The Senate Finance Committee held a hearing on the one-year anniversary of the USMCA. U.S Steelworkers Union, and others, say where the new NAFTA is working, and where it’s not.
Both houses of Congress have bills that have passed committees, easily, in regard to building domestic supply of personal protective equipment for medical staff. These bills need to hit the floor so President Biden can sign them. But, more importantly, Buy American provisions face serious WTO risk, making all of this action moot.
The post-pandemic recovery is becoming a China jobs program. Ports swamped with e-commerce shipments as China expands digital presence here.
Biden administration official Brian Deese talks about ‘Five Pillars’ to Build Back Better Post-Pandemic, and a national strategy to reindustrialize.
Some free trader Senators are still trying to revive the Trans-Pacific Partnership. New USTR nominees say to counter China, we need to “work with allies” in Asia. Fine. But TPP is not the answer.
China’s fast-fashion company Shein is the epitome of the new direct-to-China retail model. Unless de minimis trade rules are changed to match China’s the merger of the U.S. and China virtual economies will have a devastating impact on retail, manufacturing, and commercial real estate nationwide.
Doug Berger of Industry Reimagined 2030 joins Ken Rapoza in Coalition Conversations. Join us as they talk about shifting the national narrative of US industry from a prevailing view of ‘inevitable decline’ to one of ‘vibrant opportunity.’ They discuss industry driven approaches aimed at reaching mainstream companies becoming import competitive, localizing supply chains and reducing…
American textile companies geared up to make masks and hospital gear at the height of the pandemic. Now China is bombarding the US with products.
Senators Tammy Baldwin, Chuck Schumer, and others want consumers to know where goods sold online were manufactured. Big Retail wants the language removed from the Endless Frontier Act. What are they so worried about?
Rome, NY-based Revere Copper was started by Paul Revere. It’s still alive. Here’s what it’s up against.