Recent WTO insider Dennis Shea talks about Europe, China and the role the troubled organization will play in Washington.
Three members of Congress representing both parties are writing legislation to help domestic enterprises post-pandemic.
Customs says there is no ‘silver bullet’ to stopping the flood of fraudulent goods, or goods made from forced labor in Xinjiang, China. Meanwhile, Germany-owned Hugo Boss says they’ll still be Xinjiang cotton buyers.
Former Reagan staffer and globalization watchdog, Clyde Prestowitz talks about his new book: “The World Turned Upside: America, China and the Struggle for Global Leadership.”
Walmart follows in Amazon’s footsteps and opens doors to direct China business to American consumer retail on its platform. At this point, retail giants Amazon and Walmart are like King Kong versus Godzilla, stomping and breathing fire all over a bunch of hapless villagers who didn’t ask for the drama, but are surely to be…
American companies increasingly feel like they have Washington’s ear on issues of fair trade and non-market based competition.
In the third day of the CPA Annual Conference, new tech might need a White Knight.
On day two of the CPA Annual Conference, three members of Congress tout origin labeling on everything from food to leather boots. More importantly, a call to fix Buy American Act rules once and for all.
Some are getting nervous about new tax hikes to corporate income. Sales Factor Apportionment makes it harder for big corporations to avoid taxes by establishing headquarters in fiscal paradises.
On day two of the CPA Annual Conference, Mike Dolan of the Teamsters recants the anti-globalist origin story and everybody loves it.