This past week, CTM covered the following issues.

In China:

  • Diplomatic ties with Honduras, new agreements with Brazil
  • High level officials' meetings with international executives
  • A new cybersecurity review of Micron
  • Reports on Chinese lending and lending to China

In the United States:

  • Congressional hearings on the Pacific Islands and the U.S. trade agenda; Congressional pressure on forced labor in auto supply chains; legislation on undersea cables passed the House, legislation introduced on World Bank lending
  • New sanctions on Chinese firms for human rights concerns
  • Counterstrategy proposed for economic coercion

In the European Union:

  • Von der Leyen speech on China-EU relations
  • Progress on anti-coercion instrument

In international disputes:

  • Analysis of Huawei vs. Sweden ISDS claim
  • WTO panel composed in EU-China IP dispute
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