Tariffs on Mexican Cattle Will Restore Lost Opportunities for U.S. Cattle Producers

For Immediate ReleaseJune 6, 2019 Media Contact: Bill Bullard, R-CALF USA CEO  [email protected], (406) 252-2516 Billings, Mont. – According to R-CALF USA, the proposed implementation of a five percent tariff on Mexican imports will benefit U.S. cattle producers. Last year, the R-CALF USA board of directors unanimously called upon President Trump to impose new tariffs…

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Taking on China in this Cold War: An 11 Step Plan

Excerpt. “We must disentangle our supply chain today so that China cannot use economics to leverage better military or geopolitical outcomes.” With President Trump recognizing the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Europe this week, I found myself wondering how the historic giant of that era, Winston Churchill, would view the present day, particularly the West’s…

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China adds Washington Post, Guardian to ‘Great Firewall’ blacklist

Editors note: Trade cheating, currency manipulation, IP theft, concentration camps, and military adventurism were not enough to get American newspapers to support China disengagement. Maybe this will change their minds. Websites of The Washington Post and the Guardian appear to now be blocked in China as the country’s government further tightens its so-called “Great Firewall”…

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Pinkerton: Marco Rubio, Elizabeth Warren, Tucker Carlson, and the Promise of Economic Patriotism

Excerpt: “For all their differences, Rubio and Warren have done something important: They have jointly raised the flag of Economic Patriotism.” When Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts agree on anything, that’s news in and of itself. After all, Rubio’s most recent legislative rating by the left-leaning Americans for Democratic Action is…

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CPA Op-ed: Reliance on foreign mines an environmental and national security risk

Excerpt: “less than half of the minerals used by America’s manufacturers are actually sourced domestically” Americans recently woke up to the news that China is threatening to cut off supplies of “rare earth” metals to the United States. It’s a troubling situation. But such alarming headlines could finally motivate Washington to rectify a longstanding problem…

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You Can’t Trust a Chinese Audit

Editor’s note: CPA has endorsed the EQUITABLE Act discussed by Senator Rubio in this op-ed. A new bill would ensure that U.S.-listed companies comply with American financial reporting rules. [Marco Rubio | June 4, 2019 | WSJ] Two decades after its accession to the World Trade Organization, China still uses its intertwined public and private…

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Tax Changes May be Afoot for Multinational Entities

By David Morse, Tax Policy Associate Director Law 360 reported this week that US Treasury officials believe multinational companies should anticipate new formulas as a part of future taxation. This is good news for companies producing in America who are tired of paying higher tax rates than many multinational enterprises (MNE). The Organization for Economic Cooperation…

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