Chinese Economic Coercion
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At Friday's meeting of the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body (DSB), panels were established in two complaints brought against China by the EU, related to allegations about China's trade restrictions imposed on Lithuania and about restrictions on EU companies going to a foreign court to protect and use their patents.
Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the annual defense spending bill, which includes a number of provisions that address various China trade and economic issues. The Senate is expected to vote on the bill this week.
Earlier this year, the EU requested consultations with China at the WTO on two separate matters, related to allegations about China's trade restrictions imposed on Lithuania and about restrictions on EU companies going to a foreign court to protect and use their patents. Today, the EU announced that consultations had
At two events today, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and EU Executive Vice-President and Commissioner for Trade Valdis Dombrovskis commented on several China trade issues.
In a new paper entitled "Fasten your seatbelts: How to manage China’s economic coercion" published by European think tank MERICS, authors Aya Adachi, Alexander Brown and Max J. Zenglein offer a number of insights into the use of economic coercion by the Chinese government and how it has affected
A U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs subcommittee held a hearing last month that focused on Chinese "Gray Zone Coercion in the Indo-Pacific."
At a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing today, U.S. Senators offered their views on, and asked Biden administration officials about, issues such as China's trade measures against Lithuania and telecoms competition around the world.