China Starts Expiry Reviews of Trade Remedies on U.S. Dried Grains

China's trade remedy bureau recently announced that it would start an expiry review of anti-dumping and countervailing duties on U.S. distiller's dried grains with or without solubles (DDGs), which had reached the end of their original period.

China Imposes AD and CV Duties on U.S. Chemicals

On January 10, China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) finalized its anti-dumping and subsidy investigations of certain U.S. chemical products, and determined the duties to be applied to imports.

Agriculture Secretary Vilsack Comments on Phase One Deal

In remarks yesterday to the the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Convention, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack offered some thoughts on China's compliance with the Phase One trade agreement and the Biden administration's approach to enforcing it going forward.

New CRS Report on Development Finance Corporation Discusses Agency's Role in "Countering China"

A new Congressional Research Service report on the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) lays out a wide range of issues for Congress related to this agency, including the DFC's role in "countering China."

China Opens Market to More Food Imports from Rwanda and Belarus

China recently announced that it would start allowing imports of Rwandan stevia and additional beef products from Belarus, starting immediately.

U.S. Again Raises Chinese Waste Import Ban in WTO Import Licensing Committee

The United States continues to press China on its restrictions on waste imports, as it has done in various WTO committees in recent years. At the October 8, 2021 meeting of the Committee on Import Licensing, for which minutes have just recently been circulated by the WTO, the United States

Chinese Copyright Agency Urges No Exclusive Copyright for Digital Music Platforms

The National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC) recently met with major music companies, copyright holding companies, and digital music platforms, and asked the relevant parties to not sign exclusive copyright licensing agreements, unless in special circumstances. This is another signal sent by the Chinese government, after it cracked down on
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