China-US Relations

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U.S. Trade Rep. Tai Speaks about China Meeting, State Investment Restrictions

In an interview last week on American broadcaster PBS (Public Broadcasting Service), U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai spoke with author and journalist Walter Isaacson about a number of trade issues, including her upcoming meeting with her Chinese counterpart and her reaction to restrictions imposed by certain U.S. states

U.S. National Security Adviser Comments on China Trade Relations, Says No "Decoupling"

Biden administration National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan gave a speech today on international economic issues, touching on various China trade issues.

China Raises U.S. EV/Semiconductor Subsidies at WTO Meeting

At the November 2022 meeting of the WTO's Council for Trade in Goods, for which the minutes were recently circulated, several issues related to trade with China were raised for the first time (including U.S. subsidies on clean energy and semiconductors), and various other previously raised issues were brought

U.S. Trade Rep. Reaffirms Approach to China Trade

In a call with journalists yesterday, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai was asked two questions specifically about trade with China, and in her responses confirmed what she and others in the Biden administration have been saying: "decoupling" with China is not their goal.

Reactions to Yellen's China Speech

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's speech on the U.S. - China Economic Relationship last week raises a number of questions about its intentions and implications, and generated a wide range of reactions.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Yellen Speaks on U.S.-China Economic Relations

U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen gave a speech today at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC on the U.S. - China Economic Relationship. She did not break new ground in terms of the Biden administration's thinking, but her speech provides a

More Details on China's Sanctions on Companies Added to Unreliable Entity List

In February, China's Ministry of Commerce sanctioned two U.S. firms, Lockheed Martin Corporation and Raytheon Missiles and Defense, for their arms sales to Taiwan. Today the agency offered more specifics on the sanctions and the sanctioned executives.
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