Rome, NY-based Revere Copper was started by Paul Revere. It’s still alive. Here’s what it’s up against.
McKinsey has turned the corner on the Asia-centric model of globalization. It’s a “now-or-never” moment for US manufacturing. Here’s where CPA sees eye-to-eye.
Recent WTO insider Dennis Shea talks about Europe, China and the role the troubled organization will play in Washington.
American companies increasingly feel like they have Washington’s ear on issues of fair trade and non-market based competition.
The Coalition for a Prosperous America kicks off its four-day conference. Where we were, and how’s it going?
Are steel tariffs bad for America? Nope, says the CEO of Zekelman Industries. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo agrees.
The biggest goods deficit was seen in 2020. Jeff Ferry, Chief Economist; along with Industry Analyst, Ken Rapoza discuss why in this weeks episode of Coalition Conversations. See also The Year in Trade 2020
By Steven L. Byers, PhD, and Jeff Ferry Last year the US registered its largest trade deficit in 12 years and its largest-ever deficit in goods trade. In this article, we review the main trends in US international trade in 2020. The US trade deficit continued to deteriorate in 2020 as it rose to a 12-year…
CPA Trade Counsel argues that if not for tariffs, Volvo wouldn’t be making cars in Charleston. We’d have Buick Envision-type deals of Detroit automakers making in China instead.
By Kenneth Rapoza, CPA Industry Analyst Peter Navarro spoke with the Hudson Institute’s Michael Pillsbury and said economic nationalism is the only way to protect American manufacturing from China. He’s also listed what he calls China’s “Seven Deadly Sins”. White House Trade and Manufacturing Policy director Peter Navarro had a lot of choice words on…