickenInside U.S. TradeNew World Trade Organization rules aimed at reining in trade practices that harm the environment are likely to be negotiated only among a plurilateral group of members in the short term, a top Canadian agriculture official said on Wednesday, even as analysts push for countries to do more.
7 2021/04/08EV-Battery Rivals Prod Biden With Rare Trade Veto in Balance (1)Susan Decker and Ilya BanaresBloomberg News Topics corporate officers, electric vehicles, imports, trade secret misappropriation, business lobbying, agency administration, spoliation, mobile devices, protectionism, trade related aspects of intellectual property rights, climate change mitigation Companies SK Innovation Co Ltd, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, Apple Inc, Ford Motor Co, Volkswagen AG, LG Chem Ltd Law Firms Latham & Watkins, Covington & Burling Two of the world’s largest electric-vehicle battery makers have hired top Washington insiders to hold near-daily meetings with the Biden administration in a battle that could affect the electrification plans of Ford Motor Co. and Volkswagen AG.
8 2021/04/08The Hard Task Ahead for Jurors in the Derek Chauvin TrialTiffany JeffersBloomberg News Topics jury trial right, witnesses, homicide, criminal evidence, fair trial right, due process The jury at the Derek Chauvin trial in Minneapolis faces a difficult task of remaining impartial in the face of a compelling video showing the former police officer’s knee on George Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes, writes Tiffany Jeffers, associate professor of law at Georgetown Law. The prosecution’s opening statement urged jurors to “believe their eyes” and eyewitness testimony, while the defense seeks to raise reasonable doubt by getting jurors to look at complicating evidence, she says.
9 2021/04/08Washington Trade Daily(Volume 30, Number 69) Volume 30, Number 69- Chinese Firms Still Under Review - Ending Tax Breaks to Move Abroad - Democrats Urge EGA Restart - US Trade Deficit Spiked in February - TRIPS Waiver Discussions - Around the Globe
10 2021/04/08Courts Are Excusing Contract Nonperformance Due to the PandemicJohn McIntyreBloomberg News Locations California Topics impracticability defense, frustration of purpose defense, natural disasters, terrorism, force majeure, coronavirus, commercial transactions Law Firms Reed Smith A year after the Covid-19 pandemic came to the U.S., more and more courts are showing a willingness to accept force majeure, impossibility or impracticability, and other defenses to excuse contract obligations in situations caused by the pandemic. Reed Smith partner John McIntyre explains.
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