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President Releases National Security Strategy

Posted in Trade Negotiations, Trade Policy, Trade Remedies
On Monday, the President released the Administration’s National Security Strategy.  Organized into four pillars – the protection of the American public, the promotion of American prosperity, the preservation of peace, and the advancement of American influence – the National Security Strategy reflects the Administration’s goals to “revitalize the American economy, rebuild {the} military, defend {the… Continue Reading

President Trump Calls for Section 232 Reports in June; Comments Made Available to the Public

Posted in Trade Negotiations, Trade Policy, Trade Remedies
On April 20, 2017, President Trump issued a Presidential Memorandum for the Secretary of Commerce calling for an investigation into the national security implications of steel imports pursuant to Section 232 of Trade Expansion Act of 1962.  This marked the first invocation of Section 232 since 2001, when the Department of Commerce (Commerce) investigated imports… Continue Reading
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