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Airline unions urged the D.C. Circuit Friday to upend the U.S. Department of Transportation's grant of a foreign air carrier permit to Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA's Irish subsidiary, arguing all they need for standing for the challenge is market entry by a competitor that allegedly will undercut labor standards.
President Donald Trump intends to nominate a former U.S. Trade Representative attorney for a seat on the U.S. International Trade Commission, the White House said Friday.
The new U.S. tax on deemed repatriated offshore earnings could encourage the Internal Revenue Service to settle some pending transfer pricing cases, but it won’t cause the agency to abandon most of those assessments, practitioners told Law360.
A proposal under consideration by the U.S. to eliminate investor-state dispute resolution from the North American Free Trade Agreement would mark a sharp departure from previous administration policy and likely set a precedent for future trade negotiations, experts say.
The U.S. Department of Defense has endorsed hitting imports of steel and aluminum with “targeted” tariffs rather than across-the-board enforcement measures, according to a memo released by the Trump administration late Thursday.