China polysilicon makers get put on the Entity List as one producer is prohibited from selling to the U.S. That means companies that rely on them for their solar supply chain are subject to import bans.
CPA has some ideas on where to go after China if Washington is serious about ‘genocide in Xinjiang’. Start by banning Wall Street money flow into China’s wanton human rights violators.
China’s fast-fashion company Shein is the epitome of the new direct-to-China retail model. Unless de minimis trade rules are changed to match China’s the merger of the U.S. and China virtual economies will have a devastating impact on retail, manufacturing, and commercial real estate nationwide.
Inside the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act sits the unsightly Trade Act of 2021. It is everything that is wrong with an otherwise good bill designed to tackle China.
One of the more problematic aspects of the new Senate bill called the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act is that it puts a massive dent in Section 301 tariffs, aka the China Trade War tariffs. Now industry groups want more tariffs cut.
The trade deficit fell in April as imports from China shrank by $6 billion. That likely won’t be enough to break the $1 trillion goods deficit barrier in 2021.
Big mutual funds run by Vanguard and ETFs run by State Street and BlackRock will have to divest from some China stocks within a year.
If you want to build an inclusive economy, it starts with building things. CPA’s new Minorities Job Quality Index reveals how far behind Blacks and Latinos are versus the baseline. The reason: too many service jobs, not enough manufacturing jobs.
An amendment to the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act (formerly Endless Frontier) is good for beef country of origin labeling, bad for tariffs. Here’s why.
Senators Tammy Baldwin, Chuck Schumer, and others want consumers to know where goods sold online were manufactured. Big Retail wants the language removed from the Endless Frontier Act. What are they so worried about?