Chinese Economic Coercion
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A U.S. government body has issued a report on China's economic coercion against several U.S. companies in response to actions they took related to sourcing of products.
Two events today discussed the problem of trade coercion. The first, entitled "Responding to Trade Coercion: A Growing Threat to the Global Trading System," was put on by the Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI) and the Perth USAsia Centre, and talked about responses to trade coercion generally, on the basis
A new bipartisan bill (H.R. 5580) introduced on October 15 in the U.S. House of Representatives by Ami Bera (D-CA), Ann Wagner (R-MO), and five co-sponsors would establish an interagency task force "to respond to People’s Republic of China coercive economic measures." The task force will submit
U.S. Solar Companies Argue that Chinese Economic Coercion Justifies Keeping Identities Secret in AD/CVD Proceeding
As we described here, on August 16 a group of U.S. companies called the American Solar Manufacturers Against Chinese Circumvention (A-SMACC) filed anti-circumvention petitions related to AD/CVD orders that had been imposed in December 2012 on photovoltaic cells from China. The petitions relate to imports from Malaysia, Thailand,
The official announcement from Norges Bank is here. It states in part: Today, the Ministry of Finance has approved the request of Deputy Governor Jon Nicolaisen to relinquish his post effective immediately because he has not received a renewed security clearance from the Norwegian Civil Security Clearance Authority. “The Norwegian