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1 2022/10/04EU Moves Closer to Russia Sanctions Deal With Oil Price CapEwa Krukowska and Alberto Nardelli and Natalia DrozdiakBloomberg NewsEuropean Union countries edged closer to a deal on a new sanctions package, as they face strong pressure to punish Russia for escalating its war in Ukraine and illegally annexing four occupied territories there.
2 2022/10/04US, Mexico Agree to Extend Talks on Energy Dispute Past Minimum Posted Oct. 4, 2022, 9:17 AM 台北標準時間Eric MartinBloomberg NewsThe Biden administration will continue consultations with Mexico over the nation’s energy policy after completing the minimum time period required for talks under their trade deal rather than immediately requesting arbitration.
3 2022/10/03House GOP bill calls for trade deal with Taiwan and its inclusion in IPEFJason AsensoInside U.S. TradeMore than 35 House Republicans last week introduced a bill to strengthen U.S. ties with Taiwan, calling for both a free trade agreement and Taipei's inclusion in the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity.
4 2022/10/03OPEC+ Set to Discuss 1 Million-Barrel Output Cut as Demand SlowsSalma El Wardany and Grant SmithBloomberg NewsOPEC+ will consider cutting oil output by more than 1 million barrels a day, according to delegates, when it meets in person on Wednesday for the first time in more than two years.
5 2022/10/03Senators vie to add trade-related amendments to annual defense bill Margaret SpiegelmanInside U.S. TradeSenators have offered a slew of trade-related proposals as amendments to the fiscal year 2023 National Defense Authorization Act, including several aimed at addressing concerns about China and bolstering trade with trusted partners in the Western Hemisphere and elsewhere.
6 2022/10/03UK, EU Start N. Ireland Talks for First Time in Eight MonthsEllen Milligan and Morwenna ConiamBloomberg NewsThe UK and European Union have re-started talks over their post-Brexit relationship, in a sign relations may be thawing eight months after negotiations reached a stalemate.
7 2022/10/03Citing ‘positive momentum,’ USTR says energy talks with Mexico extended Margaret SpiegelmanInside U.S. TradeThe U.S. and Mexico are making progress in talks to resolve a trade dispute over Mexico’s energy policies and will continue those talks past an initial consultation-phase deadline, according to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
8 2022/10/03EU Aims to Exempt Maritime Pilot Services From Russia Oil BanJan Bratanic and Alberto NardelliBloomberg NewsThe European Union proposed making so-called pilot services exempt from sanctions targeting the transfer of Russian oil that are set to kick in this year to punish Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine.
9 2022/10/03WTO members develop TRIPS schedule as expansion deadline loomsHannah MonickenInside U.S. TradeWorld Trade Organization members will meet at least three times in the coming months to discuss expanding their recent decision to broaden intellectual property flexibilities for COVID-19 vaccines to include tests and treatments, a proposal they must accept -- or not -- by mid-December.
10 2022/09/30Senate Confirms Key Agriculture Nominee on Farm Credit (Correct)Maeve SheeheyBloomberg NewsThe Senate by voice vote confirms President Joe Biden’s nominee for a key agriculture role for farm credit
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