Tag Archives: People’s Republic of China

Transatlantic Trade | US and Europe – Week of April 5, 2021

European countries re-examined data this week from the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, amid increased concerns surrounding blood-clotting incidents.  The United States (US) and United Kingdom (UK) are trending toward further reopening, as inoculation levels rise.  Meanwhile, the European Union (EU) continues to face criticism with respect to its COVID-19 vaccine export control mechanism. Reports this week … Continue Reading

Transatlantic Trade | US and Europe – Week of March 29, 2021

United States (US) officials released two major annual publications this week, one focused on human rights and the other focused on trade barriers for American goods and services.  The United Kingdom (UK) submitted a roadmap to the European Union (EU) regarding its border controls in Northern Ireland.  The two sides also appear to have reached … Continue Reading

Transatlantic Trade | US and Europe – Week of March 22, 2021

Officials from the United States (US) reached out to European officials this week, discussing mutual concerns and priorities.  The European Union (EU) continues struggle with resolving its vaccine distribution challenges, extending its vaccine export restrictions until June.  This week, the US and European partners jointly imposed sanctions against officials from the People’s Republic of China … Continue Reading

COVID-19: US Developments – Implementation and Oversight of CARES Act – June 3, 2020

Turmoil on America’s streets has become the primary focus of attention for the White House in recent days, marking a pivot away from the around-the-clock pandemic response posture that characterized the Trump Administration’s activity this spring. President Donald Trump and his top advisors are reportedly set to meet in the coming days to begin the … Continue Reading
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