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Commerce Calls for Information on U.S. Pipeline Construction and Maintenance for Domestic Sourcing Plan

Posted in Manufacturing, Trade Policy
The Commerce Department’s Office of Policy and Strategic Planning is currently seeking information on the construction and maintenance of American pipelines to inform its forthcoming plan to the President for the domestic sourcing of pipeline materials.  In accordance with the President’s January 24, 2017 Presidential Memorandum on the “Construction of American Pipes,” the agency is… Continue Reading

Commerce Department Requests Information to Cut Red-Tape on Manufacturers

Posted in Manufacturing
On March 7, the Commerce Department will announce an opportunity for U.S. manufactures to help decrease the burden of regulations on their ability to do business.  The President asked the Secretary of Commerce for a report on reducing regulatory burdens and improving the permitting process for U.S. manufacturers.  To prepare the report, the Commerce Department… Continue Reading

Part 1: U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission Annual Report Analysis

Posted in Dumping and Subsidies, Manufacturing, Trade Agreement Compliance, Trade Policy, Trade Remedies
U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission Calls for Action Against Chinese State-Owned Enterprises and Unfair Trade Practices The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission released its annual report on November 20, emphasizing the need for Congress, the Commerce Department, and other U.S. Government agencies to help U.S. firms affected by China’s “anticompetitive” actions and policies.… Continue Reading
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