This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • Official efforts to stabilize foreign investment and boost trade
  • A debt restructuring with Ecuador, restored railway service with North Korea
  • Authorization of imports of aquatic products from Papua New Guinea
  • Chinese EV maker's investment in foreign lithium project

In the U.S.:

  • Investigation leads to decision not to impose tariffs on neodymium magnets
  • Outbound investment screening discussions heat up
  • Congressional pressure on loan to lithium miner that has ties to Chinese company
  • More concerns raised about Chinese company's investment in North Dakota land
  • Allegations that Amazon is dealing with Chinese companies in violation of the law
  • State laws banning procurement from Chinese government-linked companies are proliferating

In the rest of the world:

  • Canadian Prime Minister talks about Canada-China relations
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