China-U.S. Trade Law

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership – Webinar Segment 2《跨太平洋伙伴关系协定》讲座第二部分

Posted in Trade Negotiations
中文翻译请点击这里 Elliot J. Feldman conducted a webinar for The Knowledge Group on January 8, 2016 on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.  Set out below is the essential text of Dr. Feldman’s presentation for segment 2 of that webinar.  Dr. Feldman’s presentation for Segment 1 was provided in a previous post on this blog titled The Trans-Pacific Partnership – Webinar Segment… Continue Reading

The Trans-Pacific Partnership – Webinar Segment 1 《跨太平洋伙伴关系协定》讲座第一部分

Posted in Trade Negotiations
中文翻译请点击这里 Elliot J. Feldman conducted a webinar for The Knowledge Group on January 8, 2016 on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.  Set out below is the essential text of Dr. Feldman’s presentation for segment 1 of that webinar, slightly modified to recognize that the webinar was in early January.  Dr. Feldman’s presentation for Segment 2 will be provided… Continue Reading

Non-parallel Tracks: The Divergence Of Trade Remedies From Climate Control 不平行的轨道:贸易补偿和控制气候变化分道扬镳

Posted in Trade Negotiations
Editor’s Note: The following article was published in the January 2015 issue of Financier Worldwide Magazine. For its Chinese translation, please click here (中文翻译请点击这里)。 The U.S. is a leading proponent of the Environmental Goods Agreement (“EGA”) whose negotiation has begun under the auspices of the WTO. Fourteen countries, representing 86 percent of global trade in what… Continue Reading

The United States & China: Twenty-First Century Rivals Or Friends? 美利坚和大中国: 21世纪的对手还是伙伴?

Posted in Strategic & Economic Dialogue, Trade Disputes
The following article, The United States & China: Twenty-First Century Rivals Or Friends?, was published in the January 2014 edition of Corporate LiveWire Expert Guide International Trade 2014: 本文刊登于2014年一月出版的Corporate LiveWire Expert Guide International Trade 2014。中文翻译请下移鼠标。 The Obama Administration has referred to Sino-American relations as the most important bilateral international relationship of the twenty-first century.  Obama’s… Continue Reading

Lessons For China From Canada 中国可从加拿大身上汲取的经验

Posted in CVD, WTO
中文请点击这里 The final part of “Nothing Unites The United States Congress Like China (And Not In A Good Way): Treating China Like Canada (Maybe Even Worse),” we present this week. It is called, “Lessons From Canada.” Part One, entitled “Rewriting Subsidies Law To Fit Chinese Facts,” was posted two weeks ago; Part Two, “The Broken… Continue Reading

Nothing Unites The United States Congress Like China (And Not In A Good Way): Treating China Like Canada (Maybe Even Worse) 中国促进美国国会团结

Posted in CVD
中文请点击这里 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 legislation expressly for trade with China passed by… Continue Reading

U.S., China Clash Over Internet Great Wall 中美决战互联网长城

Posted in WTO
        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 passed with Chinese media and the public paying the request little attention.         It is not surprising that… Continue Reading

A Deep Freeze on Climate Change? 深度冷藏气候变化会谈?

Posted in China and India
中文请点击这里 President Obama declared in his State of the Union address on January 27, to a standing ovation, that the United States would not take second place to anyone in the world, and specifically to countries such as China and India. The specific reference to China and India highlighted their growing importance on the global… Continue Reading

The President’s Visit: A Success For China And Failure For The United States? 奥巴马总统访华:中国的成功、美国的失败?

Posted in Trade Disputes
中文请点击这里 China’s leaders and commentators think President Barack Obama’s visit in November was an unqualified success. Publicly, the White House sees a qualified success, and privately not even that. It may all depend on what “success” and “failure” mean. The differences have consequences. American analysts generally are less equivocal than American officials. They mostly see… Continue Reading

Steel Matters 举足轻重的钢铁工业

Posted in Trade Disputes
中文请点击这里 Besides currency valuation, steel is perhaps the most contentious trade issue between China and the United States. Steel products face numerous traditional trade remedy actions in both countries, and are under intense scrutiny in the climate change debate. In the United States, Congress is considering whether to include in climate change legislation additional tariffs… Continue Reading

India And China Turn Up The Heat On Climate Change 中印为气候变化加温

Posted in China and India
中文请点击这里 We noted in our article entitled India, China, and the Doha Round that India and China have forged a formidable alliance in the Doha Round of negotiations. Now the two “Asian giants” have combined forces in an effort to gain leverage in another multilateral dialogue – this time, the dialogue on climate change that… Continue Reading

India, China, and the Doha Round 印度、中国及多哈会谈

Posted in WTO
中文请点击这里 Senior trade officials are meeting in Geneva the week of September 14, 2009 following a meeting of 35 WTO member countries in New Delhi on September 3 and 4, 2009. The September 3 and 4 meetings demonstrated a willingness of member countries to re-engage in the negotiations that have been at a relative standstill… Continue Reading