CPA Op-ed: Tariffs on Chinese goods should increase despite talks

Trump administration officials have just returned from Beijing after two days of talks meant to resolve China’s aggressive trade and economic cheating. Op-ed by Michael Stumo, CEO of CPA, originally appeared on January 12, 2019 in the Hill President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed last month in Buenos Aires to pursue negotiations regarding forced technology transfer,…

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Ways & Means to determine trade panel’s leadership next week

Editors note: Representative Blumenauer has more globalist views of trade policy. Representative Pascrell has stronger fair trade/trade hawk views in comparison. The House Ways & Means Committee will elect its trade subcommittee leadership next week, several members told Inside U.S. Trade on Thursday. [Isabelle Hoagland |January 10, 2019 | Inside US Trade] Democratic Reps. Earl Blumenauer (OR)…

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Trump might win his trade war with China

Editor’s note: This article, written by a “blue collar conservative”, shows the trade policy divide within the GOP in relation to the globalist conservatives.  Trade talks between China and the United States concluded this week with every indication that a deal can be had. Success is still far from a foregone conclusion, and the thorny international issues…

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