Tag: China

Passed on June 27, 2017, Article 7 of China’s National Intelligence Law defines that it is the responsibility that “All organizations and citizens shall support, assist, and cooperate with national intelligence efforts in accordance with law, and shall protect national intelligence work secrets they are aware of.” Article 10 affirms that, “As necessary for their...

Last Friday, the United States Trade Representative published a Federal Register requesting comments concerning additional tariffs of up to 25% on additional products of China that have an annual trade value of $300 billion. In addition to requesting comments from the public concerning the increase in tariffs, the USTR published the proposed list of these...

Effective at 12:01 this morning, the United States has increased the tariffs assessed on $200 Billion worth of Chinese goods. These items were identified last September 2018 and originally were assessed at a 10% rate. However, as of today, importers will now be required to pay 25%.  The products subject to this increase are identified...

Proposed Legislation On March 12, 2019, a new bill was introduced in Congress.  The “Protect Our Universities Act of 2019” has at its purpose the “creation of a task force within the Department of Education to address the threat of foreign government influence and threats to academic research integrity on college campuses, and for other...