U.S. solar industry getting little to no help from the Biden administration.
Senator Grassley Chooses Foreign Kingdom’s Subsidized Fertilizer Over Florida and Illinois Producers, Abandons Claimed Principles
By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel Last month, President Biden stunned the trade community around the world when he announced a two-year legal immunity from our anti-dumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) laws for solar panels imported from Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand or Vietnam (including Chinese ones that illegally circumvent duties through those countries). International cartels and…
A new index measures the amount of manufactured goods consumed in the U.S. that are made here opposed to imported.
Homeland Security’s report to Congress on June 17 calls out Xinjiang Daqo New Energy, but leaves out its Shanghai operation listed on the NYSE.
Harry Moser of the Reshoring Initiative gives his assessment of America’s reshoring efforts in testimony to the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission.
The White House says more solar imports will help spread environmental justice in the U.S. Is Southeast Asia our new Environmental Justice League?
Voters support locally made solar. So why is the Biden administration giving China companies under investigation for trade violations in SE Asia duty-free access to the U.S.?
Leading customs authorities make the case against de minimis commerce By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel “De minimis” treatment for imports, which is available if the shipper declares the value under $800, cannot be effectively policed, and undermines fundamental fairness. That was the message from top authorities in the customs field at a Washington International…
Senate Republicans, led by Mike Crapo, are willing to give the WTO more power over U.S. trade than the White House.
Solar and steel tariffs helped the industry expand. Here is where the naysayers were wrong about rising prices and market destruction due to anti-dumping charges and other trade remedies.