How a Big U.S. Chip Maker Gave China the ‘Keys to the Kingdom’

Editors note: Another example where U.S. multinational interests do not align with national interests. Advanced Micro Devices revived its fortunes through the deal, and sparked a national-security battle [By Kate O’Keeffe and Brian Spegele | June 27, 2019 | WSJ] Advanced Micro Devices Inc. AMD 3.92% transformed itself from a financially struggling company to an investor’s dream in just three years, a…

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China’s threat to U.S. energy independence

Editor’s Note: Roger Simmermaker, a CPA member, explains how China is taking over the supply chain serving the energy industry, further evidence why they cannot be trusted to stop cheating.  Exclusive: Roger Simmermaker takes on trade war issues [Roger Simmermaker | June 28, 2019 | WND] Many Americans tend to think of the U.S.-China trade war…

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Comments on Proposed Modification of Regulations Regarding Benefit and Specificity in Countervailing Duty Proceedings

Editor’s note: CPA submitted the following comments supporting a recent Department of Commerce proposal to classify currency manipulation as a countervailable subsidy under US trade laws. CPA has long supported legislation on this topic, but now Commerce intends to achieve this end through regulation. Modification of Regulations Regarding Benefit and Specificity in Countervailing Duty Proceedings July 27,…

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