A look at a detailed report by Horizon Advisory on the U.S. corporations funding and supporting the rise of the Chinese Communist Party, and America’s biggest rival economy.
The House Ways & Means Committee wants to lower the de minimis price threshold from the current $800 level. Here’s why it makes sense for them to do that.
Over the last 10 days, many Republicans and Democrats have expressed their fealty to multinational corporations and their desire to end the China trade war. A review of some bad decisions by Congress.
As the Winter Olympics approach, it is worth asking — why are so many in the sports world so willing to do China’s bidding, even in their home country?
By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel The American people don’t want to be dependent on China for things we need. But some senior Republicans in Congress continue to choose multinational corporations over Americans. By extension, they’re also choosing multinationals’ fealties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The current GOP troubles started last summer, when Senator…
On February 7, Biden will choose between China’s solar industry and the American-made one. Registered voters have already made their decision.
In part two of a two-part series on the USTR hearing on the solar safeguard extension, a look at what solar manufacturers and the opposition told the Trade Committee as they wait for President Biden’s word on tariffs.
The USTR recently held a hearing among stakeholders regarding the extension of the Section 201 safeguard tariffs for solar. Here’s an overview of what’s at stake and why John Kerry is the Joker’s Wild.
Auto industry specialist Sandy Munro says China will come to dominate the EV market in the U.S. Here’s how it happens not just here at home, but throughout the entire Americas. If Section 301 tariffs go, it happens even faster.
Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Puts Onus on Corporations. Here Are Their Xinjiang Forced Labor Suppliers.
A look at the Uyghur Forced Labor Act, a recent report by a UK university on “laundering cotton” out of Xinjiang, and whether or not global retailers will really put an end to this once Biden signs the Act into law.