This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • Ministry of Commerce imposes sanctions on two U.S. defense companies; starts an expiry review of anti-dumping measures on Indian chemicals
  • Customs Tariff Commission extends tariffs exclusions on some U.S. goods
  • Top officials meet with Cambodian Prime Minister
  • Local governments announce major investments in 2023

In the U.S.:

  • Michigan announces Ford investment that uses CATL technology; U.S. Senator calls for CFIUS review of deal
  • Legislation introduced to ban TikTok and to prevent China being treated as a developing country in international organizations
  • Congressional hearing discusses Chinese economic coercion
  • Senators press SHEIN on forced labor
  • Commerce Department sanctions six Chinese companies
  • Deputy Secretary of State comments on China-U.S. trade issues
  • Court decision on FCC's revocation of China Telecom's authority to operate

In Australia:

  • Australian trade minister gives several interviews expressing hope for improvements in Australia-China trade relationship
  • Chinese-made security cameras found in Australian government offices to be removed

At the WTO:

  • China files revised version of WTO consultations request in the dispute over U.S. semiconductor restrictions
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