This past week, CTM covered the following issues:

  • A Chinese government report on antitrust enforcement, a suspension of fish imports from Taiwan, and MOFCOM officials' comments on trade and investment.
  • A U.S. finding that Chinese rail products did not injure U.S. competitors; developments in the push to replace Chinese telecom products in U.S. networks; the latest Treasury Department finding on currency manipulation; proposed legislation on oil exports to China and restrictions on transactions in the Xinjiang region; comments by members of Congress and business leaders on U.S.-China trade issues.
  • Comments by the Australian Prime Minister on Australia-China trade issues.
  • Developments on China's exclusion from an IP waiver on vaccine patents at the WTO's Ministerial Conference.
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