The Ranking Member of the House Financial Services Committee calls for more details about Silicon Valley’s China portfolio.
CPA Applauds Letter from Senators Ossoff, Brown, Rubio, Rev. Warnock Calling for Increased Tariffs on Imported Chinese Solar Products
The Senators argued China’s heavily subsidized products are hurting U.S. efforts to reshore domestic solar manufacturing — a key energy security goal.
Should the Chinese EV battery making company Gotion High-Tech get benefits under the Inflation Reduction Act? Rep. John Moolenaar wants to know.
China recently became the world’s largest car exporter, and by all accounts their global market share will keep expanding. One silver lining, at least, is that more and more leaders are figuring out that absent tariff increases, our nation will become a slave to foreign nations that do prioritize production.
The Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Innovation Center (APIIC), a consortium of biotechnology industry, policy and academic leaders, said in a whitepaper released to the media on Jan. 24, that reshoring the manufacture of essential, life-saving pharmaceuticals was urgently needed.
It’s time to stop the destruction of American industry and innovation, the loss of high-paying manufacturing jobs, and the collapse of communities. We must stop importing more goods than we export, leaving us deeply indebted to our trading partners.
Homeland Security and U.S. Customs face a daunting task in policing the millions of packages full of textile fabrics and apparel that come into the country duty free. They know it. What can be done about it, is the question.
The capacity for China to overproduce anything is legion. This is especially true for big ticket items sold around the world, from cars to steel to China’s top green tech product line – solar cells and modules.
Nelson Cunningham would be the second in command at the USTR after Katherine Tai in his role as Deputy United States Trade Representative.
U.S. imports of steel conduit from Mexico have exploded since 2017.