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Matt Matthews, the U.S. Ambassador for Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, on Thursday outlined the Trump administration's priorities for the 2017 APEC summit, which will take place during President Trump's Asia tour in November, insisting the U.S. remains highly engaged in the region despite its withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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Members of the Chinese business community on Tuesday faced scrutiny from a panel of U.S. government representatives for their defense of alleged Chinese government intellectual property and technology transfer policies, which are under scrutiny by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.

The Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity has outlined six “key principles” to include in a report aimed at assisting governments in their efforts to develop policy solutions, according to a draft obtained by Inside U.S Trade.

The Commerce Department has delayed issuing preliminary antidumping duty determinations on aluminum foil from China – along with the results of a related review of China’s non-market economy status, which sources say could be a move to maintain good relations ahead of planned visits to China by President Trump and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.

Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord this week terminated U.S. Steel's trans-shipment claim accusing Chinese steel manufacturers of misrepresenting country of origin and canceled an upcoming trial, leaving just one of the company's three claims active in a U.S. International Trade Commission Section 337 investigation.

Chinese trade associations have warned the United States that unilateral trade restrictions stemming from the Section 301 investigation will invite retaliation and be counterproductive to the bilateral trade relationship.