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1 2021/09/17Cummins Challenges U.S. Duties on Chinese Turbocharger PartsBrian FloodBloomberg News Topics imports, tax refunds, trade related aspects of intellectual property rights, customs duties Locations China Tribunals U.S. Court of International Trade Law Firms Baker McKenzie Companies Cummins Inc Cummins Inc. and Cummins Turbo Technologies Ltd. argue their imports of turbocharger housings should escape Trump-era duties on Chinese goods, telling a federal trade court that U.S. Customs and Border Protection should have covered the parts under a duty exclusion.
2 2021/09/17Washington Trade Daily(Volume 30, Number 184) Volume 30, Number 184- Open to CPTPP Renegotiation: Psaki - China Deal Needs Improvement: Vilsack - WTO DG Urges Deal on Agriculture - WEF Plans 2022 Annual Meeting - Around the Globe
3 2021/09/16Washington Trade Daily(Volume 30, Number 183) Volume 30, Number 183- Semiconductor Meeting Planned - Tai Touts US Commitment to Asia - Around the Globe
4 2021/09/16China task force calls for more R&D, phase-two talksBrett FortnamInside U.S. TradeA new report from a group of academics and longtime China analysts offers the Biden administration a slew of policy recommendations on how it should handle the relationship with Beijing, advocating more research and development as a response to China’s technological push and another round of trade negotiations with Beijing.
5 2021/09/16WTO fisheries talks restart with focus on carveoutsHannah MonickenInside U.S. TradeNegotiators at the World Trade Organization this month are taking on one of the more contentious chapters in the draft text of an agreement to rein in harmful fisheries subsidies, hoping to find a compromise on exemptions for sustainability and for developing countries.
6 2021/09/16EU Nations Split Over Need to Renew Vaccine Export ControlsJohn Follain and Alberto NardelliBloomberg News Topics export controls, vaccines, coronavirus Locations Italy, European Union, Australia Companies AstraZeneca PLC Several European Union governments are pushing back against a proposal by the bloc’s executive arm to extend controls on vaccine exports, according to people familiar with the matter.
7 2021/09/16Psaki: U.S. could take 'opportunity' to negotiate CPTPP changesMadeline HalpertInside U.S. TradeThe Biden administration is willing to consider an “opportunity” to negotiate entry into the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Thursday, though she reiterated that the president had not changed his mind about a need for changes to the deal.
8 2021/09/16China formally applies to join CPTPPMadeline HalpertInside U.S. TradeChina on Thursday formally applied to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, according to its Ministry of Commerce.
9 2021/09/16Taiwanese Solar Product Antidumping Duties Draw Legal ChallengeBrian FloodBloomberg News Topics imports, solar energy, exports, product dumping, customs duties Locations Taiwan Tribunals U.S. Court of International Trade A foreign exporter and a U.S. importer are challenging U.S. duty rates on certain entries of solar power products from Taiwan, arguing to a federal trade court that the Commerce Department improperly excluded the sales of certain solar cells from its calculations.
10 2021/09/15EU official: Trade and tech council a way to address ‘low-hanging fruit’Madeline HalpertInside U.S. TradeThe U.S. and the European Union will focus on using a new Trade and Technology Council as a forum to address low-hanging fruit instead of more “comprehensive” trade issues, an EU official said on Wednesday.
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