CTM Weekly Newsletter

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CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues. In China: * Official efforts to stabilize foreign investment and boost trade * A debt restructuring with Ecuador, restored railway service with North Korea * Authorization of imports of aquatic products from Papua New Guinea * Chinese EV maker's investment in foreign lithium project In the

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues. In China: * International meetings with the GCC and South Korea * Launch of an expiry review of a countervailing duty and a report to the WTO on existing countervailing duties * Officials expressed concern about U.S. legislation that discriminates against Chinese products * The

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues. In China: * New rules on internet pop-ups and a proposal for harsher penalties for violations of network security. * Authorization of imports of soy protein from Brazil. * A new study of Chinese loan forgiveness. In the U.S.: * A general review of UFLPA

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues. In China: * A Xi Jinping speech on developing key technologies; * New customs data shows slowing trade; * Authorization of citrus fruit imports from Iran; * A meeting between Chinese officials and their Mexican counterparts to talk about trade and investment. In the U.S.

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues. In China-U.S. relations: * Business surveys show pessimism among Chinese and U.S. companies for bilateral trade and investment. * Chinese and U.S. regulators announced a deal on audit cooperation. In China: * Authorization was granted for additional imports from Brazil. * A Chinese

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues. In China: * Imports of pineapples from Indonesia and soybean meal from Zambia were authorized. * Loans to African countries were forgiven; a new loan for Huawei to build communications towers in the Solomon Islands was announced. * The lists of demonstration and pilot cities

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues. In China: * Trade discussions with Nepal, and easing of import barriers on agriculture products from Africa; * Rulings on patent disputes; * Publication of algorithm information submitted by major companies; * Delisting of Chinese SOEs on a U.S. stock exchange. In the U.S.
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