Trade Bill Progresses
- PIVOTAL EVENTS IN CONGRESS. // National Journal;9/23/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 39, p2962
Presents updates on the United States Congress as of September 23, 2000. Status of the legislation granting U.S. permanent normal trade relations to China; Decision of Republican congressional leaders to send rank-and-file members home to campaign; Action of the White House on the proposal to...
- Who Voted for Normal Trade Relations? // Insight on the News;09/06/99, Vol. 15 Issue 33, p22
Presents the names of legislators in the two chambers of the United States Congress who voted to renew the trading relations with China despite allegations of nuclear technology espionage against China. Party affiliation of the legislators; Committees they head or of which they are members.
- Action Re Treaty Negotiations In The 91[supST] & 92[supND] Congresses. // Congressional Digest;Nov72, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p267
Focuses on the role of the U.S. Congress in the treaty negotiation between the U.S. and the Republic of Panama from 1964 to 1967 concerning operation of the Panama Canal. Prevalence of formal legislative hearings for the Canal Zone issue; Names of the committees at the Senate involved in the...
- House Rejects Joint Resolution 50 Which Would Have Put Adverse Impact On U.S. Insurers Investments In China. // Insurance Advocate;7/28/2001, Vol. 112 Issue 29, p5
Reports that the United States (U.S.) House of Representatives rejected a resolution that would have disapproved the waiver required to maintain normal trade relations between the U.S. and China. Impact of the resolution, if passed, on U.S. insurers' investments in China; Why Robert A. Vagley,...
- Bill that would halt China MFN hits snag. Barrett, Joyce // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;6/26/1998, Vol. 175 Issue 122, p2
Reports on the status of a United States (US) House bill seeking to withhold China's most-favored-nation (MFN) trade status with the US. Plan to extend the MFN; Reason for the objections to the MFN; Concern about China's policies.
- Senate Votes PNTR for Red China. // Human Events;09/29/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 35, p27
Announces that the United States Senate approved the bill granting Permanent Normal Trade Relations status to the People's Republic of China. Highlights on the bill; Votes on the bill; Comments from legislators.
- Ban On Mexican Trucks A Setback For U.S.-Mexican Trade, NAFTA. Griswold, Daniel T. // Business Journal (Central New York);7/6/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 27, p18
Reports on the vote of the United States (U.S.) House to keep Mexican-owned trucks off U.S. highways as of July 6, 2001. Rules on the delivery of goods for both countries; Opponents of Mexican trucks; Amount sought by the U.S. government for border inspection facilities; Implications of the ban...
- Back-door diplomacy: where does it lead? Holt, Pat M. // Christian Science Monitor;5/6/99, Vol. 91 Issue 112, p11
Offers opinions on economic relations between members of the United States Congress and officials of foreign governments. The example of a Colombian police commander's request to United States House Speaker Dennis Hastert for money for his part of the war on drugs; Anger of the US State...
- Congress alters Asian policy. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;Feb95, p8
Reports that political analysts' expects the US Congress to adopt an aggressive approach to Asian trade and aid, especially towards the Communist regimes of China and North Korea.