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US China Trade War Developments - Trade, IP, Antitrust and Securities

There have been major developments in the trade, Chinese Antidumping, 337, litigation, US/Chinese antitrust, and securities areas. TRADE - THE ANTICOMPETITIVE IMPACT OF US ANTIDUMPING LAW IN CHINA AND THE US...more

WTO Panel Upholds The Application Of U.S. Countervailing Duty Law To Imports From China

On March 27, the World Trade Organization (WTO) released the dispute settlement panel report in the Chinese government’s challenge to U.S.countervailing duty (CVD) law: United States – Countervailing and Anti-Dumping Measures...more

News Of Note - March 2014

Court Of Appeals Affirms Decision Imposing Duties On Chinese Magnesium Exporter That Lied To The Commerce Department – Cole Pfeiffer and Joshua Snead – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit last month affirmed a...more

China Ends Duties On Cars And Begins Implementing WTO Decision On Chicken Products

Over the past year, many of the United States' disputes with China at the World Trade Organization ("WTO") over China's AD and CVD practices have moved toward resolution in favor of U.S. manufacturers. China recently has...more

Trade & Manufacturing Alert - February 2014

In This Issue: - New Solar Case Filed To Close Enforcement Loopholes - China Ends Duties On Cars And Begins Implementing WTO Decision On Chicken Products - Shale Oil Production Leads To Fractured Debate On Crude...more

China Challenges Numerous U.S. Dumping Determinations

China filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization ("WTO") last month, claiming that the United States had improperly conducted antidumping investigations and administrative reviews related to 13 different products...more

Trade & Manufacturing Alert - January 2014

In This Issue: - The Sanctions Divide: The White House Pushes to Ease Trade Restrictions on Iran While Congress Contemplates a New Round of Sanctions Legislation - Energy Industry Helps U.S. Set Exports...more

Successful Strategies For Doing Business In Asia: China

1. What role does the government of China play in approving and regulating foreign direct investment? In the past, foreign investment in China was highly regulated. However, following China’s entry into WTO a decade...more

China Continues To Violate WTO Obligations For Injury Determinations

In rapid succession, the Government of China has lost three cases before the World Trade Organization ("WTO") involving its conduct of injury investigations. The affirmative injury findings involve the disparate products of...more

Trade & Manufacturing Alert - December 2013

In This Issue: - New Trade Agreements Spark Old Divides Over Trade Promotion Authority Renewal - China Continues To Violate WTO Obligations For Injury Determinations - President Obama Expands Select USA -...more

US China Trade War–Developments Trade, Customs, Patents, US/China Antitrust And Securities

There have been some major developments in the trade, Customs fraud, patents, US/Chinese antitrust, and securities areas. I have just returned from a trip of more than 2 weeks in China. While in China, we discussed US...more

EU Customs Practice Group - October 2013

In This Issue: *EU POLICY: - UCC developments *TARIFFS: - Duty Suspensions and Tariff Quotas - GSP- GSP+ Country List - GSP – Temporary Withdrawal - e-Commerce moratorium - WTO waiver...more

US China Trade War Developments –Trade, False Claims Act, Patents, US/Chinese Antitrust And Securities

On December 3, 2013, former Congressman Don Bonker of APCO and I will be speaking in Vancouver, Canada at a breakfast conference held by the American Chamber of Commerce on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership Demystified: A...more

A Q&A on Recent Developments Involving China Union Pay

Recently, DWT payments team members Vincent Wang and Norm Page sat down in our Shanghai office to discuss recent developments involving China Union Pay (CUP). Vincent Wang has extensive experience helping U.S. companies and...more

US China Trade War–Developments In Trade, Customs, Patents, Antitrust And Securities

There have been some major developments in the trade, solar cells, Customs, 337/patents, antitrust and securities areas. On September 26th there were reports that the United States and China have been negotiating for the past...more

Proposed Revision to China’s Copyright Law Not a Hit with Film Producers

The General Administration of Press and Publication released the Notice Regarding Request for Comments on Second Draft Revisions to the Copyright Law of the People’s Republic of China (??«????????? ??»(???????)?????????, the...more

Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act of 2013 Introduced In The Senate

With mounting evidence that undervalued foreign currencies drive the U.S. trade deficit, a bipartisan group of U.S. senators has introduced the Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act of 2013. Reviving a 2011 bill that...more

Report On China's Industrial Policies Shows Numerous Industries Receive Illegal Subsidies

Manufacturers have long suspected that heavy state intervention is one secret of success for numerous Chinese exports, in addition to cheap labor and an undervalued currency. The recent Report on Chinese Industrial Policies...more

Bennett Jones Spring 2013 Economic Outlook

This Economic Outlook has a somewhat different structure from previous issues. The first section covers recent dynamics and short-term outlook for the world economy; the second section reviews recent international trade...more

Trade & Manufacturing Alert - April 2013

In This Issue: - President Announces Trade Policy Agenda - Commerce Takes A More Aggressive Stance On Fraud - Companies Seek Approval To Expand Manufacturing In U.S. Foreign Trade Zones - U.S. Customs...more

President Announces Trade Policy Agenda by Jordan Shepherd

President Obama delivered to Congress his 2013 Trade Policy Agenda (“TPA”) and the 2012 Annual Report Report of United States trade activities on March 1, 2013. The TPA’s overarching goal is “supporting jobs and economic...more

Trade & Manufacturing Alert - February 2013

In This Issue: - Special Feature: Book Review - Innovation Economics: The Race for Global Advantage - U.S. Focuses On IP Protection Failure In Foreign Markets, Requests Comments - U.S. Trade Officials Meet with...more

U.S. Trade Officials Meet with Chinese Counterparts and Report on China’s WTO Compliance by T. Augustine Lo

On December 18, 2012, USTR Ambassador Ron Kirk and U.S. Commerce Department Acting Secretary Rebecca Blank commenced a two-day meeting with Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan held in Washington, DC. This meeting between U.S....more

The Canada-China Foreign Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement: A Comparative Analysis to Canada’s Model FIPA

Negotiations for a bilateral Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement [“FIPA”] between Canada and China have been ongoing for over a decade. They commenced in 1994, were interrupted pending China’s accession to...more

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