In a House Financial Services Committee hearing on Thursday, Congress appears frustrated in stopping illicit supply chains, and worries about China’s growing resource dominance in high tech and clean tech supply chains.
In speaking for the Biden administration this week at a conference at think tank CSIS in Washington, Katherine Tai said she didn’t want to “inflame relations” with China. Why this attitude gets us nowhere but towards the China-centric, pre-trade war status quo.
President Biden will need to press the Europeans a little more if he wants to use his “work with allies” approach on dealing with China’s genocide policies against Muslim minority groups in Xinjiang.
Financial backers of China companies involved in unreasonable surveillance, and Uyghur genocide, put on notice in State Department’s newest Xinjiang Supply Chain Business Advisory.
CPA has some ideas on where to go after China if Washington is serious about ‘genocide in Xinjiang’. Start by banning Wall Street money flow into China’s wanton human rights violators.