Indo-Pacific Economic Framework / Strategy

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Canada Launches Indo-Pacific Strategy, With Eyes on China

On Sunday, Canada announced its new Indo-Pacific strategy. As part of this strategy, Canada outlined its thinking on relations with China, which will involve challenging China on some issues while cooperating with China on other issues.

European Parliament Holds Hearing on Indo-Pacific Trade Relations

Last week, the European Parliament held a hearing on EU - Indo-Pacific trade relations, during which China trade issues came up several times.

Proposed Legislation Would Promote More Funding for U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy

Two members of Congress have introduced bipartisan legislation designed "to strengthen United States diplomatic and aid presence in the Indo-Pacific" in order to counter the influence of China in the region.

Process for U.S.-Led Indo-Pacific Economic Framework Launched; China Warns of "Supply Chain Crisis"; Countries Likely to Engage with Both

The United States and a dozen countries in the Indo-Pacific region officially launched "the process to establish the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity" (IPEF) today. Among other things, the framework covers digital rules, labor and environmental standards, and supply chain efforts. At this point in time, the prospects

Taiwan Will Not Be Part of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, For Now

As the U.S.-led Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF), an initiative of the Biden administration to counter China's influence in the Indo-Pacific region, is under development, there has been a question about whether Taiwan will be part of it. White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said today

Bipartisan Group of U.S. Senators Calls for Taiwan's Inclusion in Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

In advance of the Biden administration's expected launch of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) next week, a bipartisan group of 52 Senators sent a letter to President Biden yesterday calling for the inclusion of Taiwan in the IPEF.

Katherine Tai Comments on U.S.-China Relationship, Tariffs on China, IPEF

At an event hosted by the Milken Institute on Monday, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai responded to questions related to the U.S.-China trade relationship in general, and on the U.S. Section 301 tariffs on China in the context of concerns about inflation. She also talked about
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