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At the September 27 DSB meeting, China and the United States discussed the U.S. - Photovoltaic Safeguards (DS562) panel report. The case involves Chinese claims against a 2018 U.S. safeguard measure on crystalline silicon photovoltaic products. The WTO panel rejected various claims that the U.S. safeguard measure
During a recent webinar hosted at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), several academic China trade policy experts discussed, among other things, how the economic conflict between China and the West is rooted in different political and economic models, and how resolving the conflict will require a better understanding
On July 28, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on "U.S. Trade and Investment in Africa." Several of the remarks and questions focused on China's role in African trade and investment, and how the United States should respond. Witnesses at the hearing called for more U.S.
On July 27, the UK think tank Policy Exchange hosted an event on "Strategic Trade" with former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (currently an adviser to the UK Board of Trade) giving the main remarks, and UK Trade Minister Elizabeth Truss participating in the Q & A that followed. In
Congressional Discussion of the Effectiveness of Section 307 against Imports of Goods from China Made with Forced Labor
On July 21, the House Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee held a hearing on "The Global Challenge of Forced Labor in Supply Chains: Strengthening Enforcement and Protecting Workers." Among the many issues discussed at the hearing related to forced labor in various countries, one of the issues that came up
On July 20, the House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing on “U.S.-European Cooperation on China and the Broader Indo-Pacific.” Members of two subcommittees made statements and asked questions to four expert witnesses, covering a wide range of issues related to potential U.S.-EU cooperation in this
Last week, there was discussion in both the UK and European Parliaments of a possible "diplomatic boycott" of the Beijing Olympics in 2022. Parliamentary leaders are not the ones making the final decision on this issue, but nevertheless the views of legislators could have an impact and are worth noting.