MOFCOM Press Conferences

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MOFCOM Meets with Dutch Counterpart and Global CEOs

Over the past week, officials of China's Ministry of Commerce met with Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation and representatives of over 20 multinational companies. At today's press conference, MOFCOM disclosed more details about these meetings.

MOFCOM Official Discusses U.S. Trade Relations, CPTPP Accession, Australian Termination of Anti-Dumping Duty

At today's press conference, He Yadong, a spokesperson for China's Ministry of Commerce, made comments on U.S. policy on technology and chips, the progress of China's negotiations to join the CPTPP, and other trade issues.

Beijing Warns of "Necessary Measures" against TikTok Bill

At two press conferences today, Chinese government officials responded to the U.S. bill that would either force a divestment of TikTok or ban the app from the U.S. market, calling it unfair and vowing to take "all necessary measures."

Beijing Criticizes U.S. Curbs on Chinese Cars

Today, China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) criticized the U.S. for creating "obstacles" for Chinese autos to enter the U.S. market, amidst new announcements from the Biden administration that target China and Chinese automobiles.

MOFCOM Criticizes U.S. Raids on Chinese Firms

The spokesperson for China's Ministry of Commerce today criticized U.S. government raids on Chinese firms, calling it "harm[ing] Chinese companies' confidence in investing in the United States."

MOFCOM: "Completed Preliminary Discussions" on DEPA, Continue Work on CPTPP

Last Friday, top level trade officials talked about the progress of China's trade talks in 2023, including the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the Digital Economy Partnership Agreement (DEPA), and highlighted that Beijing will add more "high-standard" rules on telecommunication and government

China's Graphite Exports Drop after New Export Control Rules

With China's new export controls on graphite entering into force last December, data shows that the controls have had a significant impact on exports of natural graphite that had not been subject to export controls in the past. By contrast, the impact of the controls on artificial graphite
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