The trade deficit is financing China’s rise, some members of the House Ways & Means Subcommittee on Trade say. What’s at stake? Is it fixable?
Will the Inflation Reduction Act further solidify Chinese multinationals as the indisputable champions of global ‘green tech’ manufacturing?
De minimis becomes topic of discussion at this week’s Congressional-Executive China Commission. CPA submits a letter on the issue calling for changes to the duty-free rule.
China Commission Warns of China’s Near Parity with US In Advanced Tech; Doubts Export Restrictions Are Working
The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission heard from 10 witnesses in a hearing on China’s defense tech. In some areas, from hypersonic missiles to drones, China is way ahead of us.
What the U.S. trade deficit for February is telling us about American supply chains, and dollar strength due to rising interest rates.
A review of last week’s House Select Committee on the CCP. In the latest, the Uyghur Forced Labor Law, and how banned products are still sold here.
Members of the Senate Finance Committee try convincing USTR Katherine Tai of the importance of free trade. She explains why, and where, that might not work.
A Senate hearing on pharmaceutical shortages discusses America’s dependence on India and China, and what can be done to reshore.
Two bills circulating in the Senate want to repeal China’s Most Favored Nation trading status. CPA trade lawyer Charles Benoit explains what it means.
House China Committee talks China. No war talk. But plenty of worry. What was said at the first ever hearing, one of Capitol Hill’s best hearings this year.