1
Jul
Posted by Emvertex

The Commerce Department said May 23 it is proposing to impose anti-subsidy duties on products from countries that hold down their currencies against the dollar. The move is likely to result in higher taxes on Chinese exports to the us and further intensifies us attacks on global trade rules. Others who could face the same fate include Japan, South Korea, India, Germany and Switzerland. The Federal Register said in a May 23 notice that the new rules would allow U.S.…

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15
Apr
Posted by Emvertex

As us trade talks with China draw to a close, the us has turned its trade focus to Europe, proposing tariffs on $11bn of eu imports in response to longstanding eu subsidies for aircraft maker Airbus. The European Union hit back, saying the us figure was "overblown" and was prepared to retaliate, raising transatlantic trade tensions again. The United States trade representative (USTR) on Thursday proposed tariffs on $11 billion worth of European Union imports, including commercial aircraft, cheese and…

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