There’s a very important vote scheduled in the House of Representatives today on the Trade Rights Enforcement Act that we talked about last week. This is a big trade week in the House, with a vote on CAFTA expected later in the week.
This bill — H.R. 3283 — will authorize the application of US countervailing duty (CVD) laws to exports from China. In addition, it’ll require that the US Government track intellectual property theft and China’s World Trade Organization (WTO) compliance, and it provides more funding for US enforcement of trade agreements. In short, what’s not to love?
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