This past week's CTM pieces covered WTO disputes involving China at various stages of the dispute settlement process; new Chinese government rules on gene-editing and GMOs, and China's trade and investment policies in 2022; a new U.S. bill targeting China's censorship, new U.S. sanctions, discussions of U.S. agriculture issues, and a solicitation of public input on U.S. import rules related to forced labor in China; a new EU anti-dumping determination, and discussions within the EU on forced labor, the anti-coercion instrument and trade priorities; and an international arbitration claim filed by Huawei against the Swedish government.

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