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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
In a recent law journal article, law professor Timothy Webster describes the Chinese sanctions regime, the Western sanctions mechanisms that inspired it, and also its deviation from Western goals.
A recent article in the ICSID Review examines a German investment in China, and how a government expropriation was challenged in domestic courts and before an international tribunal.
At a Peterson Institute event last week, Fred Bergsten discussed his new book entitled "The United States vs. China: The Quest for Global Economic Leadership."
A new paper by legal scholars Mandy Meng Fang and Weihuan Zhou offers an analysis of China’s "emerging practice in subsidizing the low carbon energy (LCE) transition by using the new energy vehicles (NEVs) industry as a case study." They describe a shift in priorities for Chinese subsidization of
A new paper [https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3958510] by legal scholar Henry Gao looks at how China’s perspective on the WTO has changed over the years, from initially viewing it as "the symbol for its aspiration to integrate into the world economy," to trying
New Paper Shows How WTO Jurisprudence Has Created Flexibilities for Anti-Dumping Actions against Distorted Markets, Which China Has Made Use Of
A new paper [https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3929143] by legal scholars Weihuan Zhou and Xiaomeng Qu looks at the evolution of the World Trade Organization (WTO)’s jurisprudence on anti-dumping (AD), focusing on the flexibility the WTO AD Agreement provides for tackling market distortions caused