US Legislation

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U.S. Congressmen Introduce Legislation To Withdraw China's Permanent Normal Trade Relations Status

Two Republican Congressmen have introduced legislation that would revoke China's permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) status. This legislation, if enacted, would lead to annual reviews, linked to human rights concerns, of U.S. tariffs on China.

Legislation on U.S. TikTok Ban Introduced, Committee Vote and TikTok Testimony to Congress Coming Soon

There have been a number of recent developments on actions by the U.S. federal government related to TikTok, including newly introduced legislation to ban it nationwide, a new House Committee scrutinizing TikTok, and upcoming testimony before a House committee by TikTok's CEO.

Members of Congress Try To Undo Biden Administration Tariff Pause

A bipartisan group of members of Congress have introduced legislation to "roll back" a Biden administration action that suspends tariffs on solar imports from four Southeast Asian countries that are subject to an investigation into whether Chinese producers of solar products had shifted production to these countries in order to

Legislation Introduced in U.S. Congress Would Restrict Chinese Purchases of Farmland

A bicameral, bipartisan group of members of Congress has introduced legislation to "protect America’s agricultural industry from improper foreign investment," with Chinese farmland purchases as a key target.

China's Questions, U.S. Replies on Recent U.S. Subsidy Measures

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.

Congressional Republicans Release "Discussion Draft" of Americas Legislation to "Counter China"

Last week, two Republican members of Congress released a discussion draft of a piece of legislation that focuses on trade in the Americas, but has several provisions dealing with China trade issues.

U.S. House of Representatives Votes To Restrict Sales of Oil from Strategic Petroleum Reserve to China

Last week, the House of Representatives passed a bill that would prohibit sales of oil from the U.S. strategic petroleum reserve to entities linked to the Chinese Communist Party. Prospects for the legislation in the Democrat-controlled Senate are uncertain, however.
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