Key Points: This article reviews the last five years of federal government manufacturing policy, including tariffs and tax credits, finding positive effects on rebuilding U.S. manufacturing. Single-country tariffs on imports from China have reduced U.S. dependence on China, with modest impact on reshoring U.S. manufacturing. Global tariffs such as those on steel and washing machines…
In my 15 years in Silicon Valley, I found venture capitalists to be the shrewdest and smartest individuals there. The best of them have had previous experience as engineers or managers, sometimes both. They had experience at some of the best, most successful companies but also experience at some of the worst-managed companies (which far…
The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission heard from panelists this week on Washington’s reshoring efforts. Question: Will there be any buyers?
Last year, America’s largest chipmaker, Intel, agreed to sell its memory chip business to South Korean memory chipmaker SK Hynix for $9 billion, part of the routine musical chairs of tech companies repositioning their assets. But in the past month, disturbing reports have emerged that China may be imposing forced technology transfer on these companies…
Legal experts on global tech policy discuss China’s artificial intelligence regulations, new compliance laws there, and whether they are really that close to being the world’s AI leader.
Congressional-Executive Commission on China heard from four witnesses on November 17 discussing what China’s new tech companies means to the U.S. both in terms of business rivalries abroad, and creeping surveillance by the CCP.
An eye-opening exclusive by the WSJ shows just how much time and energy is being spent by American companies and Silicon Valley venture capitalists investing in semiconductor production…in China. The U.S. needs the CHIPS Act passed this year.
Katherine Tai fields questions on tariff removals, exemptions, and the revival of TPP.
McKinsey has turned the corner on the Asia-centric model of globalization. It’s a “now-or-never” moment for US manufacturing. Here’s where CPA sees eye-to-eye.
Recent shortages an example of America’s over-bearing dependence on Chinese supply chains. The time is now to take action to reverses this decades-long headwind to U.S. manufacturing and its labor force.