CPA Troubled by Congressional Investigation of Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board Pension Decision

House Subcommittee ignores funding of sanctioned Chinese companies, overlooks violations of U.S. securities laws Washington. The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) this week sent a letter to Rep. Gerald E. Connolly (D-VA) expressing concern over his investigation of a decision to withhold federal employees’ retirement money from Chinese companies. Connolly, the Chairman of the House…

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The US Finally Saw Some Reshoring Action in 2019

Excerpt: The CPA Reshoring Index (CRI) reports some good news—that the share of American-made manufacturing goods consumed in the U.S. market jumped significantly in 2019. But can the nation sustain that growth, particularly in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic? But can the nation sustain that growth, particularly in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic? [Jeff Ferry…

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China Phase One Trade Deal Looks Mighty Dead

Editor’s note: If the phase one deal is pronounced dead, China decoupling becomes even more likely. Remember the phase one trade deal that the Republican Senate really wanted President Trump to ink with China (or else no quick impeachment acquittal, some DC insiders have told me) — well, it’s on life support. [Kenneth Rapoza | June…

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