Chinese Regulation

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China Approves Seafood from Comoros

Earlier this month, China's customs agency announced that it started allowing seafood from the Union of Comoros (a small country made up of three islands in southeastern Africa). The move is unlikely to change the bilateral trade patterns in the short term, and may be more important as part of

Cyber Expert Comments on China's Data Governance

Samm Sacks, a Senior Fellow at Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center and cyber policy fellow at New America, a think tank based in Washington, DC, recently made some remarks on the key pieces of Chinese legislation on cyber and data, as well as the current status of

China Lowers Tariffs on 1020 Items

Starting on January 1, the Chinese government unilaterally lowered tariffs for some imports, mainly consumer goods, medical products, and industrial materials. In addition, lower tariffs will apply to some goods as a result of international agreements that China committed to previously. Finally, the government also adjusted some export taxes.

China Finalizes Measures on Data Security in the Industry and Information Technology

A Chinese regulatory agency recently finalized the new rules on data security in the industry and information technology sectors, which will come into force next year. The rules set forth requirements for data classification, data protection and cross-border data flows.

Chinese Companies' Delisting Risk Averted for Now, Says PCAOB

Last week, a U.S. regulator announced that it has secured access to the audit records of Chinese firms, averting an imminent delisting crisis for over two hundred Chinese companies.

China Issues Plans to Expand Domestic Demand

China's State Council issued a plan to expand domestic demand over the next decade, which includes negotiating trade agreements, expanding imports, and further opening up.

China Issues Guidelines for Cattle and Tobacco Leaves from Laos

China's Customs agency recently published regulatory requirements, as part of a domestic procedure that follows up on sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) protocols signed between China and Laos, for cattle and tobacco leaves from Laos.
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