US Congressional Hearings

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U.S. House CFIUS Hearing Touches on Chinese Battery Investments in U.S.

At a U.S. House of Representatives hearing yesterday on "Oversight of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) and Other Efforts to Strengthen National Security in the United States," Congressman Bill Huizenga (R-MI) had two exchanges with Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Department Paul Rosen on

U.S. Senate Hearing Discusses Chinese Economic Coercion, World Bank Loans/Contracts

Yesterday, the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on "U.S. Economic Security: Addressing Economic Coercion And Increasing Competitiveness," with issues related to China as a main focus.

House CCP Committee Holds Hearing on "The Biden Administration's PRC Strategy"

The U.S. House of Representatives' Select Committee on the CCP held a hearing today on "The Biden Administration's PRC Strategy," discussing export controls, the bilateral trade deficit, and control of international organizations.

House Committee Hosts Debate on China Trade, Covering PNTR Removal, Export Controls, Access to Capital

Today, the U.S. House of Representatives' Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party hosted what it referred to as a "thunderdome debate" with policy experts on trade and economic engagement with China, focusing on China's PNTR status, the U.S. export control regime, and outbound investment screening.

Yellen Testimony on World Bank Loans to China, Decoupling

In testimony before a U.S. House of Representatives Committee last week, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen was critical of World Bank lending to China, and expressed doubt that "decoupling" of the U.S. and Chinese economies was a realistic possibility.

Members of Congress Push Legislation on U.S.-Taiwan Trade

Legislation may only have limited impact on Biden administration approach to Taiwan trade.

Congressional Hearing Raises Concerns about World Bank Contracts Benefiting China

At a recent hearing in the U.S. House of Representatives, members of Congress discussed concerns with the number of World Bank contracts awarded to Chinese companies and with World Bank lending to China, as well as with Chinese lending to developing countries more generally.
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