At a hearing by the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission, panelists agree that removing China from its Permanent Normal Trade Relations status with the U.S. is not (yet) in the cards.
By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel An upcoming vote in Congress will be on par with the 2001 decision to grant China Permanent Normal Trade Relations. And Senate Finance Republicans are supporting it. They need to see the light.
A stalwart and a titan of American manufacturing, Roddey Dowd Jr., wins the Coalition for a Prosperous America’s Industry Leader Award.
Mike Pompeo, former Secretary of State under President Trump, was the keynote speaker at CPA’s annual meeting on April 5, 2022. Here is what he told the gathering.
Ex-World Banker John Hansen explains why a strong dollar might not be as good as the Washington-Wall Street consensus would have us think.
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.
Seventy-five years after the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade that led to the WTO, how has it turned out for the U.S.?