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In an Executive Order issued yesterday, the Biden administration announced a series of actions to address concerns related to the security of U.S. ports, with an emphasis on the threat posed by Chinese crane operators.
In a speech hosted by the U.S-China Business Council last Thursday, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen offered remarks on China-U.S. economic relations, focusing on three issues: The foundations of the administration's China economic strategy, the progress made over the past year, and plans for the
The commerce ministers of China and the United States met last week on the sideline of APEC. While the two sides remain at odds about the national security aspects of trade and investment, they managed to agree on enhancing communication on trade secret protection, standards, as well as trade and
The Xi-Biden meeting this week in San Francisco was an important step in stabilizing bilateral relations, which have deteriorated since last year. Big announcements were made on military engagement and fentanyl production. Some trade and investment issues were also brought up at the meeting, although it is unlikely that the
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced new export control rules that target China's semiconductor and AI industry, expanding the parameters and patching "loopholes" of existing export controls on chips and manufacturing tools.
The Biden administration released an update to an advisory on Xinjiang supply chains this week and also added three more entities to the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) Entity List. The bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China expressed support for the Entity List move.