Automobile tariffs

Elon Musk, United Auto Workers Agree: Tariffs Needed to Save American Car Industry

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.

Reshoring Generic Drugs

Study Finds Over 90% of all Generic Drugs Dependent on Imports

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.

UFLPA De Minimis

Uyghur Forced Labor Law Faces Formidable Opponent With De Minimis Rule In Place, Homeland, Customs Tells House Hearing

The roughly two-year-old Uyghur Forced Labor Law (UFLPA) may be pushing a boulder uphill thanks in large part to the de minimis provision that allows for $800 of duty free shipments from around the world to enter the U.S. Those packages do not face the same scrutiny as those coming in from formal entry. Christa…