Tag: U.S. Trade Representative


President Biden Pledges He “Will Take Action” If Investigation Finds China is Committing Unfair Practices in Shipbuilding

April 17, 2024

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

The Biden administration is ramping up efforts to counter China’s predatory trade practices, announcing on Wednesday that it will launch “an investigation of acts, policies, and practices of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) targeting the maritime, logistics, and shipbuilding […]


Congress Shouldn’t Weaken China Tariffs in a Bill Meant to Counter Chinese Economic Policy

April 29, 2022

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

It’s getting close now: The conferees from the House and Senate will soon meet to resolve differences in the industrial policy bill, versions of which both chambers passed. The bills aren’t exactly the same – that’s why there’s a conference […]

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Why It’s a Strategic Mistake to Reinstate Tariff Exclusions on Imports from China

March 24, 2022

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

After President Biden was sworn into office in January 2021, one of the things many in the political punditry predicted was that he would quickly remove tariffs that had been placed on around $350 billion worth of goods imported from […]