A Boston Celtics player gets the NBA team in trouble in China. But Enes Kanter is showing companies what is truly at stake if they dare go against a CCP narrative.
A House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing this week on climate change discusses the prevalence of green finance. And a growing distrust over China’s commitments and its solar supply chain, especially in Xinjiang.
A senior Chinese official told the U.S. China Business Council that the U.S. and China should partner on EVs and biotech. The private sector can do what it wants. But Washington should not take Beijing up on this offer.
China’s energy rationing hurts American supply chains already in trouble. Diversification away from China should continue full speed ahead for anyone concerned with economic security.
By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel Regrettably, the Biden Administration announced last week that they’re open to tariff cuts to imports of Made-in-China merchandise. First up are 549 different products, mostly machinery and technology products. But more may be coming. Ambassador Tai stated in her recent speech at the Center for Strategic and International Studies…
In speaking for the Biden administration this week at a conference at think tank CSIS in Washington, Katherine Tai said she didn’t want to “inflame relations” with China. Why this attitude gets us nowhere but towards the China-centric, pre-trade war status quo.
The Last Word | A Return to American Made By Greg Owens Steel is in short supply in the U.S. and prices are surging, which drives up costs and squeezes profits. U.S. steel prices are 68% higher than the global market price and almost double China’s. The price gap is so wide that even with…
Katherine Tai spoke to CSIS this week about China. Some takeaways were better than others.
US Trade Representative Katherine Tai says Trump-era tariffs are effective against China. We expect fervent corporate pushback in the months ahead as Phase One trade deal expires, as well as other tariffs next spring.
What appears to be a coordinated strategy between China and importers of their solar panels is taking place at the moment, trying to convince Washington to let tariffs expire next year and stop any potential dumping investigation into Southeast Asia’s newfound love for solar panel manufacturing.