This past week, CTM covered the following issues:

  • Chinese IP law developments, Chinese IP rulings, a Ministry response to Secretary Blinken's speech, local government subsidies, a draft standard on privacy agreements, and fruit imports from Myanmar.
  • Enforcement of a new U.S. law on forced labor, Katherine Tai's Congressional testimony, and proposed U.S. legislation on rare earths, funding for the Indo-Pacific, Taiwan, and local content for U.S. flags.
  • UK efforts to remove a Chinese investor from a planned nuclear facility, and Parliamentary discussions of Chinese surveillance equipment.
  • Implications of the new WTO fisheries subsidies agreement.
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