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Sens. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., have urged the federal government’s non-partisan watchdog to review negotiations dating back to 2009 between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia over a civil nuclear cooperation agreement for the Middle Eastern country.
Venezuela will ask a World Trade Organization panel to decide whether U.S. sanctions on its goods, services, debt and government-backed cryptocurrency violate international trade rules after efforts to resolve the dispute bilaterally fell short, according to a WTO agenda circulated Friday.
Chiquita Brands International Inc. urged a Florida federal judge to reject a class certification bid by New Jersey litigants alleging the company funded Colombian paramilitaries who murdered banana plantation workers, arguing Friday in multidistrict litigation that the claims are individual in nature.
The U.S. Department of Commerce said Friday that it has preliminarily set a countervailing duty rate of roughly 200 percent for five China-based companies to offset what officials deem illegal subsidies from the Chinese government for aluminum extrusions.
The Trump administration cried foul over South Korea's "opaque" antitrust enforcement efforts Friday, issuing the first-ever bid for consultations with Seoul under the countries' bilateral trade agreement since the deal took effect seven years ago.