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Trade Promotion (Fast-Track) Authority: Summary and Analysis of Selected Major Provisions of H.R. 3005

Trade Promotion (Fast-Track) Authority: Summary and Analysis of Selected Major Provisions of H.R. 3005

Date: April 15, 2002
Creator: Sek, Lenore; Cooper, William H; Bolle, Mary Jane; Pregelj, Vladimir N; Hanrahan, Charles E; Tiemann, Mary et al.
Description: None
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Trade Promotion (Fast-Track) Authority: Summary and Analysis of Selected Major Provisions of H.R. 3005 and Title XXI of H.R. 3009

Trade Promotion (Fast-Track) Authority: Summary and Analysis of Selected Major Provisions of H.R. 3005 and Title XXI of H.R. 3009

Date: June 14, 2002
Creator: Sek, Lenore; Cooper, William H; Bolle, Mary Jane; Pregelj, Vladimir N; Hanrahan, Charles E; Tiemann, Mary et al.
Description: None
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Trade Remedies: A Primer

Trade Remedies: A Primer

Date: July 30, 2008
Creator: Jones, Vivian C.
Description: This report explains, first, U.S. antidumping and countervailing duty statutes and investigations. Second, it describes safeguard statutes and investigative procedures. Third, it briefly presents trade-remedy related legislation in the 110th Congress. Finally, the appendix provides a brief chart outlining U.S. trade remedy statutes, major actors, and the effects of these laws.
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Trade Remedies and the WTO Rules Negotiations

Trade Remedies and the WTO Rules Negotiations

Date: June 7, 2010
Creator: Jones, Vivian C.
Description: At the November 2001 Ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Doha, Qatar, member countries launched a new round of trade talks known as the Doha Development Agenda (DDA). This report examines trade remedy issues in DDA in three parts. The first part provides background information and contextual analysis. The second section focuses on how these issues fit into the DDA. A third section provides a more specific overview of major reform proposals that are being considered.
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Trade Remedies: "New Shipper" Reviews

Trade Remedies: "New Shipper" Reviews

Date: October 5, 2005
Creator: Jones, Vivian C
Description: None
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Trade Remedy Law Reform in the 107th Congress

Trade Remedy Law Reform in the 107th Congress

Date: April 12, 2001
Creator: Cooper, William H
Description: None
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Trade Remedy Law Reform in the 107th Congress

Trade Remedy Law Reform in the 107th Congress

Date: September 27, 2002
Creator: Cooper, William H
Description: None
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Trade Remedy Law Reform in the 107th Congress

Trade Remedy Law Reform in the 107th Congress

Date: April 20, 2002
Creator: Cooper, William H
Description: None
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Trade Remedy Law Reform in the 108th Congress

Trade Remedy Law Reform in the 108th Congress

Date: July 22, 2003
Creator: Cooper, William H
Description: None
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Trade Reorganization: Overview and Issues for Congress

Trade Reorganization: Overview and Issues for Congress

Date: May 31, 2012
Creator: Ilias, Shayerah
Description: On January 13, 2012, President Obama asked Congress for authority to reorganize and consolidate into one department the business- and trade-related functions of six federal entities. U.S. policymakers' interest in the organizational structure of U.S. government trade functions has grown in recent years, stimulated by congressional and federal efforts to promote U.S. exports and employment, including through the National Export Initiative (NEI). Interest also has been stimulated by national debates on reducing federal spending and the size of the U.S. government. This report looks at the policy debate and role of Congress in such a move.
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