What’s in Biden’s corporate tax plan? The good news is that it looks like small and mid-sized businesses will be left unscathed.
We are heading for a trillion-dollar deficit this year in manufactured goods unless some serious import substitution takes place.
With jobs being added back to the U.S. economy after nearly a year of economic restrictions, higher paying wages are leading to an improvement in the Job Quality Index. The index, created by researchers and economists from Cornell University and the Coalition for a Prosperous America hit 81.99 in March, up by 0.48% from its…
It’s time for Elizabeth Warren to re-introduce her pharmaceutical supply chain legislation.
A new bill in the Senate seeks to prevent China solar imports, especially for publicly funded solar installations.
China’s duty-free import scheme may look like a desperation move, but it will facilitate massive purchasing and inventory build-out for China semiconductor companies looking to ramp up fast.
State Department says, in writing, that China is committing genocide.
Intel announced last week it will spend $20 billion building two new fabs in Arizona to take it into the foundry business, aiming to make chips for large, important customers like Apple, Microsoft or Qualcomm. That’s good news, but it doesn’t solve the fundamental problem of US dependency on Asia for the manufacture of chips.…
Suez Canal blockage another blow to Asia-centric supply chains.
If the White House believes we are facing a climate emergency, then the Biden administration will have to work overtime explaining why outsourcing pollution to China is a good idea. We can produce those goods here, with a smaller carbon footprint.