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Last week, the UK's House of Lords discussed an amendment to a procurement bill that would further exclude Chinese-made surveillance technology from the supply chain.
After a recent UK government decision to undo the purchase of a Wales-based semiconductor company by a Chinese-owned company, both Houses of the UK Parliament discussed the issue last week. There were a range of views expressed, with some criticizing the decision and others urging the government to do more
At the UK parliament last week, there was a discussion of the importance of electric bus manufacturing in the United Kingdom, during which concerns were expressed that Chinese electric buses were a threat to UK bus manufacturers.
Last week, the UK Parliament's International Trade Committee held an oral evidence session on the UK's international supply chains, touching on several China trade issues.
Last week, the UK Parliament had separate discussions of two big issues related to China trade, forced labor and security, in which members of Parliament raised concerns and called for action.
In the UK Parliament last week, a Labour party MP pressed a trade official from the UK government about purchases of surveillance products from China. This issue has been hotly debated in recent months and years, and could be addressed in upcoming legislation.