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Beijing Criticizes U.S.-Taiwan Trade Deal
Some Taiwanese politicians and groups also voiced their criticism of the deal for different reasons.
WTO Fight over Taiwanese Nominee for Procurement Committee Chair Resolved
Veteran U.S. trade and procurement lawyer Jean Heilman Grier has reported that there has been a resolution to the disagreement over the appointment of a government official from Taiwan as the Chair of the WTO's Committee of Government Procurement.
MOFCOM Comments on Japan Export Controls and US-Taiwan Trade Deal
MOFCOM spokesperson expressed "firm opposition" against both.
U.S., Taiwan Conclude Negotiations on Limited Trade Deal
USTR announced today that the United States and Taiwan "have concluded negotiations on the U.S.-Taiwan Initiative on 21st Century Trade," and released the full text of an agreement.
Chinese Ambassador to Australia Addresses Timber Imports, CPTPP Entry, TikTok
At a press conference, China's Ambassador to Australia, Xiao Qian, announced that China had eased restrictions on Australian timber imports, and also discussed China's CPTPP entry and concerns about Chinese surveillance.
U.S. and Taiwan Officials Send Positive Signal on Trade Talks
Without providing further details, top trade officials in the United States and Taiwan both put a positive spin on the ongoing trade negotiations that were launched last summer. A Taiwanese official indicated that the trade talks are at the tail-end of the first phase of negotiations.
China Launches Trade Barrier Investigation Against Taiwan
China's Ministry of Commerce announced today that it will start a trade barrier investigation against Taiwan's long-standing import bans on over 2,000 items from China. This is the third trade barrier investigation that China has launched in its history, and the first case in the last decade. Taiwan's government