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Lighthizer to outline push for 'broader reset' at the WTO

June 18, 2020
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer will tell lawmakers today that the Trump administration is setting its sights on what he calls “outdated tariff determinations” among World Trade Organization members. In his opening statement to the House Ways & Means Committee, which holds a hearing on the 2020 trade agenda this morning, Lighthizer will offer these thoughts on the WTO: In addition to reigning [sic] in the Appellate Body, the United States will also seek a broader reset at the WTO...


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