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Salon.com
Why the U.S. shouldn’t start a trade war with ChinaOnce the U.S. has imposed tariffs on key Chinese industries, such as steel, Chi
Salon.com / Posted 18 hours ago
Once the U.S. has imposed tariffs on key Chinese industries, such as steel, China will respond by targeting export-oriented U.S. industries. These industries may then lobby the Trump administration for remedy or retaliation, provoking further... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Hopes dim for a quick NAFTA 2.0 on day 1 of talkscreate panels that handle such disputes. Trump’s “America First” trade policy i
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
create panels that handle such disputes. Trump’s “America First” trade policy is in part based on being able to protect U.S. industries against unfair trade policies. Canada and Mexico want to keep the panels, saying it’s important to have such... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
NAFTA talks are a major test for Trump - and they won't be easyand the rights of workers, women and indigenous people, as well as preserving a
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
and the rights of workers, women and indigenous people, as well as preserving a mechanism for settling disputes that some U.S. industries have opposed. Freeland mentioned an incident in U.S.-Canada trade negotiations in 1987 when a Canadian... Read more
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Market Watch
Nafta talks open with spat over resolving tariff conflictspower to overturn tariffs strikes at the heart of his “America First” trade pol
Market Watch / Posted 2 days ago
power to overturn tariffs strikes at the heart of his “America First” trade policy and his campaign’s spirited defense of measures to protect U.S. industries against what he sees as unfair trade practices. Popular on WSJ.com: More from Market... Read more
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The Hill
Trump can't withdraw from NAFTA without a 'yes' from Congressand Canada reduce barriers to our exports in exchange for the U.S. reducing bar
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
and Canada reduce barriers to our exports in exchange for the U.S. reducing barriers to their exports. This means that U.S. industries that export goods and services to Mexico or Canada — and the workers in those industries — would be hurt by... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Trade case weighs whether protection will save or sink US solar industrycompanies by raising prices along the supply chain. Trump has frequently float
OregonLive.com / Posted 3 days ago
companies by raising prices along the supply chain. Trump has frequently floated the idea of tariffs to protect other U.S. industries that have suffered from cheap Chinese imports, including steel, aluminum and semiconductors. The... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Trump's NAFTA Makeover Not So Extremeagricultural companies and other businesses don't want the president to throw o
KERA North Texas / Posted 3 days ago
agricultural companies and other businesses don't want the president to throw out the agreement. Analysts say most U.S. industries support NAFTA because the deal has increased U.S. exports to Canada and Mexico. And it appears the... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Trump's NAFTA Makeover Not So Extremeagricultural companies and other businesses don't want the president to throw o
KPBS San Diego / Posted 3 days ago
agricultural companies and other businesses don't want the president to throw out the agreement. Analysts say most U.S. industries support NAFTA because the deal has increased U.S. exports to Canada and Mexico. And it appears the... Read more
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4d
Reuters
China state media says U.S. trade probe will hurt both countriessaid while Chinese exporters could be the first to suffer from trade sanctions,
Reuters / Posted 4 days ago
said while Chinese exporters could be the first to suffer from trade sanctions, the pain would soon spread to U.S. industries and households, adding that China was willing to resolve any disputes between the two sides through... Read more
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4d
Fortune
Trump Orders a Probe Into China's Trade PracticesAct of 1974, a popular trade tool in the 1980s that has been rarely used in the
Fortune / Posted 4 days ago
Act of 1974, a popular trade tool in the 1980s that has been rarely used in the past decade, allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from "unfair trade practices" of foreign countri... Read more
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4d
Bangor Daily News
Trump orders probe of China intellectual property practicesAct of 1974, a popular trade tool in the 1980s that has been rarely used in the
Bangor Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
Act of 1974, a popular trade tool in the 1980s that has been rarely used in the past decade, allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from “unfair trade practices” of foreign countri... Read more
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4d
Daily Mail
Trump orders probe into whether China is stealing Ameican IPrarely used in the past decade, allows the president to unilaterally impose tar
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
rarely used in the past decade, allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from 'unfair trade practices' of foreign countries. Unite The Right rally organizer is chased away by... Read more
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4d
Market Watch
Why Americans won’t pay more for Chinese imports soon, despite Trump’s harder linenot the only risk. The willingness of the Trump administration to take a toughe
Market Watch / Posted 4 days ago
not the only risk. The willingness of the Trump administration to take a tougher line on trade has emboldened more U.S. industries to seek protection from Chinese and other foreign competitors. The U.S. solar industry, for example, has... Read more
4d
Reuters
