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In a new regulatory proposal, the Commerce Department has outlined a series of “national security guardrails” around $39 billion in CHIPS and Science Act incentives for domestic production of semiconductors, designed to ensure the benefits do not flow to “malign actors.”

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Importers will appeal a recent Court of International Trade ruling that sustained the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative’s newly added reasoning for imposing the third and fourth lists of Section 301 tariffs on Chinese goods.

The Commerce Department has preliminarily determined that aluminum foil imports from Korea and Thailand are evading antidumping and countervailing duties on Chinese foil.

China this week proposed that the World Trade Organization’s environment committee take up individual climate-related measures implemented by members that could have “significant impact” on trade, allowing the body to discuss, among other issues, the legal basis of a country’s approach, its consistency with WTO rules and how it would be implemented.

China’s government on Sunday appointed He Lifeng to serve as vice premier, overseeing the country’s trade and economic policies. 

The Biden administration should step up efforts to enforce the phase-one trade agreement its predecessor struck with China, a former Trump administration trade official told lawmakers on Wednesday.

A bipartisan group of 12 senators on Tuesday introduced new legislation that would provide new tools for the U.S. to restrict technology from foreign adversaries that could pose a threat to national security, an effort backed by the Biden administration.

The U.S. and Lithuania have strengthened their economic and diplomatic ties in the wake of Chinese economic coercion waged against Lithuania, the Baltic country's foreign minister said on Tuesday.