The Biden administration’s signature clean energy law, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), got its clock cleaned last week at a Senate Energy Committee hearing.
This week’s Senate Banking Committee hearing on fentanyl was high on celebrity, short on solutions.
Uyghur Forced Labor Law Faces Formidable Opponent With De Minimis Rule In Place, Homeland, Customs Tells House Hearing
The roughly two-year-old Uyghur Forced Labor Law (UFLPA) may be pushing a boulder uphill thanks in large part to the de minimis provision that allows for $800 of duty free shipments from around the world to enter the U.S. Those packages do not face the same scrutiny as those coming in from formal entry. Christa…
A Customs investigation prompted by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) suggests Southeast Asian exporters of kitchen and bath cabinetry and vanities are picking up where the mainland Chinese left off.
Nippon Steel’s US Steel Corporation Offer Should Be Killed, CPA Board Member Bill Jones Believes. Here’s Why.
The world’s fourth largest steel producer – Nippon Steel of Japan – made an offer to buy the third largest steelmaker in the U.S., U.S. Steel Corporation, in an all cash purchase priced at $55 a share in December, nearly double the company’s share price from early August.
The U.S. trade deficit fell by 2% in November over the previous month, with both exports and imports relatively flat ahead of the holiday season.
Supply chains are still in the hands of Chinese companies but have been “rejiggered” to Vietnam and elsewhere.
A CPA rebuttal to a WSJ Editorial Team op-ed on Jan. 2 bemoaning China tariffs by both Biden and Trump.
After roughly two years of back and forth on opening more markets to free trade between the U.S. and U.K., both sides have given up. Why that’s a good thing.
China can count on Corporate America for huge support on Capitol Hill. And that’s becoming a big problem for policy makers, Hudson Institute says.