Trump's probe on China intellectual property theft could spur changeAct of 1974, a popular trade tool in the 1980s that has been rarely used in the
Reuters / Posted 4 days ago
Act of 1974, a popular trade tool in the 1980s that has been rarely used in the past decade, allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from "unfair trade practices" of foreign countri... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Trump's probe on China intellectual property theft could spur changerarely used in the past decade, allows the president to unilaterally impose tar
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
rarely used in the past decade, allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from "unfair trade practices" of foreign countries. (Reporting by Lesley Wroughton; Editing by Leslie... Read more
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6d
Breitbart
RAISE Act Revives Civil Rights Leader Barbara Jordan’s ‘Americanization’ Immigration Legacythat recommendation, the U.S. has admitted more than 20 million legal immigrant
Breitbart / Posted 6 days ago
that recommendation, the U.S. has admitted more than 20 million legal immigrants, leading to an immigration crisis where U.S. industries have seen stagnant wages for American workers, while public schools, hospitals, and social services are... Read more
6d
EuroNews
Trump to ramp up trade pressure on China with call for probe on Mondayrarely used in the past decade, allows the president to unilaterally impose tar
EuroNews / Posted 6 days ago
rarely used in the past decade, allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from “unfair trade practices” of foreign countries. The process can bypass World Trade Organization... Read more
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6d
New Kerala
Bipartisan Group of 69 Lawmakers Urge Feds To Oppose Punitive Tariffs That Would Gut U.S. Solar Industry - newkerala news #262638and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). "If these barriers a
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). "If these barriers are implemented, one of the fastest growing U.S. industries will be halted in its tracks, thousands of Americans will lose their jobs and billions of dollars of private... Read more
14d
The China Post
Trump trade action could hinder ties, Beijing warnsof the Trade Act of 1974. It allows the head of state to unilaterally impose ta
The China Post / Posted 14 days ago
of the Trade Act of 1974. It allows the head of state to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from unfair trade practices of foreign countries.Since the World Trade Organization was established in 1995,... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
The Finance 202: This ex-congressman may be Trump's weirdest nomination to dateAct of 1974's Section 301, which allows the president to unilaterally impose ta
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
Act of 1974's Section 301, which allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries, the sources said. It is unclear whether such a probe would result in trade sanctions against China, which... Read more
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16d
The Star
In rare bipartisan display, U.S. Democrats back Trump on China trade probeofficial said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or
The Star / Posted 16 days ago
official said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries. The United States has a long list of grievances with China, ranging from accusations of steel dumping to... Read more
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16d
Swissinfo
In rare bipartisan display, U.S. Democrats back Trump on China trade probeofficial said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or
Swissinfo / Posted 16 days ago
official said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries. The United States has a long list of grievances with China, ranging from accusations of steel dumping to... Read more
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16d
Channel NewsAsia
In rare bipartisan display, US Democrats back Trump on China trade probeofficial said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 days ago
official said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries. The United States has a long list of grievances with China, ranging from accusations of steel dumping to... Read more
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16d
Swissinfo
In rare bipartisan display, U.S. Democrats back Trump on China trade probeofficial said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or
Swissinfo / Posted 16 days ago
official said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries. The United States has a long list of grievances with China, ranging from accusations of steel dumping to... Read more
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16d
Reuters
In rare bipartisan display, Democrats back Trump on China trade probeofficial said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or
Reuters / Posted 16 days ago
official said. The act allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries. The United States has a long list of grievances with China, ranging from accusations of steel dumping to... Read more
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16d
Newsmax
Trump Ready to Crack Down on 'Unfair' Chinese Trade Practices301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariff
Newsmax / Posted 16 days ago
301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from "unfair trade practices" of foreign countries, such as trade agreement violations, or "discriminatory"... Read more
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17d
FOX Business
Trump close to decision on addressing Chinese trade practices301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariff
FOX Business / Posted 17 days ago
301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from "unfair trade practices" of foreign countries, such as trade agreement violations, or "discriminatory"... Read more
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17d
FOX Business
