Members of Congress Try To Undo Biden Administration Tariff Pause

A bipartisan group of members of Congress have introduced legislation to "roll back" a Biden administration action that suspends tariffs on solar imports from four Southeast Asian countries that are subject to an investigation into whether Chinese producers of solar products had shifted production to these countries in order to

CTM Weekly Newsletter

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

Legislation Introduced in U.S. Congress Would Restrict Chinese Purchases of Farmland

A bicameral, bipartisan group of members of Congress has introduced legislation to "protect America’s agricultural industry from improper foreign investment," with Chinese farmland purchases as a key target.

China's GATT/WTO Accession: U.S. Comments on China's Draft Protocol

In our fourth post on documents related to U.S.-China negotiations on China's accession to the GATT/WTO, we describe comments by USTR officials on a draft accession protocol presented by China.

Experts Debate Possibilities for U.S.-China Economic Cooperation

This week, the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) hosted a debate on the following proposition: "China can work with the United States to provide cooperative global economic leadership to help the world economy function effectively." Two experts made arguments for and against the proposition.

Beijing Approves More Foreign Financial Companies

The Chinese government has sped up regulatory approval on foreign financial service business in recent months, after an official vowed last year to do more to "attract more outstanding international companies and talents to China's capital market."

European Parliament Meeting Addresses Taiwan Trade Issues

At a meeting of the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade this week, members of Parliament, the EU Trade Commissioner, and a representative of the European Council all weighed in on EU-Taiwan trade and investment issues.
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