SEC Adds 12 Companies for Delisting, Reaching 140 in Total

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently added another 12 companies to its list of companies that fail to comply with U.S. auditing requirements and are therefore subject to possible delisting.

U.S.-EU TTC Meeting Touches on Competition with China

On May 15 and 16 in France, the United States and the European Union held their second round of ministerial meetings as part of the Trade and Technology Council (TTC), to "advance Transatlantic cooperation and democratic approaches to trade, technology, and security that deliver for people on both sides of

Canadian Senate Debates Bill that Would Ban Goods from Xinjiang

As we reported last November, Canadian Senator Leo Housakos of the opposition Conservative party introduced a bill to amend the Customs Tariff so as to prohibit the importation of goods manufactured in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China. Last week, the Canadian Senate debated the bill as part of

Chinese Officials Say Government Will Boost Digital Economy

During a recent meeting on the digital economy at the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), Chinese Vice Premier Liu He said the government will support the development of the digital economy and the listing of tech companies both domestically and abroad. Other members of the CPPCC also offered opinions

Foreign Investment in China Grows Steadily, Says MOFCOM

April data released by China's Ministry of Commerce shows that foreign investment in China grew steadily between January and April this year. In the meantime, however, a negative forecast for foreign investment in China looms.

Chinese Investment in Corn-Milling Plant in North Dakota May Get CFIUS Scrutiny

A Chinese company's plan to build a corn-milling plant in North Dakota has led to objections from local residents and members of Congress, and could be subject to a CFIUS review in order to alleviate concerns about national security.

What Is China's Objection to U.S. Competitiveness Legislation?

In recent Senate testimony, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo suggested that China objected to certain U.S. legislation because it would improve U.S. economic competitiveness. In reality, China's concerns with this legislation are more about how the legislation is framed around the "China threat" as well as other non-economic aspects
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