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At a WTO Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures meeting last October, China asked questions about two major U.S. subsidy measures, related to electric vehicles and semiconductors. The U.S. recently provided responses.
In the government spending legislation recently enacted by Congress, there is a provision on the disclosure, in the context of merger notifications, of subsidies that have been provided by "foreign adversaries." This provision is part of an effort underway in both the EU and the U.S. to take action
In an interview yesterday with CNN's Fareed Zakaria, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo talked about a number of issues related to U.S.-China economic competition.
Yesterday, three Chinese government agencies outlined 17 measures for different sectors and regions to "revive" the industrial sector of the economy, including the use of government funds to expand investment, and policies to stabilize foreign investment and exports. This came at a time when China faces economic pressures from dwindling
At WTO Meetings, Governments Raise Subsidy Issues Related to Overcapacity, Transparency; Chinese Nominee to Subsidy Position Blocked
At meetings of the WTO's Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures in April, a number of issues related to Chinese subsidies and state-owned enterprises were discussed; China raised concerns about other governments' use of countervailing duties; and there was disagreement about the possible appointment of a Chinese citizen to the
At a WTO meeting last week, China raised concerns about recent U.S. legislation involving industrial subsidies, and the United States pushed back.
As part of the transparency process under the WTO's SCM Agreement, China recently responded to questions from a number of governments on the subsidy programs it has notified.