This past week, CTM covered the following issues:

  • Xi's meetings with EU leaders and Premier Li's comments on trade and investment policy for 2022; a business survey about operating in China; a review of China's trade policy in 2021; and a China-led development bank pausing lending to Russia and Belarus.
  • Hong Kong applied to join the RCEP and Taiwan expressed its desire to be part of the Indo Pacific Economic Framework.
  • New U.S. legislation on China's intellectual property practice; a speech by a U.S. politician; an executive branch review of the Section 301 tariffs; and a CFIUS review of a Chinese investment.
  • Composition of a WTO panel examining Chinese anti-dumping measures.
  • Two moves in Norway and the United States related to labor rights.
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