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China still wants U.S. bilateral investment treaty - USTR official

WASHINGTON, April 26- High-level Chinese officials have told U.S. trade negotiators in recent days that they still want to reach a bilateral investment treaty with the United States, Deputy U.S. Holleyman also told a China business conference sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that despite reviews of its status under international trade rules, most...

Source: Reuters

CHINESE INDUSTRIES INVOLVED INCLUDE TEXTILES, METALS, LIGHT INDUSTRY, SPECIALTY CHEMICALS, MEDICAL PRODUCTS, HARDWARE, AGRICULTURE -USTR

CHINESE INDUSTRIES INVOLVED INCLUDE TEXTILES, METALS, LIGHT INDUSTRY, SPECIALTY CHEMICALS, MEDICAL PRODUCTS, HARDWARE, AGRICULTURE- USTR.

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CHINA EFFECTIVELY ENDS PROGRAM GIVING EXPORT SUBSIDIES TO CHINESE FIRMS IN SEVEN SECTORS -USTR STATEMENT

CHINA EFFECTIVELY ENDS PROGRAM GIVING EXPORT SUBSIDIES TO CHINESE FIRMS IN SEVEN SECTORS- USTR STATEMENT.

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China agrees to end export subsidies to steel, other industries, U.S. says

WASHINGTON, April 14- China has agreed to scrap controversial export subsidies on a range of products from steel and aluminum to agriculture and textiles, the U.S. In a deal coinciding with global economic meetings in Washington, the USTR said in a statement that China has agreed to end a program known as its "demonstration bases-common service platform" in which...

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Peru lifts trade barriers to U.S. beef -USDA, USTR

WASHINGTON, March 14- Peru has agreed to lift its remaining safety barriers to U.S. beef exports, further opening one of the fastest- markets in Latin America to U.S. ranchers, Obama administration officials said on Monday. Peru will now allow beef and beef products from all federally inspected U.S. establishments to be eligible for export to Peru, Vilsack and...

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UPDATE 1-U.S. industry body says India agreed to not issue 'compulsory' drug licences

*India on "priority watch" for allowing cheap drug copies. MUMBAI, March 8- India has given private assurances that it will not grant licences allowing local firms to override patents and make cheap copies of drugs by big Western drugmakers, a U.S. business advocacy group said. The USTR has placed India on its "priority watch" list for two years in a row saying the...

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U.S. industry body says India agreed to not issue 'compulsory' drug licenses

*India on "priority watch" for allowing cheap drug copies. MUMBAI, March 8- India has given private assurances that it will not grant licenses allowing local firms to override patents and make cheap copies of drugs by big Western drugmakers, a U.S. business advocacy group said. The USTR has placed India on its "priority watch" list for two years in a row saying the...

Source: Reuters

UPDATE 1-South Africa allows sales of U.S. poultry, pork, beef -USTR

WASHINGTON, March 2- South Africa is allowing sales of American chicken, pork and beef products throughout the country, meeting benchmarks for resolving a 15- year trade dispute with the United States, Washington's top trade official said on Wednesday. Trade Representative Michael Froman said that if sustained, South African sales are a key step toward...

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Africa allows sales of U.S. poultry, pork beef -USTR

WASHINGTON, March 2- South Africa has allowed American chicken, pork and beef products to go on sale throughout the country, meeting benchmarks for resolving a trade dispute with the United States, Washington's top trade office said on Wednesday.

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Honduras to strengthen intellectual property protections -USTR

WASHINGTON, March 2- The government of Honduras has agreed to take steps to strengthen and protect intellectual property rights after negotiations with the United States, the U.S. Trade Representative's Office said on Wednesday. The steps include efforts to crack down on piracy of cable and satellite television signals as well as substantially increasing...

Source: Reuters