This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • Tariff exclusions on U.S. products and food import approvals from ASEAN countries
  • High-level meetings with Mongolia on trade cooperation
  • MOFCOM comments on U.S. trade restrictions
  • Draft revision of competition rules
  • November data on manufacturing and services raising concerns about economy

In the United States:

  • Congressional letter to TikTok, hearing on digital trade policy that touched on TikTok, and legislative proposals to limit purchases of Chinese-made semiconductors
  • Commerce Secretary speech on U.S. competitiveness and the China challenge; Commerce official's speech on export controls
  • New FCC rules excluding Chinese telecom products
  • Treasury Department report on currency manipulation
  • Think tank report proposing expansion of Section 337 to target Chinese trade practices

In the rest of the world:

  • UK restrictions on Chinese-made surveillance equipment
  • UK Parliament discussion of blocked Chinese purchase of Wales-based semiconductor company
  • Canadian announcement of its Indo-Pacific strategy
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