China-US Relations

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MOFCOM: There Is No "Overcapacity" in Green Energy

At a press conference last week, the spokesperson for China's Ministry of Commerce rejected the concerns about overcapacity in the new energy sector. Instead, he stated, there is a "storage of capacity" to meet the growing demand.

U.S. Trade Rep. Tai Offers Thoughts on Chinese Overcapacity, Section 301 Tariffs

In a recent CNN interview, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai offered a number of comments on China trade issues, including overcapacity, the current Section 301 tariffs, and former President Trump's proposed tariffs on China.

MOFCOM Pushes Back on U.S. Section 301 Investigation and Tariffs

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) voiced "firm opposition" against a new Section 301 investigation on Chinese shipbuilding and other sectors, and also against President Biden's calls for raising tariffs on Chinese metal imports, labelling them a violation of international trade rules and vowing to take

China Targets U.S. Chips in Telecoms

A recent report reveals that China is phasing out U.S. chips in its telecom system, a move likely driven by the broader U.S.-China technology rivalry, as both sides seek to bolster the security of their technology supply chains.

China's Stance on Industrial Overcapacity

In response to U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's discussion of Chinese industrial overcapacity last week, Vice Finance Minister Liao Min pushed back against Yellen's comments in a press conference. His responses suggest that there is disagreement between the two sides on the scope and seriousness

At Press Conference, Yellen Elaborates on Biden Administration Approach to Chinese Overcapacity

At a press conference on Monday, several reporters pressed U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on the Biden administration's strategy for addressing Chinese industrial overcapacity, in light of her comments about the issue during her visit to China.

First Meeting of China-U.S. Commercial Issues Working Group

Last week, Chinese MOFCOM officials led by vice minister Wang Shouwen visited the United States for the first vice-ministerial meeting of the bilateral Commercial Issues Working Group, a communication mechanism created last year.
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