CTM Weekly Newsletter

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CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues: * Chinese IP law developments, Chinese IP rulings, a Ministry response to Secretary Blinken's speech, local government subsidies, a draft standard on privacy agreements, and fruit imports from Myanmar. * Enforcement of a new U.S. law on forced labor, Katherine Tai's Congressional testimony,

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues: * A Chinese government report on antitrust enforcement, a suspension of fish imports from Taiwan, and MOFCOM officials' comments on trade and investment. * A U.S. finding that Chinese rail products did not injure U.S. competitors; developments in the push to replace

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues: * Details on a Chinese summit focused on multinational companies, Chinese foreign ministry cooperation meetings with Central Asian countries, various China Customs announcements, and apps found to violate the law. * U.S. decisions on suspending trade remedy tariffs on solar panels and on

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues: * A speech by the Chinese premier about stabilizing the economy, trade talks with Switzerland and Pacific Island countries, and two Chinese Customs announcements. * Taiwan's efforts to stop talent leaving for the mainland, and Taiwanese trade talks with the EU and the U.

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues: * Chinese official meetings, agreements, and discussions with Brazil and Pacific islands countries; new customs SPS announcements; and new environmental regulations. * Statements by Biden administration officials on China trade issues, and Congressional pressure on the Biden administration on these issues. * Updates on the

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues: * Chinese IP court rulings on foreign trademarks, a Chinese antitrust investigation, Chinese foreign investment data and challenges against a Chinese government expropriation of a foreign investment, remarks by Chinese political leaders on trade issues, and Chinese objections to U.S. competitiveness legislation.

CTM Weekly Newsletter

This past week, CTM covered the following issues: * Draft Chinese laws relating to foreign investment and cybersecurity issues; Chinese SPS measures on animal products; an expiry review on anti-dumping measures; and statements by the Chinese ambassador on China-U.S. trade relations. * Proposed U.S. legislation on confronting China and on
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