This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • Chinese antitrust penalties and acquisition approvals;
  • final rules on data transfers;
  • the launch of an FTA negotiation with Nicaragua;
  • eased rules on the import of food products related to COVID concerns;
  • a Chinese company's planned purchase of a lithium miner in Argentina.

In the United States:

  • U.S. concerns about Dutch exports to China related to semiconductors;
  • Biden administration criticism of Chinese coercive influence and theft of U.S. technology;
  • a Commerce Department finding on currency undervaluation in relation to a countervailable subsidy in an administrative review;
  • an International Trade Commission report on the economic impact of foreign censorship, including in China;
  • a Congress-Executive Branch discussion of the World Bank and China;
  • Congressional pressure on enforcing the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act and on TikTok data issues.

Rest of the world:

  • TikTok data issues in Australia;
  • a UK trade remedies decision to withdraw a measure imposed on Chinese steel;
  • a UK Parliament discussion of development aid to China;
  • an EU official talking about U.S.-EU views of trade policy towards China;
  • India adding new restrictions on Huawei and ZTE.
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