Senior Republicans Pushing Trade Bill to Disarm America, Serve CCP and Multinationals

By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel The American people don’t want to be dependent on China for things we need. But some senior Republicans in Congress continue to choose multinational corporations over Americans. By extension, they’re also choosing multinationals’ fealties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The current GOP troubles started last summer, when Senator…

POLL: Majority of Voters Oppose Candidates that Support Importing Chinese Solar Panels

90% of voters think the U.S. should manufacture renewable energy domestically 70% say the U.S. should not be dependent on China and Chinese-controlled factories in Southeast Asia for solar imports Forced labor and coal use in Chinese solar supply chains, and U.S. taxpayer dollars funding purchases of Chinese solar equipment are top concerns among voters…

CPA Urges Secretary Yellen to Protect U.S. Investors from Risky, Dangerous Chinese A-share Investments

WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous (CPA) urged Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen to take action to protect U.S. retail investors and pensioners from risky, dangerous Chinese A-share companies that are available via certain investment products like Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and other index funds. In December 2020, Congress passed the Holding Foreign Companies…

CPA Letter to Secretary Yellen Regarding Protecting American Investors from Risky, Dangerous A-Share Investments in Chinese Companies

CPA sent the following letter to Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen urging her to take action to protect American investors from risky and dangerous investments in Chinese A-share companies. Dear Secretary Yellen, We write to draw attention to the troubling continuation of U.S. investment in problematic – and often officially sanctioned – Chinese…

JQI Rises Slightly Amid Disappointing Monthly Job Growth

WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today announced that the U.S. Private Sector Job Quality Index (JQI) rose marginally to 81.17 in December, up 0.08% from the previous month, reflecting slightly faster growth in high-wage jobs than low-wage in the month. The small rise of the JQI was driven mainly by growth…