This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • High level official exchanges with the United States, Pakistan and Vietnam
  • Allowing imports of aquatic imports from Nicaragua and plant imports from Laos
  • Decisions on trade remedies for imports from India, South Korea, Thailand, and Malaysia
  • 2022 version of the Catalog of Encouraged Industries for Foreign Investment issued

In the United States:

  • Congressman pushes Biden administration on its implementation of export controls for semiconductors and supercomputers.
  • Administration officials discuss Chinese scanning equipment being used at the Mexico-U.S. border and the recent decision related to export controls on China
  • USTR posts advance version of questions for Section 301 review
  • Think tank report on federal and state procurement of tech equipment

In the rest of the world:

  • EU anti-dumping decisions on Chinese imports
  • Canada ordered divestiture of investments by three Chinese companies in Canadian critical mineral companies
  • At WTO meetings, China raised concerns about recent U.S. legislation involving industrial subsidies, and expressed concerns about overuse of safeguard measures
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