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This past week, CTM covered the following issues. In China: * Anti-dumping investigation of EU pork initiated * MOFCOM criticism of EU anti-subsidy investigation of Chinese EVs In the U.S.: * Additions to UFLPA Entity List, and sanctions on Chinese entities with

EU's EV Investigation Asked for "Unprecedented" Information, MOFCOM Says

China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) has criticized the European Commission for requesting an

Ontario Premier Calls for Tariffs on Chinese EVs

In Canada, the debate over matching the 100% tariffs recently imposed by the Biden administration

UK-China Tensions Rise as China Denounces UK Sanctions

Last week, the British government imposed a new round of sanctions against Russia's

U.S. House China Committee Leaders Push on Chinese Drones, Agricultural Land Purchases

With a new Republican leader in place, members of the U.S. House Select Committee

Türkiye Imposes 40% Tariff on Chinese Autos; China Says It Violates WTO

Starting in July, Türkiye will extend the 40% additional tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles to

Australia and China Announce Implementation Period in WTO Anti-Dumping Dispute

Australia and China have announced an agreement on the reasonable period of time for Australia

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WTO & Trade Agreements

China and New Zealand Kick off Services Negotiations

Today, China and New Zealand announced the launch of negotiations on services trade. They also signed documents to facilitate trade in infant formula and kiwiberry.

China Submits Suggestions to WTO on Addressing Trade and Climate Measures

In a communication to the WTO's Committee on Trade and Environment (CTE) last week, China made a number of suggestions for "advancing multilateral discussions of Trade-related Climate

China-Japan-South Korea Trilateral Meeting Focuses on Trade and Supply Chains

A trilateral meeting among Chinese Premier Li Qiang, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol led to an agreement to elevate negotiations on a trilateral free

China-Serbia FTA To Take Effect in July

During Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit to Serbia last week, the two governments announced that their bilateral trade agreement will enter into force on July 1, covering



Chinese Laws & Cases

New Chinese SPS Announcements for Food Imports in May 2024

Several high-profile state visits in May 2024 have led to a series of new sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) documents published by China's General Administration of Customs (GACC) last

China Adds Aerospace Items to Export Control List

Today, China's Ministry of Commerce, China’s General Administration of Customs, and the Central Military Commission’s equipment development department jointly announced a decision to add certain equipment,

China Sanctions U.S. Military Firms and Managers

On May 22, China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) announced that it would sanction twelve U.S. defense companies, including several units of General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin,

Beijing Sanctions Former Chairman of U.S. House China Committee

Yesterday, China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) sanctioned former Republican Congressman and former chairman of the Select Committee on the CCP Mike Gallagher for interfering in China'

Foreign Laws & Cases

EU Court Advocate General Issues Opinion on Cross-Border Subsidies Case

In an opinion issued last week, Advocate General Tamara Ćapeta of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) concluded that the European Commission's treatment of cross-border

Members of Congress Propose Tariffs on Autos, Drones

Last week, a U.S. Senator called for additional tariffs on Chinese automobiles, and members of Congress introduced legislation that would impose tariffs on Chinese drones.

Hesai Files Lawsuit against Inclusion on Defense Department Blacklist

Hesai Technology, an electronics company headquartered in Shanghai, has filed a federal complaint against the U.S. Department of Defense in order to get itself taken off a blacklist of

U.S. Court Rejects Government Motion To Dismiss Solar Circumvention Case

In an opinion issued last Thursday, a U.S. Court of International Trade judge rejected the U.S. government's motion to dismiss a complaint brought by two U.

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