This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China-U.S. relations:

  • Business surveys show pessimism among Chinese and U.S. companies for bilateral trade and investment.
  • Chinese and U.S. regulators announced a deal on audit cooperation.

In China:

  • Authorization was granted for additional imports from Brazil.
  • A Chinese official talked about cooperation on energy, agriculture and other areas with the Philippines.
  • New Chinese guidelines on security reviews for data outflows were released.

In the U.S.:

  • Export restrictions were imposed on a Belgian company attempting to sell sensitive technology to Chinese entities.
  • Approval was granted for an acquisition of a U.S.-based semiconductor IP developer.
  • The USITC released a report that touches on various China trade issues.
  • USTR is soliciting comments on its review of China's WTO compliance.
  • A federal judge allowed most claims in Hytera's antitrust lawsuit against Motorola to go forward.

In the rest of the world:

  • Prospects for Chinese mining of lithium in Mexico and Afghanistan.
  • An Australian Senator pressed Didi on privacy issues.
  • A WTO dispute brought by Canada against Chinese restrictions on canola seeds has been suspended; a WTO panel hearing Australia's complaint about Chinese wine tariffs announced the timing of the issuance of its report.
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