Wire Rod and Rebar Imports Surge from Mexico, Violating 2019 Agreement

Key Points Steel imports from Mexico have surged in recent years. Some steel products, such as rebar have increased by several thousand percent over previous import levels. Mexico has violated the 2019 U.S.-Mexico agreement to maintain steel imports at past levels. The agreement was made when Mexico was exempted from the 25% steel tariffs under…

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New CPA/CTT Cash Over Country Report Exposes American Companies Profiting From Deals with China’s Legacy Semiconductor Industry

Tighter export controls, use of CHIPS Act can halt China’s strategy to dominate global market WASHINGTON — A new report, titled Cash Over Country, co-written by the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) and China Tech Threat (CTT) details how three leading American semiconductor equipment manufacturers (SEMs)—Applied Materials, KLA and Lam Research—are supporting China’s flourishing…

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Questions for the Record | Leveling the Playing Field: How to Counter the CCP’s Economic Aggression

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. 

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