Removing trade barriers and reducing U.S. tariffs allowed China’s state-owned enterprises to flood the U.S. with deliberately underpriced goods.
GOP leadership in the House Ways & Means Committee and its trade subcommittee agree the “free trade” Generalized System of Preferences cannot be reauthorized as-is.
Companies are leaving China for Southeast Asia, but in many cases, that doesn’t mean they have stopped doing business with the same Chinese company.
House Science, Space & Technology Committee hears from Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on the progress of CHIPS Act funding. We’re getting there, she said.
A comprehensive new CPA analysis of 927 U.S. cities and towns shows that job loss in manufacturing due to China imports since 2001 has affected almost every community in the U.S., including towns and cities in all fifty states.
Senators from farm states grill Gensler over Climate Disclosure Rule’s Scope 3 provision, which will impact American agricultural producers.
As Congress considers renewal of the program, the marketing has switched to “facilitating supply chain shifts out of China”. This is narrative creation completely untethered to reality.
House Financial Services Committee Chairman comes out against increasing the restrictions on China investment in the U.S. Here’s why other members agreed. Plus, a warning from Maxine Waters on outbound investments to adversarial nations.
Tariffs on China led to shrinking imports from there, but not from around the world. Naysayers point out that this means tariff policy failed. But has it?
China companies top the leader board for EV battery manufacturing. Overcapacity will lead to a glut in EV batteries. It’ll push down prices. It might also push some out of business, especially if based in the U.S. and Europe.