Amazon’s cloud service company isn’t breaking any laws. But is really okay for AWS to provide cloud computing to the Pentagon and China defense contractors?
CPA Requests CBP Investigate China’s SHEIN for Exploiting De Minimis Loophole to Import Forced Labor Goods
WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) urged U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to investigate SHEIN, the Chinese company dominating fast fashion online retail, for exploiting the de minimis loophole to import clothing products suspected of being made with cotton produced in Xinjiang with forced labor. Currently, CBP does not receive even…
Pelosi, Schumer Join Cornyn and Casey in Calling for Executive Order on Outbound Investment WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today applauded a bipartisan, bicameral letter to President Joe Biden requesting the administration take immediate action to safeguard national security and supply chain resiliency on outbound investments to foreign adversaries like…
Washington proves to be more hawkish on China than Wall Street. Especially in the House of Representatives. A look at a recent House Financial Services Committee meeting.
Some in the Senate, like Sen. Bob Casey, say Washington needs to monitor what type of investment corporate America is making in China.
A CPA poll conducted by Morning Consult show that Americans wonder where their beef comes from. Bought it locally? Maybe it came from Brazil.
The UN Uyghur report called the situation in Xinjiang an international human rights crime. Who will be first to sue? And why are Vanguard and BlackRock allowed to invest in banned companies?
CPA economist Jeff Ferry talks about IPEF. What should Washington focus on, and what they should outright avoid.
Biden Administration Should Address Outbound Investment Risks WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today released a statement regarding the Biden administration’s Executive Order to strengthen the federal government’s authority to block Chinese investment in technology in the United States and limit the Chinese Communist Party’s access to private data on American citizens.…
South Korea does not like the Inflation Reduction Act’s special treatment of North American-made EVs. What can Washington do about it?