Canada said it will no longer grant Russia “normal trade relations” status and the EU is moving in that direction. The U.S. might be next.
The Oregon congressman remains steadfast in keeping his de minimis bill in a compromised House/Senate bill that will ultimately merge USICA with the COMPETES Act.
The International Trade Commission hears from real-life stakeholders — blue-collar manufacturing workers — about how globalization has negatively impacted their wages and communities.
Should Washington move to sanction China for “aiding and abetting” Russia’s military operation in Ukraine? If more sanctions are imposed on anyone, Washington must make rebuilding supply chains domestically a core part of that policy to reindustrialize the U.S.
China-Russia axis poses serious threat to U.S. national and economic security.
To sidestep the business communities concern over sanctions, Washington must include moves to re-industrialize. If not, U.S. rivals can easily choke supply chains.
The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission recently heard from 9 panelists who all agreed: China is still stealing intellectual property.
A look at some of the companies seeking Section 301 tariff exclusions. Companies that are merely Made in China distributors should not be given any breaks.
Over the last two months, over 100 members of Congress from both parties have called for the removal or weakening of China import tariffs.
The Section 232s received another makeover. This time in Japan. The deal removes tariffs but caps what they can export to the U.S. and includes previously exempt volumes in the new tariff rate quota.