The United States and China are mounting separate appeals of a July World Trade Organization panel report on U.S. countervailing duty (CVD) practices, and both are taking issue with the panel's findings on the U.S. Commerce Department's use of adverse facts available in CVD investigations.
President Obama on Aug. 28 announced his intent to nominate intellectual property lawyer Danny Marti to serve as intellectual property enforcement coordinator (IPEC), which is tasked with facilitating government policies that protect U.S. intellectual property.
Updated: The U.S. Department Of Agriculture (USDA) last week announced it has reached an agreement with Beijing that will allow California citrus growers to export to China for the first time since April 2013.
Beijing has told the U.S. Commerce Department it wants to negotiate a settlement that would suspend an ongoing antidumping (AD) investigation into imports of certain solar panels from China, in a move that opens up new phase in the longstanding trade spat that will likely stretch on for months but leaves many questions unanswered.
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has requested public comments to inform its annual report to Congress on China's compliance with its World Trade Organization obligations that is expected to be released in December, and will also hold a public hearing on Oct. 1 to solicit further input on this topic.
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Last month's U.S. appellate court ruling in favor of a Chinese company suing the president and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) will not have a meaningful impact on the outcome of the case and is likely do little to boost the transparency of the CFIUS review process, according to experts.
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