This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • A Xi Jinping speech on developing key technologies;
  • New customs data shows slowing trade;
  • Authorization of citrus fruit imports from Iran;
  • A meeting between Chinese officials and their Mexican counterparts to talk about trade and investment.

In the U.S.:

  • Remarks by trade officials Raimondo and Tai on trade with China;
  • A Treasury Department letter on currency manipulation;
  • Section 301 tariffs to continue, with review to take place soon;
  • More export restrictions on semiconductors;
  • More information demanded as part of a CFIUS review of a Chinese investment;
  • A Justice Department settlement related to purchases of Chinese goods in violation of the Buy American Act.

In the rest of the world:

  • An EU Parliament hearing touched on China trade issues;
  • A Chilean constitutional referendum could have an impact on Chinese lithium investments;
  • A WTO panel on Australian trade restrictions against Chinese goods has been set up.
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