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1 2021/01/22France to Seek Coordination With U.S. on Pandemic Stimulus PlansWilliam HorobinBloomberg News Locations France, European Union Topics corporate income tax, non-U.S. tax, coronavirus, trade sanctions French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said he will seek to coordinate European and U.S. fiscal stimulus efforts in talks as soon as next week, indicating unease with President Joe Biden’s plans for a massive $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief plan.
2 2021/01/22Yellen Says U.S. to Use All Tools Against Unfair China PracticesCatherine LarkinBloomberg News Locations China Topics currency manipulation by government, market manipulation, appointments and personnel changes Janet Yellen, President Biden’s nominee for Treasury secretary, says the incoming administration is willing to use “the full array of tools to counter China’s abusive practices.”
3 2021/01/22Washington Trade Daily(Volume 30, Number 15) Volume 30, Number 15- Biden to Keep China Tariffs For Now - Defense Production Act - Korea Wins Dispute on US AD, CVD Duties - WTO Members Support WFP - US, UK Customs Deal - Around the Globe
4 2021/01/22WTO Tests Biden With Ruling Against U.S. Tariffs on Korean SteelBryce BaschukBloomberg News Topics exports, customs duties, product dumping Companies Hyundai Steel Co, POSCO The World Trade Organization issued a ruling Thursday that said the U.S. violated WTO rules in the way it calculated tariffs on various South Korean steel exports, setting up an early test for the President Joe Biden’s approach to the Geneva-based trade body.
5 2021/01/22Africa Trade Pact Secures $1 Billion to Offset Revenue LossesPrinesha Naidoo and Eileen GbagboBloomberg New Topics trade agreements, exports, financial markets, international finance, customs duties The African Export-Import Bank has mobilized $1 billion for an adjustment facility to offset revenue losses for countries that lower cross-border tariffs as part of an Africa-wide free trade area, according to the zone’s most senior official.
6 2021/01/22Scope of Chinese Steel Nail Duties Must Be Revisited Once AgainBrian FloodBloomberg News Courts U.S. Court of International Trade Locations China Topics joinder, product dumping, customs duties Law Firms Clark Hill The Commerce Department must once again reconsider whether certain masonry anchors are covered by a U.S. antidumping duty order on steel nails from China, after an appeals court weighed in on a similar issue, the U.S. Court of International Trade said Thursday.
7 2021/01/22Indian Incense Makers’ Arbitration Fight Must Look to U.S. LawMartina BarashBloomberg News Courts U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, U.S. Supreme Court Locations India Topics mandatory arbitration provisions, equitable estoppel, choice of law, arbitrability Law Firms Foster Pepper, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, Maynard Cooper A U.S. trademark dispute between Indian incense companies belongs in court, not arbitration, because ordinary contract principles in federal law apply, a split Ninth Circuit panel said on remand from the U.S. Supreme Court.
8 2021/01/22Johnson Triggers Row With EU Over Envoy’s Status in London (1)Kitty Donaldson and Jonathan StearnsBloomberg New Locations European Union, United Kingdom Topics Brexit, pass-through income tax, international banking, customs (trade), foreign policy, trade negotiations Boris Johnson’s decision not to grant full diplomatic status to the European Union’s ambassador in London triggered a row that threatens to undermine relations with the bloc, weeks after both sides signed a free-trade agreement to conclude the Brexit process.
9 2021/01/21China’s Big Three State Telcos Seek Review of NYSE Delisting (2)Shirley ZhaoBloomberg New Locations China Topics telecommunications, non-U.S. securities regulation, stock, trading halts, coronavirus, stock market, customs duties Companies China Telecom Corp Ltd, China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd, China United Network Communications Ltd, China Mobile Ltd China’s three biggest telecommunications firms said they requested a review of the New York Stock Exchange’s decision to delist their shares more than a week ago, a move triggered by an executive order issued by former U.S. President Donald Trump.
10 2021/01/21Washington Trade Daily(Volume 30, Number 14) Volume 30, Number 14- President Biden - Trump Lifts Tariffs on UAE Aluminum - Pagan Acting at USTR - ExIm Authorized $5.4 Billion in FY2020 - Around the Globe
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