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(Daily News)
February 17, 2021

The Biden administration is planning to order a 100-day review of the supply chains in four high-tech sectors -- semiconductor manufacturing and advanced packaging, high-capacity batteries, strategic and critical minerals, and medical supplies -- as well as broader sectoral supply chain assessments of four industrial bases, according to a draft copy of the order obtained by Inside Cybersecurity.


(Daily News)
February 11, 2021

The U.S. must ratchet up efforts to compete with China or “they’re going to eat our lunch,” President Biden told reporters in the Oval Office on Thursday, offering his first comments on his lengthy discussion with Chinese President Xi Jinping the night before.


(Daily News)
February 10, 2021

With surging global demand for semiconductors and a waning supply -- both exacerbated by the pandemic -- and with China redoubling its efforts to advance and increase its chip manufacturing, the U.S. must act quickly to provide domestic incentives for semiconductor manufacturing, according to the CEO of a leading technology trade association.


(Daily News)
February 10, 2021

With surging global demand for semiconductors and a waning supply -- both exacerbated by the pandemic -- and with China redoubling its efforts to advance and increase its chip manufacturing, the U.S. must act quickly to provide domestic incentives for semiconductor manufacturing, according to the CEO of a leading technology trade association.


(Daily News)
February 10, 2021

Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant that has found itself subject to a litany of U.S. restrictions, is hoping the Biden administration will allow it to buy some inputs from U.S. companies but not expecting to be removed from the Commerce Department’s Entity List, company founder Ren Zhengfei told reporters in China on Tuesday.


(Daily News)
February 09, 2021

House Ways & Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-MA) hopes U.S. trade agreements with the United Kingdom and Kenya will be concluded and sent to Capitol Hill for review this year, he said on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
February 08, 2021

More than 3,500 lawsuits have been filed at the Court of International Trade.


(Daily News)
February 05, 2021

The Biden administration on Friday announced its “strong support” for Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala as the World Trade Organization’s next director-general, ending the previous administration’s block and opening the door to her quick appointment.


(In Trade)
February 05, 2021

34 business groups ask the acting Commerce secretary to suspend the interim final rule issued last month.


(Daily News)
February 05, 2021

Korean Trade Minister Yoo Myung-hee has taken herself out of the running for the World Trade Organization’s top job, removing one of the major hurdles to Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala taking the reins of the leaderless organization.


(Daily News)
February 05, 2021

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology last week announced it would create a semiconductor standards committee composed of 90 Chinese companies, including Huawei, ZTE, SMIC and others, that analysts suggest is an attempt by Beijing to advance its goal of technological self-reliance. 


(In Trade)
February 05, 2021

“I’ll lift the hold when the Biden admin commits to keep the massive Chinese Communist Party spy operation Huawei on the Entity List,” he tweeted.


(In Trade)
February 05, 2021

“I’ll lift the hold when the Biden admin commits to keep the massive Chinese Communist Party spy operation Huawei on the Entity List,” he tweeted.


(In Trade)
February 03, 2021

Raimondo and 17 senators suggest the administration reach out to allies to secure semiconductors.


(In Trade)
February 03, 2021

Raimondo also touched on export controls, steel overcapacity and the U.S.-EU Privacy Shield.


(Daily News)
February 03, 2021

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday urged the Biden administration to launch a trade and technology council with the European Union, as the bloc has proposed, and cited conversations with the State Department in which they said officials had been “receptive” to the idea.


(Daily News)
February 03, 2021

Gina Raimondo, President Biden’s pick for Commerce secretary, has “no reason to believe” Chinese companies such as Huawei, ZTE and DJI should not be on the Bureau of Industry and Security’s Entity List, she told the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee this week.


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