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G7 Communiqué Lays out Vision for China Economic Relations
As part of a summit that took place in Hiroshima over the past several days, the leaders of the G7 countries issued a communiqué that sets out their collective views on a number of issues connected to economic relations with China.
USITC Finds Injury, Commerce Department Finds Dumping/Subsidization for Snow Throwers from China
Last week, a U.S. trade agency issued a decision that paves the way for anti-dumping and countervailing duties to be imposed on snow throwers from China.
China Raises USMCA Investment Provision Related To Non-Market Economies at WTO Meeting
As part of the consideration by the WTO's Committee on Regional Trade Agreements of the United States - Mexico - Canada Agreement (USMCA), China asked [https://docs.wto.org/dol2fe/Pages/SS/directdoc.aspx?filename=q:/WT/REG/407-2.pdf&Open=True] the USMCA parties about a specific provision of
At WTO Committee, China Asks USMCA Parties about Non-Market Country FTA Provision
As part of the consideration by the WTO's Committee on Regional Trade Agreements of the United States - Mexico - Canada Agreement (USMCA), China asked [https://docs.wto.org/dol2fe/Pages/SS/directdoc.aspx?filename=q:/WT/REG/407-2.pdf&Open=True] the USMCA parties about the functioning of the
OECD Ministerial Meeting Brings Emphasis to Labor Rights and Non-Market Economy Issues
On October 6, the OECD Ministers issued the 2021 Ministerial Council statement [https://www.oecd.org/mcm/MCM-2021-Part-2-Final-Statement.EN.pdf] at the Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM). This years’ MCM had a theme of “Shared Values: Building a Green and Inclusive Future”. Not surprisingly, the statement emphasized “shared values” which would
U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council Statement Discusses Cooperation on Non-Market Economies
At the conclusion of the first meeting of their new "Trade and Technology Council" (TTC) today, the U.S. and the EU issued a joint statement [https://ustr.gov/about-us/policy-offices/press-office/press-releases/2021/september/us-eu-trade-and-technology-council-inaugural-joint-statement] that covers a number of issues, including one described as "Trade Policy Cooperation towards
Democratic Senators Call for Tightening FTA Rules of Origin To Limit Chinese Imports
Three U.S. Senators -- Robert P. Casey, Jr. (D-PA), Sherrod Brown (D-OH), and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) -- have called on the Biden administration to tighten up rules of origin related to U.S. trade agreements. In a recent letter [https://www.casey.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/letter_to_