Chinese solar manufacturers could take advantage of the Inflation Reduction Act’s tax credits by opening plants in the United States.
Once in charge of tech export controls to China, two government employees say the policy is not working as well as it could be. A look back at Tuesday’s China Tech Threat/CPA event on export restrictions on Capitol Hill.
Republican voters support existing tariffs, even extending some of them. Meanwhile, the White House’s worker-centered trade focus approved by big majority of GOP voters.
Kent International CEO Arnold Kamler recently joined Walmart’s “The Huddle with John Furner” podcast to discuss his journey working with the retail giant and shared valuable advice to anyone considering establishing manufacturing assembly in the U.S.
What is the difference between an undergraduate international trade economics class and a graduate-level class? The difference is that in an undergraduate economics class they teach you that the ideal level of tariffs for any country is zero. Free trade rules! But in a graduate-level class, they teach you that tariffs can help a nation…
Yarns and fabrics from Asia are finding their way into the U.S. through a free trade deal that’s not meant for them. Kim Glas of NCTO discusses the impacts.
The deficit fell in August thanks to US crude oil exports and autoparts shipments to Mexico, for example. But overall, the goods deficit rages on and will break $1.03 trillion this year.
Rumor has it the White House is dusting off an old Trump-era idea to do a free trade deal with the UK. Ex-USTR Lighthizer says they found no benefit in one. CPA obviously agrees. Here’s why.
The USTR wants a worker-centered trade policy. The Coalition for a Prosperous America gave them some ideas.
The October Currency Misalignment Monitor shows that dollar overvaluation rose yet again last month, reaching 15.8% against the basket of 33 other currencies included in our model.