Dan Harris, international lawyer at Harris Bricken and founding author of the China Law Blog talks about companies leaving China. Are any coming here?
By Bill Jones Former Senator Phil Gramm’s recent WSJ opinion article “Trump’s Trade War Was a Loser” gets many things wrong about U.S. trade policy. Concerningly, Mr. Gramm makes numerous statements, representations, and conclusions without supporting facts and documentation. While I respect Mr. Gramm’s service to our nation and his passion for promoting his views…
As Congress considers renewal of the program, the marketing has switched to “facilitating supply chain shifts out of China”. This is narrative creation completely untethered to reality.
Tariffs on China led to shrinking imports from there, but not from around the world. Naysayers point out that this means tariff policy failed. But has it?
Treasury sanctioned 70 Chinese defense contractors.Vanguard and BlackRock have somehow found a way to still invest in them.
Tariffs Need To Be Complimentary With Other Policy Tools, Manufacturers Tell House Committee on China
Manufacturers from California, Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio tell Congressmen that more needs to be done to compliment tariffs on China.
The U.S. China Economic & Security Review Commission heard from witnesses about keeping auto tariffs on China, and more incentives for manufacturing to reshore.
The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission hears from three witnesses who say don’t pick on China when it’s down.
By Robby Stephany Saunders The Chinese language abounds with timeless proverbs, but “don’t bite the hand that feeds you” is not one of them. Shortly after threatening “forceful measures” if former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan last year, Beijing warned Capitol Hill of “counter-measures” if it approved a one-billion-dollar arms package for the outgunned…
Some 66% of Americans say we should keep tariffs on China.