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USTR Nov 13
United States Issues WTO Counter Notification Against India’s Market Price Support for Cotton
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USTR Nov 9
This week, the United States and the United Kingdom completed the 5th U.S.-UK Trade and Investment Working Group meetings to lay the groundwork for our future trade relationship. Joint readout here:
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USTR Nov 5
Read USTR's UNITED STATES–MEXICO–CANADA AGREEMENT FACT SHEET focused on supporting America’s small and medium-sized businesses
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USTR Oct 24
Joint Statement on the United States-Ukraine Trade and Investment Council
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USTR Oct 23
In 2017, two-way goods trade between the United States and New Zealand totaled $8.1 billion. This afternoon, USTR Lighthizer met with Trade Minister of New Zealand David Parker to discuss the growing U.S.-New Zealand trade relationship.
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USTR Oct 23
Today, USTR Robert Lighthizer met with Ukraine First Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economic Development and Trade Stepan Kubiv to discuss strengthening the trade relationship between the U.S. and Ukraine.
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USTR Oct 22
Joint Statement on the Second Meeting of the United States-Argentina Council on Trade and Investment
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USTR Oct 22
Joint Statement by U.S. Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer and Philippine Secretary of Trade and Industry Ramon M. Lopez
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Vice President Mike Pence Oct 17
Great cabinet meeting today at the . Important discussion on growing the American economy, greater prosperity, increased opportunity, the new USMCA deal, & ' efforts to reduce spending by directing each Cabinet member to streamline their agency’s budget by 5%.
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U.S.Embassy Tashkent Oct 17
"Promoting innovation accelerates economic growth," according to Mark Linscott at
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USTR Oct 17
The United States and Chile Hold the Twelfth Meeting of the Free Trade Commission under the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement
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USTR Oct 17
U.S. Statement on the United States - Central Asia Trade and Investment Framework Agreement
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USTR Oct 16
Trump Administration Announces Intent to Negotiate Trade Agreements with Japan, the European Union and the United Kingdom
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AFIA Oct 10
Asst. USTR for Ag Affairs & Commodity Policy Sharon Bomer briefed AFIA's International Trade Ctte today on U.S. trade negotiations with China, Japan, the EU and other countries. AFIA thanked Ms. Bomer & the for its work renegotiating USMCA (formerly ).
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The White House Oct 2
A trade agreement for the 21st century: The new USMCA includes protection of intellectual property rights and the strongest measures on digital trade of any deal in our history.
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The White House Oct 2
President delivers what past politicians couldn't: a new trade agreement with Mexico and Canada that benefits American workers and businesses where NAFTA failed.
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Vice President Mike Pence Oct 4
Today, America is reaching out our hand to China. We hope that soon Beijing will reach back – with deeds, not words, & with renewed respect for America. But we will not relent until our relationship with China is grounded in fairness, reciprocity, & respect for our sovereignty.
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Lt. Gov Kleefisch Oct 3
Check out my video from today to see the impact that the new will have on our dairy farmers!
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USTR Oct 3
Today, USTR Robert Lighthizer met with German Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas to discuss strengthening the trade relationship between the United States and Germany.
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Donald J. Trump Oct 2
“USMCA Wins Praise as a Victory for American Industries and Workers”➡️
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