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WTO Subsidy Committee Meeting Discusses CVDs, Overcapacity, U.S. Chips Subsidies

At a meeting of the WTO's Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures today, issues related to the EU's countervailing duty investigation on Chinese electric vehicles, subsidies and overcapacity, and U.S. semiconductor subsidies were all discussed.

China Targets U.S. Chips in Telecoms

A recent report reveals that China is phasing out U.S. chips in its telecom system, a move likely driven by the broader U.S.-China technology rivalry, as both sides seek to bolster the security of their technology supply chains.

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.

WTO Meeting Discusses CVDs, Chinese Subsidy Concerns, U.S. IRA, CHIPS Act

At the October 27 meeting of the WTO's Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures, for which the minutes were recently circulated, there were criticisms by China of other Members' countervailing duty practices (including the recent EU action on electric vehicles), and criticisms by other Member of China&

BIS Receives Comments on Semiconductor Export Control Rules

As a WTO complaint against U.S. semiconductor export controls lingers in the background, these controls have been the subject of comments through the U.S. rule-making process, with new comments coming in recently.

Beijing Calls U.S. Chip Export Controls "Economic Coercion"

At a Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs press conference yesterday, a spokesperson was asked about U.S. export restrictions on semiconductors, and responded with criticism of U.S. "coercion" and "bullying."

U.S. House Committee Leaders Push for Action on Chinese "Legacy" Chips

Yesterday, Chairman Mike Gallagher (R-WI) and Ranking Member Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) of the House Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the U.S. and the CCP wrote to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo and U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai with concerns that China "will flood the United States
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