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Top 4 Trade Questions Facing Attys: Midyear Report

By Alex Lawson (July 23, 2021, 5:57 PM EDT) -- As the Biden administration's honeymoon period wears off, trade attorneys are eagerly awaiting clarity on the government's plans for China, the World Trade Organization and a simmering crisis at U.S. ports. 

Here, Law360 takes a look at four critical trade policy fronts that could see the most movement in the back half of 2021:

Will Biden Unveil a China Strategy? 

President Joe Biden inherited a fraught relationship with China, marked by lingering tensions over a yearslong tariff escalation and new conflicts over human rights violations and national security threats. But the White House has thus far used a soft touch with...

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