To sidestep the business communities concern over sanctions, Washington must include moves to re-industrialize. If not, U.S. rivals can easily choke supply chains.
WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today released a statement after LG Electronics Inc. announced it was exiting the global solar panel business, a decision that will impact 160 employees and roughly 60 contract workers at LG’s corporate campus in Huntsville, Alabama, where the company has been assembling solar panels since 2018.…
The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission recently heard from 9 panelists who all agreed: China is still stealing intellectual property.
A look at some of the companies seeking Section 301 tariff exclusions. Companies that are merely Made in China distributors should not be given any breaks.
Over the last two months, over 100 members of Congress from both parties have called for the removal or weakening of China import tariffs.
The Section 232s received another makeover. This time in Japan. The deal removes tariffs but caps what they can export to the U.S. and includes previously exempt volumes in the new tariff rate quota.
The Congressional-Executive Commission on China says American corporations are ‘complicit’ in China’s human rights violations.
WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today called on the Biden administration to fully implement all tariffs the U.S. government imposed on China pursuant to Section 301 of the 1974 Trade Act in light of China’s violation of the Phase One deal. As part of this enforceable agreement, China pledged to increase…
WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) released a statement in support of a petition filed by Auxin Solar, Inc., a U.S. headquartered company that manufactures solely in America, requesting that the U.S. Department of Commerce close a loophole that is being exploited by Chinese companies operating in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia…
The U.S. broke the trade deficit sound barrier in 2021, hitting $1.09 trillion. Why tariff policy isn’t enough to stem the tide of imports.