|Tuesday, October 19, 2021
From the White House
Readout of President Biden’s Meeting with G20 Leaders
From the U.S. Department of Commerce
From the U.S. Trade Representative
Readouts from Ambassador Tai’s meetings this past week:
USTR Asks ITC to Study Trade Impacts on Inequality
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the U.S. Department of State Participate in the Fourteenth Meeting of Dominican Republic–Central America–United States Free Trade Agreement’s Environmental Affairs Council
From the U.S. Department of State
Joint Statement on Third United States – Greece Strategic Dialogue
Secretary Antony J. Blinken with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias for the U.S.-Greece Strategic Dialogue and Signing of the Renewal of the U.S.-Greece Mutual Defense Cooperation Agreement
From the International Trade Administration
From the U.S. Trade Development Agency
President Biden to Nominate Enoh T. Ebong as USTDA Director
From the World Trade Organization
Members Pursue Convergence for an IP COVID-19 Response
AUKUS Spurs French Strategic Review with Tilt Toward Japan, India
South Korea Beyond Northeast Asia: How Seoul Is Deepening Ties With India and ASEAN
India, Israel Agree to Resume Negotiations on FTA from Next Month
Erdogan: Turkey Becoming Africa’s Leading Trade Partner
Australian Trade Minister Leaves UK with No Deal
Canada, Citing Buy American Fears, Says it Might Limit U.S. Procurement Opportunities
UAE, South Korea to Launch Free Trade Talks
Biden Will Announce Expanded Operations at Port of Los Angeles as Supply Chain Crunch Continues
EU to Hold Talks With U.K. on Northern Ireland Border Plan
U.S. Closes In on Deal This Week to Halt Europe’s Digital Taxes
Is Biden Creeping Toward a Trade Strategy?
U.S. Renews Its Support for Trade Group It Once Made a Punching Bag
US to Reopen Land Borders in November for Fully Vaccinated
White House Scrambles to Address Looming Christmas Crisis
More International Articles
Global Economic Growth Will Stabilize Next Year, but Supply Chain Shock Remains a Risk, a Report Says.
America’s Political and Business Elites No Longer Agree on China
Are Supply Chain Disruptions the Beginning of the End of Globalization?
Is Brexit Hurting the U.K. Economy? Trade Data Flashes a Warning
China’s Economic Growth Weakens Amid Construction Slowdown
Port Gridlock Stretches Supply Lines Thin in Blow for Economies
Taiwan Tensions Raise Fears of U.S.-China Conflict in Asia
China Warns UK’s Truss Not to Imperil Ties Over Taiwan Spat
Japan’s New Leader Vows Money to Make Chips at Home
Mexico Warns Migration Will Not Slow Without More U.S. Investment in Central America
U.S. Revises EU Steel Proposal as Tariff-Increase Date Looms
How Did the English Language Become the Global Lingua France?
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