Chinese Citizens Sue Florida Over Real Estate Purchase Law
A new lawsuit in U.S. federal court challenges a Florida law that restricts real estate purchases from several nations, but is particularly harsh with respect to people from China.
MOFCOM Comments on Japan Export Controls and US-Taiwan Trade Deal
MOFCOM spokesperson expressed "firm opposition" against both.
Members of Congress Press Biden Administration on Chinese Cargo Cranes
Chinese cargo cranes in U.S. ports are the latest area of concern for American politicians worried about Chinese spying.
Montana Bans TikTok; TikTok and Influencers Sue
The state of Montana passed a law last week banning TikTok, which is owned by Chinese company ByteDance, from being downloaded within its borders. TikTok and others have now filed lawsuits challenging this ban in U.S. court.
China Extends Anti-Dumping Duties on Rubber Imports
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) recently extended the anti-dumping measures imposed on chloroprene rubber from the European Union, Japan and the United States.
U.S. House Committee Examines Export Controls, Focusing on China
Recently, the Subcommittee on Oversight & Accountability of the House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing on "U.S. Export Controls in an Era of Strategic Competition." The Subcommittee was examining the implementation and enforcement of U.S. export controls "as part of the Committee's 90 day review of the Department
China Cyber Office: Micron Fails Cyber Review
In a decision reached by China's Cybersecurity Review Office (CRO) on a cybersecurity review of U.S. semiconductor producer Micron Technology, the CRO has for the first time found that a company failed to pass a review, as Micron products pose "a major security risk to the supply chain of