House Financial Services Committee Chairman comes out against increasing the restrictions on China investment in the U.S. Here’s why other members agreed. Plus, a warning from Maxine Waters on outbound investments to adversarial nations.
Tariffs on China led to shrinking imports from there, but not from around the world. Naysayers point out that this means tariff policy failed. But has it?
China companies top the leader board for EV battery manufacturing. Overcapacity will lead to a glut in EV batteries. It’ll push down prices. It might also push some out of business, especially if based in the U.S. and Europe.
Treasury sanctioned 70 Chinese defense contractors.Vanguard and BlackRock have somehow found a way to still invest in them.
As Congress returns to session, some call for new efforts to help struggling nations. Resuming the GSP, however, should not be one of them.
China remains largest source of U.S. trade deficit as gap with China equal to U.S. deficit with Mexico, Canada and Germany combined.
The U.S. dollar fell slightly in our currency model, with overvaluation declining six tenths of a percentage point to 14.6% in this month’s CMM.
Tariffs Need To Be Complimentary With Other Policy Tools, Manufacturers Tell House Committee on China
Manufacturers from California, Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio tell Congressmen that more needs to be done to compliment tariffs on China.
CPA Analysis: Executive Order on Addressing United States Investments in Certain National Security Technologies and Products in Countries of Concern
President Biden’s long-awaited Executive Order (EO) on outbound investment to China, released Wednesday, August 9, 2023, left much to be desired from CPA’s perspective.
The Biden executive order simply doesn’t go far enough — or in a timely enough manner — to address China’s rapid growth in advanced technologies that pose both civilian and military challenges for the United States.