We Need a More Resilient American Economy

Editors note: Sen. Rubio is at the forefront of industrial strategy. We need a “Made in America 2030” strategy to counter Chairman Xi’s “Made in China 2025”. With a sensible industrial policy, workers will take precedence over short-term corporate gain. [Marco Rubio | April 20, 2020 | NY Times] Americans are a resilient people. We…

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Main Street Lending program

CPA is working to keep you up to date on the CARES Act lending programs. Here is additional information that may help your business regarding the new Main Street Lending program and the previously announced Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The PPP is the most popular lending program because the loan is forgiven as you pay…

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Made in America 2030: A Smart Infrastructure and Industrial Strategy Can Make Post-COVID America Stronger

By Jeff Ferry, CPA Chief Economist Abstract As we emerge from the current lockdown and economic freeze, the US economy will need a substantial boost. Congress should respond to this opportunity with a two-part economic rebuilding program we call Made in America 2030. This $5 trillion ten-year program would support the rebuilding of vital American…

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CPA Offers President Hundreds of Companies for COVID Assist

Concern that multinationals tapping global, not domestic, suppliers  Washington. As the United States continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) has identified hundreds of U.S. manufacturers available to produce needed medical equipment. A survey conducted by CPA found more than 600 domestic manufacturers with the capacity and resources to…

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Report: American Companies Are Leaving China

Editors note: COVID will cause the China decoupling trend to massively accelerate.    The coronavirus COVID-19 that originated in China may be the last straw that finally has triggered American companies to exit China. In the Global manufacturing consulting firm Kearney’s seventh annual Reshoring Index released on Tuesday, co-author Patrick Van den Bossche writes: [Hank…

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