The State Department awarded subsidiaries of The Gap in India and Intel in Costa Rica for actions taken by those companies there. Here’s why the parent companies never would have qualified.
The government’s latest trade figures show a surge in imports, even as the economy runs the risk of recession. A look at October trade flows.
Senator Cornyn calls for large trade agreements to counter China in latest hearing on international trade inside the Senate Finance Committee.
When it comes to duty-free China e-commerce, an advocacy group working for Amazon and Walmart tries to get the Senate Finance Committee on their side.
Treasury says the dollar is overvalued, but has no plans to fix it. Wall Street will remain the deciding factor in the dollar’s fate. Meanwhile, foreign central banks take action.
The Commerce Department says four Chinese solar companies in SE Asia circumvented US tariffs. Will Biden rescind his two year duty-free solar waiver?
China’s Zero Covid protests should persuade Washington, businesses, and consumers that dependence on China for manufacturing American goods will dull the shine off iconic American brands. Political risks are rising.
CPA Committee member Michael Collins looks at what made globalization what it is today and considers the big money barriers to rolling it back.
Banned cotton under Biden’s Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention law is making its way into the U.S. in Shein packages, a German lab has found.
A project out of the Department of Health & Human Services promises more domestic supply of locally made vaccines and critical drugs. Will they finally deliver?