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A Democratic commissioner at the Federal Communications Commission warned in a speech Thursday that the U.S. could repeat missteps it made in the wireless equipment market if it fails to get ahead of China in satellite broadband technology.
A Mexican rebar producer will face expanded anti-dumping duties after the U.S. Department of Commerce determined on Monday that the company evaded its duty order by slightly bending the ends of its bars before exporting them.
Companies that bid on projects financed wholly or in part by multilateral development banks to combat the crises caused by the pandemic must have appropriate anti-corruption mechanisms in place to limit the risks of sanctions investigations several years down the road, say Lauren Muldoon and Spencer Bruck at Orrick.
The U.S. Department of Defense barred federal contractors from using Russian-sourced energy to power American operating bases in Europe, in an attempt to shield the military installations from the "potential risk" of depending on Russian power.
The U.S. Court of International Trade on Monday rejected a Chinese company's challenge to a 92.85% anti-dumping duty on its roller bearings, finding the company should have raised its objections to Commerce before jumping to litigation.