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Articles Tagged with ''Katherine Tai''

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US and UK trade leaders to meet next week

Top trade officials from the U.S. and UK will meet in Baltimore, Md., next week – the first of two scheduled meetings announced Wednesday by the Biden administration – sparking new hope that the two countries are moving closer to negotiations for a free trade agreement.
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US prepares to expand scope of Indo-Pacific Strategy

The Biden administration Tuesday rolled out its 2022 Trade Policy Agenda report to Congress, pledging to further develop its Indo-Pacific Strategy – an effort to strengthen ties with the Asian region – as well as continue to reduce trade barriers across the globe and bring new reform pressure on China.
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India opens border to US pork exports

India is ready to allow imports of U.S. pork, removing a long-running trade irritant between the two countries, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Monday.
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India trade spat decimates US apple trade

The U.S. lifted its tariffs on steel and aluminum from the European Union and negotiations are underway to do the same for Japan. Now the Biden administration needs to lift the Trump-era tariffs on steel and aluminum from India, says the U.S. Apple Association.
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India vows to allow imports of US pork

India has blocked the imports of U.S. pork for years, demanding conditions for the trade that the U.S. has not been willing to accept, but the country is now promising to end the regulatory delays, according to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
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USTR eyes India tariffs as lawmakers press for action

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai is meeting with high-level trade officials and reconvening the U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum to discuss India’s steep tariffs and other trade barriers, many of which are preventing or dampening U.S. exports of tree nuts, apples and dairy to the second-most populous nation in the world.
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