U.S. imports of steel conduit from Mexico have exploded since 2017.
The Biden administration must take swift action to close this loophole, it should issue nationwide withhold release order on all Chinese textiles, and Congress should pass legislation immediately.
The Wall Street Journal has started 2024 bemoaning tariffs. They are for losers, the WSJ Inside View columnist Andy Kessler wrote in December, ending 2023 with a taste of what is expected to come this year, an election year.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee said in its hearing on U.S. capital flows to China military companies on Wednesday that it would push the full House to take up legislation that would restrict outbound investment to entire sectors of the Chinese economy.
The success of the washing machine tariffs shows that “tariff-jumping investment,” i.e. inducing domestic industry growth via tariffs is a viable strategy for the U.S. in industries that have suffered decline.
Washing machine tariffs were a success, as measured by over 2,000 new jobs, more competition, no sustained effect on washing machine prices and economic stimulus with the construction of new factories.
This week’s Senate Banking Committee hearing on fentanyl was high on celebrity, short on solutions.
Uyghur Forced Labor Law Faces Formidable Opponent With De Minimis Rule In Place, Homeland, Customs Tells House Hearing
The roughly two-year-old Uyghur Forced Labor Law (UFLPA) may be pushing a boulder uphill thanks in large part to the de minimis provision that allows for $800 of duty free shipments from around the world to enter the U.S. Those packages do not face the same scrutiny as those coming in from formal entry. Christa…
A Customs investigation prompted by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) suggests Southeast Asian exporters of kitchen and bath cabinetry and vanities are picking up where the mainland Chinese left off.