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Tag Archives: Digital Trade

Data Flows from China Could Be Significantly Restricted

Posted in National Security
This article is co-authored by Stephen Claeys and Shawn Chang of the Telecom, Media, & Technology practice. Proposed Chinese regulations (open in Google Chrome for English translation) could substantially limit the ability of companies in China from sending data outside of that country.   If implemented, the regulations would potentially affect almost any type of business or… Continue Reading

ITC begins digital trade investigations as AEI calls for removal of Chinese digital trade barriers

Posted in Trade Policy, World Trade Organization
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is beginning a comprehensive three-part investigation into digital trade and the impact of digital trade barriers, just as the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) has released a new study calling for a World Trade Organization (WTO) case to be filed against China’s barriers to digital trade and e-commerce. The ITC… Continue Reading

U.S. Trade Representative Asks for Data on Global and Telecom Trade Barriers for Annual Reports

Posted in Announcements, Dumping and Subsidies, Manufacturing, Trade Agreement Compliance, Trade Policy
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) is seeking input from companies and industry on trade barriers from around the world, in preparation for its annual National Trade Estimate (“NTE”) Report on Foreign Trade Barriers as well as a more focused report on violations of telecommunications trade agreements. USTR announced its request in an… Continue Reading
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