A Senate hearing today looked back at our early response to the pandemic. A year later, what went right, what went wrong, and how to re-shore pharma now.
We are heading for a trillion-dollar deficit this year in manufactured goods unless some serious import substitution takes place.
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.
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.
Former Reagan staffer and globalization watchdog, Clyde Prestowitz talks about his new book: “The World Turned Upside: America, China and the Struggle for Global Leadership.”
American companies increasingly feel like they have Washington’s ear on issues of fair trade and non-market based competition.
The Coalition for a Prosperous America kicks off its four-day conference. Where we were, and how’s it going?
We all remember the famous line by Bill Clinton’s campaign advisor James Carville: “It’s the economy, stupid,” he said about what mattered most to voters. The economy still matters, of course, but one of the major fundamentals of the economy is the dollar and it’s non-competitive with the rest of the world. It’s too strong.…