This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • Extensions of anti-dumping/countervailing duties on U.S. grains
  • Authorization of seafood imports from Comoros
  • Call between foreign minsters of China and Japan
  • Part II of interview with Scott Kennedy of CSIS about China's policies in the context of China-U.S. relations

In the U.S.:

  • Various developments related to regulation of TikTok
  • USTR report on IP violations
  • New concerns about Chinese investment in North Dakota
  • New export controls and sanctions on Chinese firms
  • Legislation introduced to revoke permanent normal trade relations with China and to roll back the Biden administration's tariff pause on solar imports
  • District court ruling against motion to dismiss lawsuit by Chinese company to enforce an international investment arbitration award

At the WTO:

  • U.S. appeals of WTO panel reports in disputes with a connection to China; establishment of two panels in disputes brought by EU against China
  • Fifth CTM post on documents related to U.S.-China negotiations on China's accession to the GATT/WTO
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