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‘Country of Origin Labeling Online Act’ to Help American Consumers & U.S. Workers

The new COOL Online Act will require a prominent country-of-origin description for all products sold online as well as clear disclosure of the country in which the seller of the product is located.

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We stand for achieving broadly shared prosperity and national strength through rebuilding food and goods production rather than focusing upon appreciating capital markets.

CPA works hard every day on strategies to eliminate the trade deficit, incentivize new production and increase the quality of employment. Achieving these goals will produce a strong America that deserves and fulfills the promise of global leadership.

JQI Rises Slightly Amid Disappointing Monthly Job Growth

WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today announced that the U.S. Private Sector Job Quality Index (JQI) rose marginally to 81.17 in December, up 0.08% from the previous month, reflecting slightly faster growth in high-wage jobs than low-wage in the month. The small rise of the JQI was driven mainly by growth…

Five Reasons Why Trade Policy Is Not Impacting Inflation

With consumer price inflation (CPI) running at 6.8% as of November 2021, many importers are trying to use inflation as an excuse for repealing the tariffs enacted by former President Donald Trump and continued by President Joe Biden. This is special interest pleading and bad economics. A close look at the state of the U.S.…

CPA Letter to Secretary Yellen Regarding Protecting American Investors from Risky, Dangerous A-Share Investments in Chinese Companies

CPA sent the following letter to Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen urging her to take action to protect American investors from risky and dangerous investments in Chinese A-share companies. Dear Secretary Yellen, We write to draw attention to the troubling continuation of U.S. investment in problematic – and often officially sanctioned – Chinese…

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Key insights on US trade and its impact on the US and world economy.

The US has run a trade deficit every year since 1975, a 43-year run, unprecedented since economic record-keeping began. The CPA Trade Database provide insight into the causes and consequences of our trade deficit.



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In 2019 the U.S. trade deficit with China hit its lowest point in three years. This was in due to the trade policies enacted by the U.S. government that have been championed by CPA for years. CPA understands what policies are necessary to balance out trade defecit with foreign nations and grow our manufacturing base. I am proud to be a member of this strategic and tactical coalition.

Paul Wellborn, Wellborn Cabinet

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