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Fourth TTC Ministerial Meeting Delivers Common U.S./EU Positions on China

The U.S. and the EU held the fourth Ministerial meeting of the Trade and Technology Council (TTC) this week, and the Joint Statement addresses many aspects of trade and investment policies toward China, including non-market practices, export controls, and economic coercion.

Main Takeaways of the Third TTC Meeting

Yesterday, the United States and the European Union held a third round of meetings under the U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council (TTC), with discussions of a number of issues that have implications for China.

European Commission President von der Leyen Comments on China Trade Issues

At a press conference last week following a meeting of the European Council, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen offered statements related to China trade issues, including the risk of dependencies on China for particular goods and the impact of recent U.S. export controls.

U.S.-EU TTC Meeting Touches on Competition with China

On May 15 and 16 in France, the United States and the European Union held their second round of ministerial meetings as part of the Trade and Technology Council (TTC), to "advance Transatlantic cooperation and democratic approaches to trade, technology, and security that deliver for people on both sides
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