GOP leadership in the House Ways & Means Committee and its trade subcommittee agree the “free trade” Generalized System of Preferences cannot be reauthorized as-is.
House Science, Space & Technology Committee hears from Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on the progress of CHIPS Act funding. We’re getting there, she said.
House Financial Services Committee Chairman comes out against increasing the restrictions on China investment in the U.S. Here’s why other members agreed. Plus, a warning from Maxine Waters on outbound investments to adversarial nations.
Tariffs Need To Be Complimentary With Other Policy Tools, Manufacturers Tell House Committee on China
Manufacturers from California, Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio tell Congressmen that more needs to be done to compliment tariffs on China.
In latest House Select Committee on the CCP, outbound investment restrictions get favorable view.
The House Select Committee on the CCP held a debate this week with opposing teams arguing for ways to restrict outbound investment to China, including going after Silicon Valley venture capital firms.
Big trouble in China as Washington increasingly warns American businesses to “stay at your own risks”.
John Kerry Grilled by House Foreign Affairs GOP on China Solar; Democrat Ranking Member Calls for Reshoring
In hearing on climate policies, leader John Kerry was taken to task over China solar and says climate does not trump human rights violations.
The House Ways & Means Committee hears from farmers who still say that, despite free trade deals with Mexico and Canada, some products still blocked.
The U.S. has passed laws promoting the use of electric vehicles and battery manufacturing. But where will all the raw materials come from?