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President Announces Section 301 Duties on $200 Billion of Chinese Imports; China Announces Retaliatory Duties; USTR Issues Procedures for "List 2" Product Exclusions

USA - September 18 2018 On September 17, President Trump announced the imposition of a 10 ad valorem duty on approximately $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, pursuant to...

Naboth van den Broek, Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky, David J. Ross, Semira Nikou, Patrick J. McLain.


USTR Releases Additional List of Chinese Products Potentially Subject to Section 301 Duties; Sets Out Product Exclusion Process

USA, China - July 12 2018 On July 10, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) released a list of Chinese products that may become subject to an additional...

Naboth van den Broek, Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky, David J. Ross, Semira Nikou, Patrick J. McLain.


China Expands Access to Scientific Data Domestically, Impose Restrictions on Export of Scientific Data

China - April 26 2018 China has issued a new regulation which imposes potentially severe restrictions on the export of scientific data while at the same time calling for...

Kenneth Zhou, Tao Xu.


China Tightens Scrutiny Over the Transfer of Intellectual Property Rights to Foreign Parties

China - April 5 2018 The Measures on the Transfer of Intellectual Property Rights to Foreign Parties (Pilot) (“Measures,” click here for the Chinese-language text) (dated...

Jennifer Zhao.


USTR Releases Proposed List of Chinese Products to Be Subject to Section 301 Tariffs

USA - April 3 2018 Today, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) released a list of proposed products that may be subjected to additional tariffs of...

Naboth van den Broek, Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky, Heather M. Petruzzi, Patrick J. McLain.