‘Window’ Biden for further duties on Chinese products

An impending decision on tariffs in , he implied the White House after their president’s phone call with his Chinese counterpart, C. Jimping, saying Biden touched on China’s “unfair commercial policies and economic practices unrelated to the market”, according to Bloomberg’s report. He also “emphasized that the US would continue to take the necessary measures to prevent the use of advanced American technologies to undermine our national security, without unduly restricting trade and investment.” But according to yesterday’s statements (2.3.2024) by White House representative, John Kirby, the duty review was not specifically mentioned during the leaders’ conversation. Despite the two countries’ tendency to stabilise their relations the Chinese president for his part expressed his concerns, denouncing the “infinite” American restrictions and sanctions on China’s technological sector, saying that these moves create risks instead of reducing them.