China-US Relations

Total 11 Posts

China’s Reaction to Recent Statements by U.S. Officials on U.S.-China Trade Relations

As we reported last week, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai’s recent speech on U.S. trade policy towards China did not reveal many details about the administration’s plans. The absence of new information has contributed to a mixed reaction from Chinese officials, scholars and media. At an

China Again Extends Tariff Exemptions for U.S. Goods

On September 16, China’s Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council announced on its website that China will extend tariff exemptions for 81 products imported from the United States by seven months. This is the fifth time that China has extended tariff exemptions for U.S. goods. In the

Multilateral Cooperation on Export Controls Is Priority, U.S. Commerce Official Says

During a hearing at the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission on September 8, a U.S. Commerce Department official said that multilateral cooperation is more important than unilateral use of export controls, especially in the context of the “foreign direct product rule.” Speaking on the Administration Views

Ambassador Qin Gang's First Speech on US-China Relations

Qin Gang, the new Chinese Ambassador to the United States, gave a speech at an August 31 event held by the National Committee on US-China Relations. It was characterized by one U.S. publication as a "wolf warrior"-style speech, but looking at the speech as a whole, it can

Biden’s New Executive Order Could Mean More U.S.-China Competition in Electric Vehicles

On August 5, President Biden issued an “Executive Order on Strengthening American Leadership in Clean Cars and Trucks,” making a push for electric vehicles (EVs) in the United States. While some Chinese firms may see this policy as benefiting Chinese companies who are part of the EV supply chain, the

Gina Raimondo on Xi's CCP Speech and Human Rights

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo was on CNBC's Closing Bell yesterday. The CNBC hosts asked her about a number of topics, including China. In their China questions, they brought up sensitive subjects such as 1) President Xi's recent aggressive rhetoric and 2) the appropriate U.S. response to

Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman on U.S.-China Relations

At a June 9 event held by the German Marshall Fund, Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman provided a useful articulation of the Biden administration's view of relations with China. She criticized Chinese government actions related to security, values, and intellectual property, but also made clear that the administration hopes
You've successfully subscribed to China Trade Monitor
Great! Next, complete checkout for full access to China Trade Monitor
Welcome back! You've successfully signed in.
Unable to sign you in. Please try again.
Success! Your account is fully activated, you now have access to all content.
Error! Stripe checkout failed.
Success! Your billing info is updated.
Error! Billing info update failed.