Seventy-five years after the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade that led to the WTO, how has it turned out for the U.S.?
Here’s all we know about how China is really helping Russia. And what will have to happen for Washington to impose sanctions.
Hot wars, trade wars, and global pandemics all reveal how the U.S. economy has grown too dependent on foreign sources for key items needed for economic and national security.
Why are American public schools putting imported apple juice, Chinese peaches and Russia-sourced pollock on the menu?
Should Washington move to sanction China for “aiding and abetting” Russia’s military operation in Ukraine? If more sanctions are imposed on anyone, Washington must make rebuilding supply chains domestically a core part of that policy to reindustrialize the U.S.
Cuba and North Korea don’t receive our Normal Trade Relations; Russian exports should face the same tariffs as they do. By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel Less than 10 years ago, by votes of 92-4 in the U.S. Senate and 365-43 in the House, Congress voted to grant Russia ‘Permanent Normal Trade Relations’ (PNTR). We…
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.
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 Olympics are showing why we need capital market sanctions against China’s human rights abusers. Americans can’t buy Anta Sports gear if made from Xinjiang cotton. So why can Wall Street buy Anta’s shares?