The International Trade Commission held its seventh roundtable discussion on the impacts of foreign trade on American workers and manufacturing. CPA Chairman Zach Mottl was one of the speakers.
It sounded like the 1980s in Congress this week. Free trade and open markets were all the rage in a Senate Finance Committee hearing and a House Ways and Means Committee hearing with America’s top trade diplomat, Katherine Tai.
Black workers in Detroit have been “devastated” by globalization. A few Michigan steelworkers give the International Trade Commission an earful on offshoring in the latest series on how trade impacts local communities.
Revere Copper of Rome, NY to boost its copper production capacity by around 30 million tons. Their timing couldn’t be better.
A House committee hearing on the FDA focused on diversity in clinical trials, fast approval for cancer drugs, and no word on foreign vs domestic generic pharmaceutical labs.
The U.S. already has near-zero tariffs with the U.K. What do we need a free trade deal for? A CPA study shows its impact on the U.S. economy.
Sen. Tina Smith’s bill to provide $500 million in grants for domestic pharmaceutical manufacturers passes with flying colors and will be part of PREVENT Pandemics Act.
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce discussed the future of electric vehicles, the infrastructure required to get them on the road, and deep concerns regarding energy security.
January trade figures show 2022 is starting off with the largest-ever trade gap between the U.S. and other countries.
President Biden is set to increase the amount of domestic content required under government procurement in the Buy American Act.