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Nothing Unites The United States Congress Like China (And Not In A Good Way): Treating China Like Canada (Maybe Even Worse)
We begin today one story in three parts, “Nothing Unites The United States Congress Like China (And Not In A Good Way): Treating China Like Canada (Maybe Even Worse)” by Dr. Elliot J. Feldman. Part One, “Rewriting Subsidies Law To Fit Chinese Facts,” examines the first...
Two years ago, we reported that China was initiating an investigation, based on dumping and subsidy allegations, into imports of U.S. automobiles. We warned that the published petition was more a political than a legal document, telling a peculiar and nationalistic version of industrial history and...
The Plan To Make The Planet Green In Cooperation With China President Barack Obama committed his Administration soon after his election in November 2008 to the development of green technologies. He posited that investment in the creation of systems and equipment that would roll back climate change...
U.S. Appellate Court Rules That Commerce May Not Apply The Countervailing Duty Law To Non-Market Economies
This blog reported on August 30, 2009 that Chief Judge Jane Restani of the U.S. Court of International Trade (“CIT”) ordered the U.S. Department of Commerce (“Commerce”) to revoke the countervailing duty ("CVD") order on pneumatic off-the-road tires from the...
China Challenges US Continuation Of Practice Inflating Dumping Margins Through Zeroing Almost A Decade After The WTO Struck That Practice Down
China requested a WTO panel on October 13, 2011 challenging the U.S. practice of zeroing in the 2004 antidumping investigation involving warm water shrimp and the 2006 antidumping investigation of diamond saw blades. This challenge to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s (“Commerce”)...
U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk announced, on October 20th, 2011, that the United States, pursuant to World Trade Organization (“WTO”) rules, is requesting China to provide more information on its Internet restrictions. More than a week...
Editor’s Note: Dr. Elliot Feldman on October 5, 2011 presented the following speech at China-U.S. Investment Forum 2011. Our firm has published a treatise, in English and Chinese, entitled Mergers & Acquisitions in the United States: A Practical Guide for Non-U.S. Buyers. I am one of the...
This blog occasionally posts articles regarding international trade issues with respect to India that are connected to China - US trade issues. In that spirit we wish to bring to our readers' attention a recent call for papers to be presented at the 3rd Government Law College International...
A year ago, American sentiment toward China, at least as expressed by many Members of Congress, was decidedly negative. Pending legislation included denunciations of China’s subsidization of exports and currency manipulation. Some Members of Congress wanted to restrict all Chinese imports....
Europe Leaps Ahead Of United States In Bilateral Investment Treaty Negotiations With China ???????????????
??????? The European Union has moved ahead of the United States in negotiating a bilateral investment treaty with China, as predicted previously here on Baker Hostetler’s China U.S. Trade Law blog. Chinese Commerce Minister Chen Deming and EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht made the...