A House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing this week on climate change discusses the prevalence of green finance. And a growing distrust over China’s commitments and its solar supply chain, especially in Xinjiang.
A House committee hearing on the impact of the supply crisis on small businesses left out one key solution: import less, make more here.
By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel Regrettably, the Biden Administration announced last week that they’re open to tariff cuts to imports of Made-in-China merchandise. First up are 549 different products, mostly machinery and technology products. But more may be coming. Ambassador Tai stated in her recent speech at the Center for Strategic and International Studies…
In speaking for the Biden administration this week at a conference at think tank CSIS in Washington, Katherine Tai said she didn’t want to “inflame relations” with China. Why this attitude gets us nowhere but towards the China-centric, pre-trade war status quo.
The Last Word | A Return to American Made By Greg Owens Steel is in short supply in the U.S. and prices are surging, which drives up costs and squeezes profits. U.S. steel prices are 68% higher than the global market price and almost double China’s. The price gap is so wide that even with…
CPA member Doug Berger started Industry Reimagined 2030 this year. Here is how he imagines it. Hint: he doesn’t think the government can fully protect us, or throw money our way forever. Something else has to be done.
The Mexican & Guatemalan governments are working against their own peoples’ interests. Rather than weakening our rules of origin, North American leaders should be united in recapturing market share lost to China.
What appears to be a coordinated strategy between China and importers of their solar panels is taking place at the moment, trying to convince Washington to let tariffs expire next year and stop any potential dumping investigation into Southeast Asia’s newfound love for solar panel manufacturing.
What are VIE’s? Here’s a primer on the China Enron-like strategy to rope in American investors, both small and large, to help fund their companies and take on the big financial and regulatory risks of doing so.
Florida Rep. Michael Waltz went after China and its Olympic sponsors. He won some battles, lost others. But what came to light was the fact that some leaders believe decoupling from China is unwise.