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(Daily News)
January 13, 2021

A high-level Chinese delegation is expected to visit the U.S. soon after President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated, a U.S. Chamber of Commerce executive said on Wednesday, adding the meeting could pave the way for a dialogue aimed at resetting the relationship.


(Daily News)
January 13, 2021

European and Australian officials this week urged the incoming Biden administration to work with them in taking on China, including by reforming the World Trade Organization.


(Daily News)
January 13, 2021

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection on Wednesday issued a long-awaited withhold-release order on all cotton and tomato products from China’s Xinjiang region, citing the use of forced labor in the Chinese province.


(In Trade)
January 13, 2021

The department cited the transition to the Biden administration in announcing it had scrapped all travel plans this week, including Secretary Pompeo’s trip to Europe.


(In Trade)
January 12, 2021

The new deadline is March 31.


(Daily News)
January 11, 2021

Technology industry representatives say they are hopeful the Biden administration will bring stability and process back to regulatory policy making after four years of dealing with a mercurial Trump administration that was at times insufficiently engaged with the private sector and had a proclivity for taking action via unexpected executive orders.


(In Trade)
January 11, 2021

“Taiwan-U.S. relations have been elevated to a global partnership,” Taiwan’s foreign minister said.


(Daily News)
January 08, 2021

The Biden administration should take a more multilateral approach to trade policy, New Democrat Coalition Chair Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-WA) tells Inside U.S. Trade, singling out digital rules, its approach to China and efforts to curb steel and aluminum overcapacity.


(Daily News)
January 07, 2021

The New York Stock Exchange has twice reversed course in the past week over whether to remove three Chinese telecommunications as it tries to comply with a Nov. 12 executive order banning transactions with companies deemed to be affiliated with the Chinese military, illustrating the confusion surrounding how U.S. businesses can ensure they are in compliance, according to trade lawyers.


(In Trade)
January 07, 2021

“I very much doubt that the growth rate of China would depend on what the U.S. does,” said the director of the Centre for European Policy Studies.


(Daily News)
January 06, 2021

The agreement in principle the European Union and China announced in the closing days of 2020 is a substantial diplomatic victory for Beijing as it prepares to deal with an incoming Biden administration that has vowed to rally allies – like the EU – to pressure China to curb its most egregious practices.


(Daily News)
January 05, 2021

President Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order that will ban transactions made with eight Chinese applications, including WeChat Pay, Alipay and Tencent QQ, saying they pose a national security threat because they can be used to collect private user data in bulk. 


(Daily News)
January 05, 2021

The fiscal year 2021 National Defense Authorization Act -- passed last week -- is laden with provisions designed to bolster the U.S. supply chains for rare earth elements and assess whether to bar imports of such materials from foreign adversaries.


(Daily News)
January 04, 2021

The European Union should not enter into an investment agreement with China without first working with President-elect Biden and the 117th Congress to combat Beijing’s trade practices, Sens. Pat Toomey (R-PA) and Mark Warner (D-VA) said in a statement on Monday.


(Daily News)
January 04, 2021

The Biden administration will need time to consult with allies on a strategy to address egregious Chinese trade practices before it can decide on the fate of the tariffs imposed by the Trump administration, the president-elect's national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, said on Sunday.


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