Biden said when he thinks of climate change, he thinks of jobs. Here is an example of that, and a look at why it happened in the first place.
A recent Senate Finance Committee hearing on the China threat bodes well for ongoing bipartisan support for American manufacturing. There are right ways and wrong ways to go about this. The wrong way: waiting for allies. The right way: revamping tariff laws that makes reindustrialization profitable.
Lawyers from Wiley are telling their clients to prepare for ongoing supply disruptions due to Biden’s China policies.
American companies increasingly feel like they have Washington’s ear on issues of fair trade and non-market based competition.
CPA Trade Counsel argues that if not for tariffs, Volvo wouldn’t be making cars in Charleston. We’d have Buick Envision-type deals of Detroit automakers making in China instead.
Ambassador Lighthizer’s Five-Point Plan to Reform the WTO Is Our Best Shot At Bringing Jobs and Factories Home
By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer recently published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal detailing a five-point plan for reforming the World Trade Organization (WTO). Lighthizer’s plan received superficial criticism from all his usual detractors. But what he proposed is genius. Lighthizer’s plan will expose the hypocrisy of so-called…
In October 2019, CPA’s Economics team of Jeff Ferry and Steven Byers won the NABE Mennis Award for best economics paper of the year for “Decoupling from China: an economic analysis of the impact on the US economy of a permanent tariff on Chinese imports.” CPA’s paper used an economic model to forecast that…