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U.S.-Taiwan Trade Initiative Negotiating Mandate Released

Yesterday, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative released a "negotiating mandate" for the "U.S.-Taiwan Initiative on 21st-Century Trade." The press release from the Office of Trade Negotiation under Taiwan's Executive Yuan noted that both Taiwan and

First List of Algorithms used by Chinese Tech Companies Made Public

China's cybersecurity agency recently published a list of algorithms from a number of prominent internet

Chinese IP Regulator Rules on First Batch of Patent Disputes under New Authority

China's National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA) recently ruled on two patent infringement disputes, the first

EU Anti-Dumping Duties on Silicon from China Extended after Expiry Review

Last week, the EU issued a decision that extends existing anti-dumping duties on silicon from

Chinese Officials Talk Up Potential of Agriculture Imports from Africa

China plans to take more steps to facilitate agricultural imports from African countries, said Chinese

China Gets Ready to Import Pomegranate from Egypt

China's Customs agency recently announced that it will start allowing imports of fresh pomegranate from

Measures and Trade Concerns Related to China Discussed at March 2022 TBT Committee Meeting

At the meeting of the WTO’s Committee on Technical Barriers to Trade held on

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WTO & Trade Agreements

Measures and Trade Concerns Related to China Discussed at March 2022 TBT Committee Meeting

At the meeting of the WTO’s Committee on Technical Barriers to Trade held on March 8-9, 2022, a number of WTO Members raised “specific trade concerns” (STCs) about particular

WTO Services Trade Meeting Sees Several China Trade Issues Raised Again

At a WTO meeting of the Council for Trade in Services on May 16, 2022, several trade issues involving China that had been raised previously were on the agenda again.

China Trade Issues Discussed at Two Recent WTO Meetings

At two recent WTO meetings for which the minutes have now been circulated, a number of issues related to China trade were raised by other Members against China, including regulations

U.S. Reiterates Concerns over Chinese Covid and Overseas Food Regulation Measures

In recent submissions at a WTO Committee, the United States has reiterated some of its previously raised concerns about specific Chinese food regulations.



Chinese Laws & Cases

First List of Algorithms used by Chinese Tech Companies Made Public

China's cybersecurity agency recently published a list of algorithms from a number of prominent internet companies. This is part of the implementation of the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) measures

Chinese IP Regulator Rules on First Batch of Patent Disputes under New Authority

China's National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA) recently ruled on two patent infringement disputes, the first of its kind under the agency's new authority to review major patent disputes.

China Gets Ready to Import Pomegranate from Egypt

China's Customs agency recently announced that it will start allowing imports of fresh pomegranate from Egypt.

China Begins to Sell Pears to Ecuador

China's Customs agency recently set out guidelines for its exporters to sell fresh pears to Ecuador.

Foreign Laws & Cases

U.S. Adds Four Technologies to Control List, Impact on China Expected

U.S. export control officials added four emerging technologies to the control list through an interim final rule, the latest move that will create hurdles for the Chinese semiconductor industry.

China Criticizes U.S. CHIPS Act, Questioning WTO-Consistency

As President Biden signed the CHIPS Act of 2022 yesterday, Chinese government officials and trade associations expressed their opposition to specific aspects of the law, calling it an example of

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Announces Publication of Uyghur Forced Labor Entity List, Details for Revisions

A U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) notice that was published today sets out a list of entities subject to a rebuttable presumption that the goods they mine, produce,

Senate Legislation Introduced to Prevent Members of CCP from Buying U.S. Land

Two Republican Senators have introduced legislation that would prohibit members of the Chinese Communist Party from purchasing land in the United States.

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