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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is allowed to redact certain information about the importation of primates in documents requested by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, the D.C. Circuit has ruled, concluding that PETA cannot force the government to reveal confidential data that would cause importers competitive injury.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has made an early finding that mattress spring units imported from Macau but assembled using materials sourced from China are circumventing an anti-dumping duty order on Chinese mattress springs, according to a notice to be published in the Federal Register on Tuesday.
A Jordanian insurer has denied to the High Court in London that the European arm of AIG will breach U.S. sanctions if it pays out on a reinsurance policy following a multimillion-dollar theft from a Syrian bank.
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Monday began a week’s worth of daylong public hearings on its proposal to hit $200 billion of Chinese goods with new duties, the most aggressive salvo yet in its ongoing battle with Beijing over intellectual property and technology acquisition policies.
Turkey has filed a World Trade Organization challenge to the Trump administration's steel and aluminum tariffs, becoming the ninth government to question the national security justification for the levies, according to a WTO document circulated Monday.