Chinese Courts and Rulings
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China Extends Anti-Dumping Duties on Rubber Imports
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) recently extended the anti-dumping measures imposed on chloroprene rubber from the European Union, Japan and the United States.
China Cyber Office: Micron Fails Cyber Review
In a decision reached by China's Cybersecurity Review Office (CRO) on a cybersecurity review of U.S. semiconductor producer Micron Technology, the CRO has for the first time found that a company failed to pass a review, as Micron products pose "a major security risk to the supply chain of
Egyptian Port Project Now Under Chinese Antitrust Review
The Chinese antitrust agency is now conducting an anti-monopoly review on an Egyptian joint venture in which Chinese shipping company COSCO has a share.
Chinese Court Fines Tesla Over 1.5 Million Yuan for Fraudulent Sale
Last week, the Beijing High People's Court issued a final ruling on a civil case brought against Tesla for a fraudulent sale. The Court sustained the rulings of the lower courts, which ordered Tesla to refund 379,700 yuan to the consumer, and pay 1.14 million yuan in compensation.
China Launches Cybersecurity Review of Micron
Today, China's Cybersecurity Review Office (CRO) announced the launch of a cybersecurity review of U.S. semiconductor producer Micron Technology. Under the review, Micron products will be evaluated on whether they pose risks from supply chain disruptions because of political and diplomatic factors, data breaches, or risks to critical information
China Resumes Some Fish Imports from Taiwan
China announced that it will resume some fish imports from Taiwan, a first step in the thawing of economic relations across the strait, with trade in additional products potentially restored in the near future. This came after Taiwanese fish and seafood exports to the mainland dropped 60% over the second
Debating China's Courts and Intellectual Property
A recent Wall Street Journal article on China's use of courts in the area of intellectual property protection prompted a critical response from a leading U.S. expert on Chinese intellectual property law.