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U.S. Trade Representative Seeks Feedback on China's Compliance with International Trade Commitments

By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff

The Office of the United States Trade Representative is preparing its annual report on China’s compliance with intellectual property rights and other commitments it made in connection with its accession to the World Trade Organization. The USTR is required to submit a report to Congress in December of each year, and is soliciting public comments to assist in preparing this year’s report. Topics on which the USTR seeks information include trading rights, import and export regulation, internal policies affecting trade, and intellectual property rights and enforcement.  Click here for the USTR’s 2020 report to Congress.

Comments are due September 15, 2021. Please contact Caroline Fletcher at if your company has any experiences or additional insights on this topic you wish to share.