Washington Tariff & Trade Letter provides exclusive, behind-the-scenes news and analysis every week of U.S. trade policies, regulations and legislation, export controls, trade sanctions, and enforcement of antidumping and countervailing duty laws.

Based on nearly 35 years of experience and extensive sources, Washington Tariff & Trade Letter delivers a concise briefing on bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations, particularly at the WTO, and trade disputes that directly affect international trade and investment.

In This Week's Issue


November 20, 2017

Korea Claims Partial Victory over U.S. at WTO
Korea won a partial victory Nov. 14 when a World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute panel upheld several claims challenging U.S. antidumping (AD) duties on imports of oil...

NAFTA Negotiations Kick Off in Mexico City
Though some negotiating groups began meeting earlier in the week, round five of NAFTA negotiations formally began Nov. 17 in Mexico City and will run through Nov. 21. While...

Asia Moves on Without U.S.
When President Trump withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in the first days of his presidency, the future of the multilateral deal looked bleak and the Regional...

Bills to Update CFIUS Answer China Commission Request
Ask and ye shall receive. In its annual report to Congress Nov. 15, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Commission (USCC) recommended that Congress consider...

Commerce Finds High Margins in Hardwood Plywood Investigations
In its affirmative final determinations in the antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations of imports of hardwood plywood products from China announced...

Deputy Director General Wolff Defends WTO, Outlines Future
Pay attention to the World Trade Organization (WTO) because the U.S. president certainly is, warned WTO Deputy Director General Alan Wolff. Voicing his own views...

Briefs: Forms, GSP, Iran, OFAC

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