This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In the United States:

  • Proposed legislation to enhance ties with Taiwan
  • White House releases its National Security Strategy
  • Biden administration ratchets up export controls related to advanced chips and supercomputers
  • Additional Chinese companies added to U.S. government blacklists
  • USTR announces next steps on Section 301 tariffs
  • U.S. Trade Representative Tai offers comments on China trade issues at several events

In China:

  • China's customs agency starts allowing imports of rapeseed meal and soybean meal from Belarus
  • Some city governments open tourism and elderly care to foreign investment

In the rest of the world:

  • EU Trade Commissioner comments on China trade
  • European Parliament meeting on EU trade defense instruments discusses China trade
  • Australian Trade Minister comments on China trade issues
  • Chinese mining company brings ISDS lawsuit against the Ecuadorian government
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