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.
Defense Authorization: House Armed Services Committee ‘Buy American’ Debate Shows Some Still Believe Americans Make Things
The recent and ongoing National Defense Authorization Act was an emotional debate over Buy America provisions. Where do our Congressional leaders come down on this issue? Do local manufacturers have any allies in Washington?
The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission discusses market sanctions, and the growing geopolitical risks associated with conducting business in China.
By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel All nations with a domestic car industry want to come out ahead in the transition to electric vehicles (EVs). But the truth is there will be winners and losers. Some are playing to win, and others aren’t. In this article, we’re going to take a look at India, a…
The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission held a hearing on September 8 that called into question the wisdom of Wall Street investing in China. As Washington rethinks China’s access to our capital markets, Beijing may be looking to get out before it’s kicked out.
In a two-part series of the National Defense Authorization Act mark-up in the House, part one looks at the Buy American Act for Navy ships: who voted in favor of it, and who did not?
Domestic solar manufacturers are staging a comeback. Here’s a look at what tariffs have meant for investment in this space, and a looming threat ahead that could undermine all of it.
Thanks to currencies worth peanuts, and weak environmental rules, China has turned three SE Asian nations into their solar-making vassal states. The 20% tariff against them is not enough. Here’s what Washington needs to do if it wants a domestic solar industry.