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President Biden has nominated several bureau-level leaders for positions relevant to the bilateral commercial relationship,...
Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Qin Gang will succeed Cui Tiankai as China’s ambassador to the United States during a time of...
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are set to receive more attention from local governments after being highlighted in central-level...
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Today, the US government issued an advisory urging businesses to consider risks associated with operating in Hong Kong,...
China’s national Emissions Trading Scheme is poised to come online this week. The immediate impact will likely be limited due...
In spite of improvements in China’s procurement environment over the last decade, US companies still face challenges with...
The Biden administration is condemning the ongoing situation in Xinjiang, but taking a targeted approach, blocking imports...
The State Council’s Legislative plan focuses on data security, biotechnology, public health emergencies, taxation and carbon...
Congress influences US policy, including toward China, through its powers over authorization and funding and oversight and...
The Biden administration has issued a new executive order aimed at protecting Americans’ personal information from...
The People’s Bank of China has ramped up pilot testing of its digital yuan, but many of the details remain unclear. PBOC...
The Senate passed the US Innovation and Competition Act last week with bipartisan support. It includes elements to boost US...
China’s Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law provides a legal foundation for future countermeasures in response to foreign sanctions....
On June 10, 2021, China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee passed the Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law (in English and...
Yesterday, the White House released the findings of its 100-day review of four critical supply chains mandated under a February...
The White House has largely stayed quiet on the possibility of boycotting the games scheduled for February 2022. A massive...
Shortages and record breaking prices are still disrupting global commerce, showing no signs of abating. Many long-standing...
The National People’s Congress recently released second drafts of two seminal pieces of legislation, the Personal Information...
The ICTS licensing regime stands to clarify the opaque rule that went into effect in March.  Industry hopes Commerce will...
Xiaomi Corporation and Luokung Technology, two companies labeled as CCMCs, have had early success fighting the designation....
China initiated a plan to reform state-owned enterprises in 2020, but has yet to publicly release it. Local versions of the...
In a recent conversation, an ambassador of one of America’s closest allies observed that US trade policy, especially toward...
In 2021, US goods exports to China have continued to grow at a fast pace, and imports from China have recovered to pre-...
Senator Chuck Schumer has launched a bipartisan, multi-committee effort to address a myriad of China concerns. The plan...
Last month, the NPCSC reviewed the Data Security Law and Personal Information Law for the second time. Revisions to the Anti-...
China’s market regulator hit Alibaba Group with a record-high antitrust fine in April. The State Council is making...
The draft Data Security Law and draft Personal Information Protection Law are expected to see movement in 2021. The...
Last quarter, the Chinese government made several leadership changes at the central and provincial level. Notably, China...
Following the two sessions meetings, the Chinese government is moving forward with efforts to achieve President Xi’s carbon...

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