China-U.S. Trade Law

China-U.S. Trade Law

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Commerce Delays CVD Determination – Could Vacancies Be To Blame? 美商务部推迟反补贴裁定

Posted in CVD, Trade Disputes, USDOC
The Commerce Department on August 12 postponed its preliminary determination in Prestressed Concrete Steel Wire Strand from the People’s Republic of China to October 24 claiming it needed more time due to the large number and complexity of the subsidy programs alleged in the case.  However, most of the allegations involve programs that Commerce has… Continue Reading

Commerce Vacancies Leave Trade Policy Decisions Without Political Oversight 美商务部高管空缺 贸易政策缺乏决策层监管

Posted in USDOC
中文请点击这里 Despite what people might think, and notwithstanding an election eight months ago that turned out the Republican Party from both Congress and the White House, the Bush Administration still effectively is governing U.S. trade policy toward China, at least with respect to countervailing duty and antidumping cases. The key offices that make policy decisions… Continue Reading