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New Law Journal Article Considers Chinese Anti-Suit Injunctions at Issue in WTO Dispute

A new article in the Journal of World Intellectual Property examines the intellectual property issues in the background of an ongoing EU-China WTO dispute.

New Working Paper Reviews China's Strategy on Critical Minerals

In a recently posted research paper, three trade law experts offered a detailed examination of China’s strategies and policies related to critical minerals, both inward and outward, arguing that they are designed to address China's internal challenges to secure supplies while ensuring sustainable development, rather than being used as

New Paper on Modernizing Chinese International Investment Agreements

In a new article in the Asian Center for WTO Law & International Health Law and Policy, a Chinese legal scholar examines the issues and challenges facing China in the modernization of its international investment agreements (IIAs).

Law Review Article Considers Huawei ISDS Complaint against Sweden

A new law review article discusses the Huawei investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) challenge to the Swedish government's decision to ban its products from the 5G network on the basis of national security concerns. The author concludes that "it is likely that the arbitral tribunal will substantially defer to Sweden’s

Scholars Outline Implications of Intensified Government Screening of Chinese Investments

In a piece about a forthcoming law journal article, several Australian professors provide an overview of developments related to government screening of Chinese foreign investments around the world, focusing on the political, economic, and legal implications.

Think Tank Paper Explores Chinese Financial Moves in Portugal, Emergence of "CCP Inc."

A new think tank paper looks at how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been actively shaping Chinese foreign investment in Portugal through influence over nominally private financial companies, and forcing these companies to be more closely aligned with CCP goals.

MERICS Report on Managing China’s Economic Coercion

In a new paper entitled "Fasten your seatbelts: How to manage China’s economic coercion" published by European think tank MERICS, authors Aya Adachi, Alexander Brown and Max J. Zenglein offer a number of insights into the use of economic coercion by the Chinese government and how it has affected
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