Trump close to decision on addressing Chinese trade practices301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariff
FOX Business / Posted 17 days ago
301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from "unfair trade practices" of foreign countries, such as trade agreement violations, or "discriminatory"... Read more
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17d
Fortune
Trump Is Considering Measures Against China's Trade Practices301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariff
Fortune / Posted 17 days ago
301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from "unfair trade practices" of foreign countries, such as trade agreement violations, or "discriminatory"... Read more
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Newsmax
Trump Close to Decision on Addressing Chinese Trade Practices301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariff
Newsmax / Posted 17 days ago
301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from "unfair trade practices" of foreign countries, such as trade agreement violations, or "discriminatory"... Read more
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17d
Reuters
Trump close to decision on addressing Chinese trade practices301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariff
Reuters / Posted 17 days ago
301 of the Trade Act of 1974 allows the president to unilaterally impose tariffs or other trade restrictions to protect U.S. industries from "unfair trade practices" of foreign countries, such as trade agreement violations, or "discriminatory"... Read more
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18d
dna
No let-up in spying amid tit-for-tat Russian sanctions: U.S. officialand contractors who share secrets with the news media and groups such as WikiLe
dna / Posted 18 days ago
and contractors who share secrets with the news media and groups such as WikiLeaks and foreign acquisition of strategic U.S. industries. Evanina spoke to Reuters on Friday, the same day that Russia retaliated in Cold War-era style to a new... Read more
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Reuters
No let-up in spying amid tit-for-tat Russian sanctions: U.S officialand contractors who share secrets with the news media and groups such as WikiLe
Reuters / Posted 18 days ago
and contractors who share secrets with the news media and groups such as WikiLeaks and foreign acquisition of strategic U.S. industries. Evanina spoke to Reuters on Friday, the same day that Russia retaliated in Cold War-era style to a new... Read more
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dna
No let-up in spying amid tit-for-tat Russian sanctions -U.S officialand contractors who share secrets with the news media and groups such as WikiLe
dna / Posted 18 days ago
and contractors who share secrets with the news media and groups such as WikiLeaks and foreign acquisition of strategic U.S. industries. Evanina spoke to Reuters on Friday, the same day that Russia retaliated in Cold War-era style to a new... Read more
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The Star
No let-up in spying amid tit-for-tat Russian sanctions - U.S officialand contractors who share secrets with the news media and groups such as WikiLe
The Star / Posted 18 days ago
and contractors who share secrets with the news media and groups such as WikiLeaks and foreign acquisition of strategic U.S. industries. Evanina spoke to Reuters on Friday, the same day that Russia retaliated in Cold War-era style to a new... Read more
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EuroNews
South Korea names new trade minister amid U.S. push to amend FTAestablished whether the U.S. trade deficit with South Korea is not the result o
EuroNews / Posted 19 days ago
established whether the U.S. trade deficit with South Korea is not the result of other structural causes in the makeup of U.S. industries. The trade deal was initially negotiated by the Republican administration of President George W. Bush in... Read more
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Reuters
South Korea names new trade minister amid U.S. push to amend FTAestablished whether the U.S. trade deficit with South Korea is not the result o
Reuters / Posted 19 days ago
established whether the U.S. trade deficit with South Korea is not the result of other structural causes in the makeup of U.S. industries. The trade deal was initially negotiated by the Republican administration of President George W. Bush in... Read more
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Al.com
Is a Russian-backed Canadian steel company costing Alabama jobs?do about it? Throughout his victorious presidential campaign, President Trump
Al.com / Posted 23 days ago
do about it? Throughout his victorious presidential campaign, President Trump promised to reinvigorate and protect ailing U.S. industries with tariffs against foreign imports. Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan, which was chanted... Read more
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CTV News
Trudeau insists NAFTA must have dispute mechanism despite U.S. demands it be eliminatedappeals. "The binational panel review system established by Chapter 19 of the
CTV News / Posted 24 days ago
appeals. "The binational panel review system established by Chapter 19 of the North American Free Trade Agreement deprives U.S. industries and workers of their right to a fair and impartial hearing in trade disputes," the coalition says on its... Read more
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The Hill
NAFTA revamp talks will start next month in Washingtonseriously undermined the enforcement of U.S. law against unfair trade practices
The Hill / Posted 30 days ago
seriously undermined the enforcement of U.S. law against unfair trade practices by Canada and Mexico, to the detriment of U.S. industries and workers,” said U.S. Lumber Coalition spokesperson Zoltan van Heyningen in a Tuesday email. "Eliminating... Read more
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OregonLive.com
4 proposed NAFTA changes Canada, Mexico are sure to hate: analysis2.7 percent of imports from the rest of the world, and only 1.3 percent of U.S.
