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China’s new export control law includes language authorizing retaliation against trading partners that Beijing perceives as out of line, a signal that China could use it as a broad geopolitical tool rather than merely to control dual-use and military items, analysts tell Inside U.S. Trade.

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The U.S. should commence trade talks with Taiwan “as soon as possible,” a broad group of analysts and former government officials says in a new report published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

A trade-enforcement law passed in 2016 has allowed U.S. Customs and Border Protection to dramatically boost efforts to hold importers accountable for antidumping and countervailing duties, CBP Executive Assistant Commissioner Brenda Smith said on Wednesday, adding that the agency intends to roll out further plans to crack down on evasion over the next few months.

The U.S. and China this week agreed to extend the date by which China must comply with a World Trade Organization decision faulting its underfilling of agricultural tariff-rate quotas, according to a new communication.

The U.S. government should end its information and communications technology supply-chain reliance on China by establishing a comprehensive industrial base strategy that identifies emerging technologies and ensures U.S. production capacity in those industries, according to a commission of lawmakers, executive agency heads and outside advisers.

China’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday disputed U.S. Export-Import Bank President Kimberly Reed’s claims that Beijing’s export financing practices undermine fair and free market competition.

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday signed an export control law that will allow China to retaliate against export controls other countries impose on Beijing.

The European Union’s $4 billion retaliation against the U.S. for subsidies to Boeing will be formally authorized by the World Trade Organization at a Dispute Settlement Body meeting next week, according to the agenda.