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 Olympics are showing why we need capital market sanctions against China’s human rights abusers. Americans can’t buy Anta Sports gear if made from Xinjiang cotton. So why can Wall Street buy Anta’s shares?
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.
A look at a detailed report by Horizon Advisory on the U.S. corporations funding and supporting the rise of the Chinese Communist Party, and America’s biggest rival economy.
The House Select Committee on Climate Change had the solar import lobby talking up domestic manufacturing while advocating for the removal of solar safeguards. They cannot have both.
The House Ways & Means Committee wants to lower the de minimis price threshold from the current $800 level. Here’s why it makes sense for them to do that.
The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission hear from panelists last week in a hearing to discuss the 20th Party Congress, Xi’s inner circle, and a strong belief in Beijing that Western capital and business won’t abandon China.
Over the last 10 days, many Republicans and Democrats have expressed their fealty to multinational corporations and their desire to end the China trade war. A review of some bad decisions by Congress.
by Jeff Ferry and David Morse Jeff Ferry is chief economist and David Morse is tax policy director at the Coalition for a Prosperous America. They thank Mary Hollenbeck for her data collection and additional research for this article.In this article, Ferry and Morse examine the advantages and disadvantages of pillar 1 of the OECD…
As the Winter Olympics approach, it is worth asking — why are so many in the sports world so willing to do China’s bidding, even in their home country?