The Biden administration reportedly hopes that Katherine Tai, its nominee for United States Trade Representative, will help bridge the      Democratic Party’s varying views on trade, as well as help to restore alliances strained under the Trump administration. She would likely take charge of decisions regarding the tariffs imposed on foreign products by the previous administration. In a statement for her Senate confirmation hearing, she indicated that her first priority would be to help American communities emerge from the pandemic and economic crisis, followed by efforts to enforce the terms of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, rebuild international alliances, and address China’s unfair trade practices.

WineAmerica’s report on U.S. vineyard acreage survey

30-01-2023 | News

WineAmerica, the National Association of American Wineries, reported progress in a vineyard acreage...

United States: Heavy rains aided California’s wine sector

30-01-2023 | News

Recent storms in California caused about $30 billion in damage to...

Australia–China: Trade ministers to meet re trade restrictions on Australian products

30-01-2023 | News

Following an exchange between Australian and Chinese trade officials attending...

United Kingdom, wine/spirits sectors seek help with mandatory glass recycling costs

05-01-2023 | News

Wine and spirits businesses are seeking help from the UK government regarding...

Putin approves measures to develop viticulture and winemaking in Russia

05-01-2023 | News

President Putting has reportedly instructed the Russian government to implement a long-term...

Japan proposes recognition of nine additional GIs for UK alcohol beverages

05-01-2023 | News

Japan’s National Tax Agency (NTA) has proposed nine new geographical indications (GIs)...

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