Senators turn up the heat on President Biden on solar. China importers get two more Senators to sign on to pro-importer note to White House to remove tariffs by Feb. 7.
The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention law officially made “caring about the Uyghurs” top of mind for any business with a China supply chain.
The Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee wants to make China pay for its record-breaking e-commerce sales to the U.S. sold on platforms like Amazon and new China-owned retailers like Shein. He introduced a bill to make it happen.
A House Agriculture Committee hearing on January 12 raises concerns about the EV supply chain, tax credits, and government mandates that might possibly leave rural America behind.
By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel The American people don’t want to be dependent on China for things we need. But some senior Republicans in Congress continue to choose multinational corporations over Americans. By extension, they’re also choosing multinationals’ fealties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The current GOP troubles started last summer, when Senator…
On February 7, Biden will choose between China’s solar industry and the American-made one. Registered voters have already made their decision.
In part two of a two-part series on the USTR hearing on the solar safeguard extension, a look at what solar manufacturers and the opposition told the Trade Committee as they wait for President Biden’s word on tariffs.
With consumer price inflation (CPI) running at 6.8% as of November 2021, many importers are trying to use inflation as an excuse for repealing the tariffs enacted by former President Donald Trump and continued by President Joe Biden. This is special interest pleading and bad economics. A close look at the state of the U.S.…
The USTR recently held a hearing among stakeholders regarding the extension of the Section 201 safeguard tariffs for solar. Here’s an overview of what’s at stake and why John Kerry is the Joker’s Wild.
The U.S. will break a $1 trillion goods trade deficit with the world this year. Neither pandemic, nor supply chain bottlenecks, nor trade war tariffs could stop it as tariff circumvention to SE Asia and a strong dollar make importing easy.