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The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on Wednesday approved three “Buy America”-related bills the committee intends to push for inclusion in a package of China-focused legislation the Senate is expected to vote on later this month.

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The European Union is in a period of reflection on its relationship with China, Italian EU Affairs Minister Vincenzo Amendola said on Tuesday, adding that the EU Commission wants the EU and China to have a reciprocal relationship.

Members of the Semiconductor Industry Association are joining forces with prominent chip users to launch a coalition focused on securing $50 billion in funding for the Creating Helpful Incentives for Producing Semiconductors in America Act.

Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) wants the Senate this month to vote on a legislative package aimed at making the U.S. more competitive with China, he said on the Senate floor on Monday -- though the legislation faces an uncertain future in the House, where the Republican Study Committee has raised issues with the centerpiece of the package.

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Thursday announced revisions to the title, scope and schedule of a recently launched fact-finding investigation into the effects of foreign censorship on U.S. businesses and instituted a second, related probe.

The European Union this week moved to update its industrial strategy by issuing a legislative proposal aimed at reining in foreign subsidies in non-market economies, laying out a strategy to deal with strategic supply chain dependencies, and continuing efforts to reach out to allies, especially in critical areas.

Countries must address a “looming mismatch” between climate goals and the availability of critical minerals, the International Energy Agency says in a new report, highlighting a key issue for the Biden administration as it looks to secure supply chains.

The U.S. should re-examine the Trump administration’s “misguided” and “short-sighted” decision in 2017 to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the leaders of the Senate Finance trade subcommittee told U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai this week.