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The outcome of a high-profile section 337 case against China could hand U.S. companies a new tool to block imports of products that were built using U.S. trade secrets stolen through a cyberattack, according to attorneys and trade experts.

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce is preparing to release findings from a trade remedy investigation into imports of U.S. distiller's dried grains (DDG), which could result in prohibitively high tariffs for U.S. exporters of the animal feed product in their most lucrative market, according to U.S. Grains Council president and CEO Tom Sleight.

An administrative law judge who suspended U.S. Steel Corp.'s 337 case against 40 Chinese steel companies improperly linked the case to the antidumping and countervailing duty investigations handled by a separate government agency, according to a U.S. International Trade Commission opinion.

Brushing aside opposition from members of the Senate Agriculture Committee, as well as U.S. food safety and farm groups, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States on Aug. 22 approved Chinese state-owned enterprise ChemChina's bid to acquire Swiss agribusiness giant Syngenta.

At least three Asian nations participating in a regional multilateral trade deal involving China have conducted “highly technical” discussions with the United States on what they need to do to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership if it is implemented.