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In a last-ditch effort to reverse the Trump administration’s tariffs on goods from China, thousands of importers have filed lawsuits at the Court of International Trade hoping for refunds, though some lawyers familiar with the litigation are skeptical it will succeed.

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House Ways & Means trade subcommittee Chairman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) on Wednesday took aim at what he called President Trump’s politicized trade approach to China, including recent national security-related moves involving TikTok and WeChat.

An influential Pentagon advisory board has ended a two-year study of the future of the U.S. military with a blueprint for how to more aggressively compete in non-military “gray zones,” naming trade and cybersecurity as two avenues.

The House on Tuesday passed a bill that would label all goods from China’s Xinjiang province as being made with forced labor and require U.S. Customs and Border Patrol to block those goods from entering the U.S.

Former Vice President Joe Biden will use tariffs only when necessary and only when they are backed by a comprehensive strategy, a top foreign policy adviser said on Tuesday.

An association representing global semiconductor manufacturers is warning the Commerce Department against adding one of its most notable members -- China’s Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation -- to the Entity List, arguing it would serve only to hurt U.S. interests, according to a draft letter obtained by Inside U.S. Trade.

The Commerce Department on Friday issued regulations outlining transactions involving TikTok and WeChat it plans to ban, degrading the functionality of the mobile applications as a means to address national security concerns involving the collection of U.S. personal data by Chinese-owned companies.

Democrats and human-rights advocates on Thursday expressed disappointment with the Trump administration’s move to ban imports from specific companies believed to be using forced labor in China’s Xinjiang province, while apparel industry representatives testifying at the same hearing defended targeted actions rather than a region-wide ban.