Chinese Economic Coercion

Total 25 Posts

G7 Communiqué Lays out Vision for China Economic Relations

As part of a summit that took place in Hiroshima over the past several days, the leaders of the G7 countries issued a communiqué that sets out their collective views on a number of issues connected to economic relations with China.

Panel Composed in EU's WTO Complaint against Chinese Trade Restrictions on Lithuania

A WTO panel has been composed to hear the EU's complaint that various Chinese trade restrictions imposed on Lithuania are in violation of WTO rules.

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Comments on Chinese Economic Coercion

At a Peterson Institute event today, Gabrielius Landsbergis, Lithuania's Minister of Foreign Affairs, explained the background and details of China's trade restrictions that were imposed after Lithuania allowed a Taiwanese economic office in Vilnius to be labelled with the word "Taiwan."

U.S. House Committee Holds Hearing on "Countering China’s Trade & Investment Agenda"

At a House Ways and Means trade subcommittee hearing yesterday, members of Congress and witnesses discussed general U.S. concerns about China's role in the world economy, as well as the specific issues of the "de miminis loophole," Chinese economic coercion, and the possibility of revoking China's Permanent Normal Trade

EU Announces Progress on Anti-Coercion Instrument, Chinese Actions Possible Target

Today, the European Parliament, the EU Council, and the European Commission announced a "breakthrough" on the main outstanding issues in the legislative process of the Anti-Coercion Instrument (ACI), bringing the measure closer to entry into force. Various Chinese government actions could be targeted by this measure.

U.S. Think Tank Scholars Address Chinese Economic Coercion: "Resilience and Relief" for Targeted Nations

Scholars at a U.S. think tank have proposed a counterstrategy to address Chinese economic coercion. Instead of tit-for-tat retaliation, they suggest building closer economic relationships with allies and partners, and helping them to decouple from China in strategic sectors and critical technology. At an event where the proposal was

U.S.-Lithuania Meetings Focus on China and Taiwan Economic Relations

This week, Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Gabrielius Landsbergis was in Washington, D.C. to meet with several Biden administration officials, and relations with China were a main focus.
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