In This Week's Issue


April 21, 2014

Push for More Small- and Medium-Size Exporters Comes Up Short
The government’s obsequious effort to get more small- and medium-size (SME) companies to become involved in exporting showed minuscule results in 2012, according to...

Talks with Japan Make No Progress Before Obama Trip
Meetings between U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Michael Froman and Japanese Economic Minister Akira Amari in parallel talks toward a Trans-Pacific Partnership...

Appellate Court Should Give Deference to CIT, Professors Argue
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) should give deference to the opinions of the Court of International Trade (CIT) in antidumping and countervailing...

Treasury Stops Short of Naming Currency Manipulators
While critics of Chinese trade policies continue calling for the U.S. to name Beijing a currency manipulator, Treasury April 15 again stopped short of tagging China in its...

CAFC Rejects Customs Reclassification of Sauce
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) can’t use a notice of action letter to revoke a Ruling Letter without going through a notice and comment period required by Customs...

Remand Ordered to Explain Surrogate Data in NME Case
A lot of trade lawyers will lose business when China is no longer considered a nonmarket economy (NME) after 2016. The almost never-ending – sometimes nitpicking...

Briefs: CJs, Brokering, Ukraine, Threaded Rod, Foreign Trade Regulations

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