Big trouble in China as Washington increasingly warns American businesses to “stay at your own risks”.
Tariffs — and China risks — have helped U.S. reshore and led to more investments in production, shifting the decades old focus away from offshoring.
John Kerry Grilled by House Foreign Affairs GOP on China Solar; Democrat Ranking Member Calls for Reshoring
In hearing on climate policies, leader John Kerry was taken to task over China solar and says climate does not trump human rights violations.
The Congressional-Executive Committee on China says Temu, and even Nike, likely benefit from forced labor. Why the Uyghur Forced Labor law is vulnerable.
The House Ways & Means Committee hears from farmers who still say that, despite free trade deals with Mexico and Canada, some products still blocked.
The U.S. has passed laws promoting the use of electric vehicles and battery manufacturing. But where will all the raw materials come from?
The U.S. trade deficit remains on par to crack $1 trillion again. Meanwhile, a soft decoupling from China can be seen in the latest trade data.
The China tariffs, enacted by Lighthizer under Trump, are under review later this year. Will they stay or will they go? Lighthizer thinks they should stay…with more tariffs added.
Don’t blame the China tariffs on inflation. Supply chain snafus were a much bigger deal, a Federal Reserve report says.
At National Press Club, Katherine Tai talks about supply chain issues, what ‘de-risking’ from China might look like, and how USTR thinks about it.