Curtis Ellis on Fixing NAFTA: Mexico Realizes ‘They Have More to Lose than the United States’

Ellis offered his analysis during a Monday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with Breitbart News’s Senior Editors-at-Large Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak. [Robert Kraychik | January 16, 2018 | Breitbart] NAFTA prohibits the Canadian, Mexican, and American governments from prioritizing domestic suppliers for government procurement. This regulation, said Ellis, offers comparative advantage to Mexico and…

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How China Infiltrated U.S. Classrooms

Last year, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte made an announcement to great fanfare: The university would soon open a branch of the Confucius Institute, the Chinese government-funded educational institutions that teach Chinese language, culture and history. The Confucius Institute would “help students be better equipped to succeed in an increasingly globalized world,” says…

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Sources: White House considering creation of investment reciprocity regime with China

The White House is considering the creation of a reciprocal investment regime with China following a Section 301 investigation into Chinese technology and intellectual property policies, but some in the administration fear it would lead to stock market losses and negatively affect U.S. companies doing business in China, private-sector sources briefed by White House officials…

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Fact Sheet: CPA Explains Why Trump Called Xi Jinping on Trade

Washington ~ President Trump called Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday to express disappointment that the US trade deficit with China is increasing, stating that it is not sustainable. “We appreciate President Trump’s renewed focus upon the US-China trade deficit,” said Michael Stumo. “But we believe stronger unilateral action is needed to avoid being the dumping ground for…

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Reagan balanced trade — Trump can, too

President Trump’s America First trade strategy will likely gain momentum as 2018 gets underway. Originally appears on The Hill The promised “renegotiation” of NAFTA is in full swing. And America’s solar panel, steel, and aluminum manufacturers are eagerly awaiting decisions in trade cases involving heavily subsidized imports from China. Many domestic manufacturers are reporting increased…

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