Should China be allowed to buy U.S. farmland? What about agribusiness operations that are near military installments?
Another day, another hearing on China on Capitol Hill. The House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing on Feb. 28 titled “Combatting the Generational Challenge of CCP Aggression”, with the main topic members and witnesses from the State and Commerce departments being export controls. Lastly, “decoupling” was brought up by Chairman Michael McFaul (R-TX) and…
The U.S. posted its usual trade deficit for the month of January. A look at what we buy, and who we buy it from.
New monthly index tracks currency misalignment based on latest market rates Dollar is 11.2% overvalued Japanese yen 27.7% undervalued Chinese yuan 18.9% undervalued CMM is a partnership between the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) and the Blue Collar Dollar Institute (BCDI). Today we are launching our Currency Misalignment Monitor (CMM). The CMM uses the…
Former President Trump says the U.S. needs universal tariffs to fix trade imbalances with the world. And says China should no longer be on the Most Favored Nation trade list, giving it nearly duty-free access to the U.S. for thousands of products.
Rep. Jason Smith puts globalist companies on notice for profit shifting. Says Chairmanship at House Ways & Means will focus on “shoring up” supply chains.
Key Points The U.S. goods trade deficit ballooned to $1.19 trillion in 2022, an increase of 9% from the previous year. This is a U.S. and world record. Imports of electronic goods, machinery & appliances, and vehicles account for more than half of the trade deficit. While China continues to be the leading source of…
A look at what states are banning Chinese tech companies like Lenovo, and why more are following this trend started by the state of Georgia.
The Senate Commerce Committee takes the little known, and even less understood, Pharmacy Benefit Manager industry to task for high drug costs.
China ran a record-high trade surplus in 2022 of $878 billion, equivalent to about 4.8% of its GDP.