WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate voted to confirm longtime Senate lawyer Jayme White as deputy U.S. Trade Representative on Wednesday, adding firepower to the federal trade agency as it takes on a host of issues from addressing China’s state-driven trade practices to easing tensions with the European Union.
White was the Senate Finance Committee’s chief trade advisor. He has been involved in nearly all major issues and legislation in the Senate for over 20 years and vowed to “robust monitor” compliance with the U.S. EU agreement regarding aircraft subsidies.
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