OregonLive.com / Posted 30 days ago
2.7 percent of imports from the rest of the world, and only 1.3 percent of U.S. imports from NAFTA countries. But some U.S. industries, like the lumber industry, have argued against the Chapter 19 dispute settlement mechanism, claiming that it... Read more
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The Hill
Priority No. 1 for Trump's NAFTA reboot: 'First, do no harm'also mistakenly blames NAFTA for closed factories and for millions of workers t
The Hill / Posted 30 days ago
also mistakenly blames NAFTA for closed factories and for millions of workers that it has supposedly “stranded.” While some U.S. industries have declined because of NAFTA, others have expanded. In the first five years of the agreement, 1994-98, the... Read more
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Newsmax
Trump Falling Short on Promise to Fix Trade Deficitleast penalize subsidized and dumped imports and resort to the WTO’s exemptions
Newsmax / Posted 30 days ago
least penalize subsidized and dumped imports and resort to the WTO’s exemptions for critical defense industries. For the U.S. industries that benefit — hooray! — but Beijing advantages domestic producers in so many ways, from forced technology... Read more
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FOX News
Trump's promise to fix our trade deficit is still falling woefully shortleast penalize subsidized and dumped imports and resort to the WTO’s exemptions
FOX News / Posted a month ago
least penalize subsidized and dumped imports and resort to the WTO’s exemptions for critical defense industries. For the U.S. industries that benefit — hooray! — but Beijing advantages domestic producers in so many ways, from forced technology... Read more
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The Washington Times
Steelworkers need to be put first by Trumpthat “this American carnage stops right here and stops right now.” It’s clear t
The Washington Times / Posted 1 months ago
that “this American carnage stops right here and stops right now.” It’s clear that the carnage that has taken place in U.S. industries such as steel and aluminum needs to come to an end. As Mr. Trump has said repeatedly, we need to “buy... Read more
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CNBC
Private sector advisory group suggests NAFTA rewrite based on TPPmembers of the group warned not to focus on the "hobby horse" of the U.S. trade
CNBC / Posted 1 months ago
members of the group warned not to focus on the "hobby horse" of the U.S. trade deficit with Mexico. "Half a dozen major U.S. industries have integrated across North America and their whole business model would be disrupted," Bergsten told... Read more
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The Hill
US tire industry has a lot at stake if steel regulation changeson global trade. While this is important, it is also critical that we focus on
The Hill / Posted 1 months ago
on global trade. While this is important, it is also critical that we focus on the impact such decisions could have on U.S. industries like tire manufacturing. In the United States, tire manufacturers provide over 737,000 jobs, operate 55... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Steel stocks jump on Trump's tariff threatKorea, Mexico, and Turkey are the top steel exporters, according to Commerce De
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 1 months ago
Korea, Mexico, and Turkey are the top steel exporters, according to Commerce Department data. The steel issue has some U.S. industries on edge. They fear that other nations will retaliate and slap tariffs on U.S. agriculture goods or other... Read more
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