This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • Recent regulatory approvals for foreign financial businesses
  • Expert remarks on the key pieces of Chinese legislation on cyber and data, as well as the current status of China's data governance

In the U.S.:

  • Legislation to "protect America’s agricultural industry from improper foreign investment," with Chinese farmland purchases as a key target

Between China and the U.S.:

  • U.S. and Chinese governments sparred over Zambian debt held by China
  • CTM talked to a CSIS expert on China-U.S. trade relations
  • CSIS hosted a debate on the possibility of China-U.S. cooperative global economic leadership

In Europe:

  • European Parliament meeting discussed EU-Taiwan economic relations with Commission and Council representatives
  • European Commission decision extending anti-dumping measures on aluminum road wheels from China
  • British judge ruled against a claim by human rights groups that UK government was not taking appropriate action to address concerns about products made in Xinjiang with forced labor

In Australia

  • Meetings between Chinese and Australian trade officials last week may have helped with the recent thaw in China-Australia trade relations

At the WTO:

  • U.S. provided responses to China's questions about two major U.S. subsidy measures
  • Fourth CTM post on documents related to U.S.-China negotiations on China's accession to the GATT/WTO
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