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.
Canada said it will no longer grant Russia “normal trade relations” status and the EU is moving in that direction. The U.S. might be next.
The Oregon congressman remains steadfast in keeping his de minimis bill in a compromised House/Senate bill that will ultimately merge USICA with the COMPETES Act.
The International Trade Commission hears from real-life stakeholders — blue-collar manufacturing workers — about how globalization has negatively impacted their wages and communities.
The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission recently heard from 9 panelists who all agreed: China is still stealing intellectual property.
The Section 232s received another makeover. This time in Japan. The deal removes tariffs but caps what they can export to the U.S. and includes previously exempt volumes in the new tariff rate quota.
The Congressional-Executive Commission on China says American corporations are ‘complicit’ in China’s human rights violations.
The U.S. broke the trade deficit sound barrier in 2021, hitting $1.09 trillion. Why tariff policy isn’t enough to stem the tide of imports.
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce discussed FDA’s user fee budget and what can be done to reshore more of the pharmaceutical industry.