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At two recent WTO meetings for which the minutes have now been circulated, a number of issues related to China trade were raised by other Members against China, including regulations on cosmetics and food imports, and also by China in relation to other Members, such as export controls and 5G
China’s Ministry of Finance (MOF) has issued proposed revisions to its Government Procurement Law (GPL) that extend the provisions to some state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and could pave the way for joining international agreements.
China's Customs announced that it is now allowing imports of peanuts from Brazil, effective immediately.
China's Customs agency and health authorities recently announced that they will lift COVID test requirements on some imports and abolish the practice of emergency import suspension when goods have tested positive for COVID. This change addresses an issue that trading partners, including the United States, have complained about in the
The Chinese market regulator punished Softbank, Bombardier Transportation Sweden, Alibaba, Tencent and many other companies for violating the declaration requirement in antitrust laws.
On July 7, China's Cybersecurity watchdog issued the finalized version of a long awaited regulation that could have a huge impact on cross border data transfers. The new regulation will be effective on September 1.
Recently the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) issued a draft regulation on standard contracts related to personal information exports. CAC is now soliciting comments on the draft until July 29.