CPA, NCTO Call on Congress to Revoke Normal Trade Relations with Russia

Dozens of U.S. Companies, Business Leaders Sign Petition Urging Congress to Take Action  WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) and the National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) today urged Senate and House Leadership to immediately revoke Most Favored Nation status or Normal Trade Relations (NTR) treatment for Russia in light of Russia’s…

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CPA Calls on Biden Administration to Impose Capital Markets Sanctions on Russia

WASHINGTON —The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) announced its support for increased sanctions on Russian companies and institutions – including capital markets sanctions and secondary sanctions on those who seek to help Russia circumvent U.S. sanctions. CPA commends the actions being taken to excise Russian companies from U.S. markets – but more must be…

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Good Financial Actions on Russia. Biden Must Go Further

On Saturday, the U.S. government, European Commission, and five major nations issued a statement on financial sanctions against Russia which targets some of the largest Russian banks and drastically reduces the ability of the Russian central bank to support the value of the ruble currency by restricting their access to their reserves held outside Russia.…

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War in Ukraine Highlights Critical US Dependencies on Russia-China Axis

War in Ukraine Highlights Critical US Dependencies on Russia-China Axis By Jeff Ferry and Amanda Mayoral   Summary Points The Russian invasion of Ukraine reveals the weakness of US industrial strategy and our over-reliance on imports in manufactured goods and raw materials. The US is import-dependent in many industries critical to US national security. A…

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Congress Must Undo its Permanent Normal Trade Relations Votes for Russia, and China

Cuba and North Korea don’t receive our Normal Trade Relations; Russian exports should face the same tariffs as they do. By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel Less than 10 years ago, by votes of 92-4 in the U.S. Senate and 365-43 in the House, Congress voted to grant Russia ‘Permanent Normal Trade Relations’ (PNTR). We…

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