The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission hears from three witnesses who say don’t pick on China when it’s down.
This past May in, testimony before the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), CPA’s Roger Robinson, Jr. delivered a comprehensive examination of how U.S. investor capital is being used to fund China’s malign activities that directly threaten U.S. economic and national security.
Recently, we’ve seen a barrage of attacks on the pro-manufacturing policies enacted by Congress in the past two years. According to The Economist magazine, the world is supposedly in the grip of a manufacturing delusion. There is no delusion. On the contrary, it is a delusion to believe that a nation in the 21st century…
Last month, the Wall Street Journal published an attack on Joe Biden’s industrial policies arguing that Bidenomics “needs more…economic theory or research.” This theme has been picked up by numerous other media publications. Economist and former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers appeared on a Peterson Institute video to argue that restrictions on free trade, such as…
Some 66% of Americans say we should keep tariffs on China.
If Washington hopes to launch a viable domestic solar industry, it must fully enforce U.S. trade laws and confront China’s continuing attempts to suffocate America’s solar industry.
It’s time for Congress to force the issue — and condition access to America’s financial markets on ending corporate complicity in China’s egregious human rights abuses.
After a July report by Reuters saying Chinese securities commissioners were banning companies from risk disclosures, Sen. Rubio calls for SEC action.
Background De minimis is a regulatory loophole. It was morphed from a tiny customs administrative exception into a backdoor superhighway through our ports. The regulatory changes to de minimis enabled overseas vendors around the world to ship directly to American citizens, currently to the tune of two million per day. And they do this without…
It’s not Washington’s job to protect the investments that companies make in China. But it should be a priority of Congress to ensure that U.S. industrial policies, like the CHIPS Act, can benefit our companies and our workers.