China-US Relations

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Rundown on China-US Trade Ministers Meeting

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

Economic Aspects of the Xi-Biden Meeting

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

Xi Meets with U.S. Senators

Chinese President Xi Jinping met with a bipartisan delegation from the U.S. Senate, led by Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY), yesterday, where the two sides talked about cooperation and specific issues of concern.

China Sanctions Two U.S. Defense Firms

Last week, Beijing announced that it will sanction two U.S. companies -- Northrop Grumman and a Lockheed Martin unit -- over their arms sales to Taiwan. But experts pointed out that what comes next as part of the sanctions is unclear at the moment.

U.S. House CCP Committee Leaders Comment on China-U.S. Economic Relations

At an event held by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) yesterday, the two leaders of the House Select Committee on Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party, Chairman Mike Gallagher (R-WI) and Ranking Member Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL), spoke with CFR President Mike Froman about issues

Rundown of Raimondo's China Trip Meetings and Statements

During this week's trip to China, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo discussed export controls, China's business environment and U.S.-China trade relations at meetings with Chinese officials and made additional statements in media interviews. Here are some highlights of her statements.

U.S./Chinese Commerce Ministers Meet, Agree on Mechanisms for Communication

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo is visiting China this week and meeting with her Chinese counterpart. The meeting offered both sides a chance to discuss contentious issues, including export controls, and to create four new mechanisms for communication.
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