This past week CTM covered a number of pieces of U.S. legislation that would impact trade with China, letters from members of Congress on human rights and export controls, an FCC decision on China Unicom, and several administration reports and statements related to Chinese economic espionage, U.S.-China trade, and censorship; new data on BRI projects, and Chinese approval of a merger between AMD and Xilinx; Canadian discussions of 5G networks and a Chinese company's purchase of a Canadian lithium mining company; an EU anti-dumping decision; and WTO discussions of anti-dumping measures by and against China, China's subsidy notifications, and Chinese SPS measures.

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