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1 2020/02/19U.S. Sanctions Rosneft Unit for Ties to Venezuelan Oil Trade (2)Ben Bartenstein and Justin Blum and Jack FarchyBloomberg News Locations Russia, Venezuela Topics imports, hazardous materials transportation, oil and gas exploration and extraction, exports, trade sanctions, international finance Companies Chevron Corp The U.S. sanctioned a unit of Russia’s largest oil producer, Rosneft PJSC, for maintaining ties with Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro and state-run oil company PDVSA.
2 2020/02/19S.C. Johnson Appeals Ziploc Sandwich Bag TariffsBrian FloodBloomberg News Courts U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit Locations Thailand, South Carolina Topics imports, tariff classification, protectionism, generalized system of preferences S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. is appealing a trade court ruling that maintained 3% tariffs on imports of its Ziploc brand resealable sandwich bags.
3 2020/02/19Washington Trade Daily(Volume 29, Number 36) Volume 29, Number 36- Trump Says Big India Trade Deal Coming - US Sanctions Russian Oil Brokerage - US-UK FTA Should Be a Priority - US Complains About EU at WTO - Around the Globe
4 2020/02/19U.S. Pipe Makers Drop Push For Higher Duties on Korean ImportsBrian FloodBloomberg News Courts U.S. Court of International Trade Locations South Korea Topics imports, hazardous materials transportation, oil and gas, customs duties, product dumping A group of U.S. manufacturers including American Cast Iron Pipe Co. are dropping their push for higher duties on imports of large diameter welded pipe from South Korea.
5 2020/02/19Analysts: Trump tweets highlight muddled export control regime pictureBrett FortnamInside U.S. TradeComments made this week by President Trump highlight a chaotic export control regime that lacks a clear end goal and creates costly uncertainty for U.S. companies, analysts said on Tuesday.
6 2020/02/19Trump Backs Jet-Engine Sales to China After U.S. Mulls GE LimitsBill Faries and Justin BlumBloomberg News Locations France, China Topics joint ventures, exports, national security, foreign corporations Companies General Electric Co President Donald Trump said he doesn’t want to limit trade with China by overusing national security “excuses,” citing his interest in selling jet engines to Beijing.
7 2020/02/19Trump Raises Doubts Over India Trade Deal Ahead of Visit (1)Shawn Donnan and John Harney and Jordan FabianBloomberg News Locations California, India Topics agriculture regulation, medical devices, exports President Donald Trump cast doubts over the likelihood of an anticipated trade deal with India on Tuesday, just days before a scheduled visit to the South Asian power.
8 2020/02/19Hogan: WTO reform requires updating ‘ineffective rules’Hannah MonickenInside U.S. TradeWorld Trade Organization members must update “ineffective rules” and draft new provisions that rebalance the rights and obligations of members, European Trade Commissioner Phil Hogan said on Wednesday.
9 2020/02/18Grassley: WTO ‘not as high of a priority’ for USTR, will be subject of upcoming hearingHannah MonickenInside U.S. TradeThe Senate Finance Committee will hold a hearing “in the near term” to examine the Trump administration’s approach to the World Trade Organization even though the issue is not among the administration’s highest trade priorities, the panel’s chairman said on Tuesday.
10 2020/02/18China to Accept Tariff Waiver Applications for U.S. CommoditiesStephen Stapczynski and Ramsey Al-Rikabi and Shuping NiuBloomberg News Locations China Topics exemption from tax, agriculture regulation, imports, natural gas, trade sanctions, customs duties China’s Ministry of Finance will allow firms to apply for exemptions from tariffs on U.S. commodity and energy products, according to a statement Tuesday on its website.
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