The Week in Review
This morning, the U.S. Department of the Treasury released its “Semi-Annual Report to Congress on International Economic and Exchange Rate Policies.” The report did NOT cite China as a currency manipulator.
"Reshoring" continues to be the phenomenon of the moment-- but how many jobs are really coming back?
U.S. manufacturers are urging Treasury Secretary Geithner and U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk to include currency measures in the negotiation of a potential Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Continuing debate over last week's decision by the U.S. Commerce Department to impose tariffs on dumped Chinese solar panels.
Family shopping for Memorial Day weekend can include Made-in-USA items.
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