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Katherine Tai

USTR seeks better trade remedy than 232 tariffs

The Biden administration wants a better trade remedy than the nearly 60-year-old Section 232 tariffs that the Trump administration enacted to counter imports of foreign steel and aluminum, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai told lawmakers Wednesday.
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US lawmakers look to trade to counter China’s strength

Lawmakers, lobbyists and farm groups are anxious for the Biden administration to take its first concrete steps to begin negotiating international trade agreements and reform at the World Trade Organization to improve international access for U.S. goods as well as rein in China’s expanding global influence.
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Swine slaughter

Philippines opens up to more pork imports

The Philippines, already a big importer of U.S. pork, is lowering its tariffs to allow for more foreign supplies as the country continues to battle African swine fever, according to an announcement made Wednesday by the National Pork Producers Council.
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