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At a European Parliament hearing on the proposed Anti-Coercion Instrument yesterday, members asked several expert witnesses questions about its operation, and one topic covered was how it would be applied to China, with law professor Henry Gao offering his views on this topic.
In response to concerns about Chinese restrictions on trade with Lithuania, which resulted from Lithuanian actions related to Taiwan, the EU has now filed a consultations request at the WTO. This piece examines the factual and legal aspects of the request, along with the EU's explanations in a press release
In a meeting of the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade yesterday, Denis Redonnet, Chief Trade Enforcement Officer for the European Commission, testified on issues related to the proposed "Anti-Coercion Instrument" under development by the European Commission. In this regard, during the meeting, various Chinese government actions were raised by