The proposed acquisition of U.S. Steel by Japan’s Nippon Steel has understandably generated controversy and concern. At a gut-level, it feels wrong to many Americans.
China’s predatory auto industry is a direct threat to American auto manufacturers and the hundreds of thousands of hard-working men and women that rely on this critical industry.
An alarming new report from Horizon Advisory details China’s distortion of the global solar industry and how that threatens the national and economic security of the United States as it “risks making the United States dependent, and dependent on an adversary, for a strategic, future energy source.”
As imports from China rise, the native auto industry will whither at a time when a new auto industry is being born. Call it an opportunity lost.
The expert witness testimony made it clear that U.S. labs were treated differently than foreign ones, and despite increases in hiring at the FDA over the years, lawmakers have a lot to be concerned about when it comes to the FDA conducting proper oversight of foreign manufacturing facilities.
A Customs investigation prompted by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) suggests Southeast Asian exporters of kitchen and bath cabinetry and vanities are picking up where the mainland Chinese left off.
by MICHAEL STUMO For the first time, the United States has become dependent on other countries for food. Even though U.S. farms continue to produce cereals and grains, America’s reliance on imported meats, fruits and vegetables is surging. It doesn’t have to be this way — the United States could grow its food and support…
It is delusional to believe that a 21st century nation can achieve sustained economic growth and a thriving middle-class without manufacturing.
Unless Mexico immediately adheres to its 2019 steel obligations, the U.S. should reimpose Section 232 tariffs on Mexican steel imports.
Should Amazon, Other Online Retailers, Let Consumers Finally Know Where Their Products Come From in 2023?
Online retailers don’t have to post where their products are made. Country of Origin labeling online would help people find US alternatives to imports.