Huan Zhu

MOFCOM Comments on Australian Wine, Graphite Export Controls, China-Japan-South Korea Trade Talks

At today's press conference, the spokesperson for China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) confirmed that a review of the anti-dumping and countervailing duties on Australian wine has begun, and also commented on the status of license applications for graphite exports, for which the new rules are coming into force tomorrow, and

Lithuania's Exports to China Recover To Some Extent

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said in a recent interview that "most of the economic pressure measures [from Beijing] against Lithuania have been lifted." A deeper dive into its trade data with China indicates that while there has been a partial recovery from the trade disruptions of last year, trade

Beijing Approves Broadcom Acquisition with Strings Attached

Last week, the Chinese market regulator conditionally approved Broadcom's US$69 billion acquisition of software vendor VMware. The reasoning and conditions are summarized below.

China, Uruguay Sign Deals on Trade and Investment, Agree to Work on FTA

Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou and four ministers finished a state visit to China last week. During the meetings, the two governments signed over 20 deals on the Belt and Road Initiative, trade, and investment.

China, Japan, South Korea Want More Cooperation on Trade

The foreign ministers of China, Japan and South Korea met today for the first trilateral meeting since 2019 to advance cooperation in six areas, including economy and trade. The Chinese foreign minister also called for the restart of trilateral trade talks, as its trade with the two neighboring countries is

Beijing Approves Micron's Acquisition Plan

Earlier this month, China's market regulator approved U.S. semiconductor firm Micron's acquisition of a packaging and testing firm in China, part of the company's plan to expand investment in China.

Rundown on China-US Trade Ministers Meeting

The commerce ministers of China and the United States met last week on the sideline of APEC. While the two sides remain at odds about the national security aspects of trade and investment, they managed to agree on enhancing communication on trade secret protection, standards, as well as trade and
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