New CPA/CTT Report Highlights Dangers of Potential Apple Memory Chip Deal with Government-Subsidized Chinese Supplier

WASHINGTON — A new Policy Paper, co-written by Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) and China Tech Threat (CTT), highlights the dangers of an impending decision by Apple to begin using Chinese-made memory chips in the iPhone 14. The paper outlines how this creates security risks for Apple and the United States, and would risk…

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Silicon Sellout Paper: The Five Risks of An Apple-YMTC Deal

By Jeff Ferry, CPA Chief Economist, and Roslyn Layton, Ph.D., Co-Founder, China Tech Threat This Policy Paper, co-written by Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) and China Tech Threat (CTT), highlights the dangers of an impending decision by Apple to begin using Chinese-made memory chips in the iPhone 14. The paper outlines how this creates…

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CPA Letter to Leaders of the House and Senate Regarding Inclusion of Provision Targeting Companies Complicit in Forced Labor

CPA sent the following letter to Majority Leader Schumer, Minority Leader McConnell, Speaker Pelosi, and Minority Leader McCarthy regarding CPA’s support of the inclusion of a House-passed provision targeting certain companies complicit in forced labor in the final conference report of the China competition bill Download the letter here.  Dear Majority Leader Schumer, Minority Leader McConnell, Speaker Pelosi, and Minority Leader…

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New CPA Policy Paper Warns U.S. Falling Behind in EV Batteries Race

WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America today published a new CPA Policy Paper titled, “U.S. Challenges in EV Battery Production,” that finds the U.S. lags behind the two other major world automotive powers, China and the European Union region, in electric vehicle (EV) battery production. Although U.S. EV battery production is rising, it…

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U.S. Challenges in EV Battery Production

By Amanda Mayoral   The U.S. is lagging behind China and the European Union in production of lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles. Forecasts show the U.S. will fall further behind China by 2025 and remain dependent on imports for more than half of its EV battery needs. This CPA Policy Paper by CPA Economist Amanda…

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