This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • New rules on internet pop-ups and a proposal for harsher penalties for violations of network security.
  • Authorization of imports of soy protein from Brazil.
  • A new study of Chinese loan forgiveness.

In the U.S.:

  • A general review of UFLPA implementation, and concerns about imports of red dates.
  • Congressional pressure related to an audit agreement, solar panel purchases, Huawei products in cell towers, and Apple using YMTC chips.
  • A Congressional hearing on U.S.-Taiwan trade.
  • U.S. Trade Rep. Tai and a Biden administration NSC official talking about China trade and investment issues.

In the rest of the world:

  • A Lithuania-Taiwan meeting on trade cooperation.
  • Review under the USMCA of illegal Mexic0-China trade in endangered fish.
  • A European Commission report shows a slight decrease in Chinese investment.
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