A Hudson Institute webinar suggests that the U.S. is in a better position to take on China than Europe.
The Department of Commerce heard a panel of industry leaders on Thursday discussing the shortage in semiconductors, and asks why we can’t make this stuff at home.
We are heading for a trillion-dollar deficit this year in manufactured goods unless some serious import substitution takes place.
A new bill in the Senate seeks to prevent China solar imports, especially for publicly funded solar installations.
China’s duty-free import scheme may look like a desperation move, but it will facilitate massive purchasing and inventory build-out for China semiconductor companies looking to ramp up fast.
Suez Canal blockage another blow to Asia-centric supply chains.
Recent WTO insider Dennis Shea talks about Europe, China and the role the troubled organization will play in Washington.
Three members of Congress representing both parties are writing legislation to help domestic enterprises post-pandemic.
American companies increasingly feel like they have Washington’s ear on issues of fair trade and non-market based competition.