Looking Back At A Transitional Year In US Trade Policy

By Alex Lawson (December 20, 2021, 1:54 PM EST) -- International trade policy mostly landed on the back burner during the first year of the Biden administration, which focused most of its efforts on domestic matters. But 2021 still provided a number of important developments and signals as to where the U.S. trade agenda is headed.

Here, Law360 breaks down the trade policy moves that defined 2021.

A Cautious Approach on China

The whipsawing of the Trump administration's China engagement was put on hold in 2021 as President Joe Biden's trade team, led by U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai, announced early in the year that it would undertake a top-to-bottom review...

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