China and Subsidies

Feb 05 2020

China’s BYD Claims Another Chunk of America’s Electric Vehicle Market

As Chinese automaker Build Your Dreams grows, America's domestic manufacturers are imperiled.
Jan 28 2020

D.C.’s Metro Parts Ways With CRRC

A sad farewell? Not so much.
Jan 10 2020
Press Release

AAM Statement: Factories Lose 12,000 Jobs in December

Washington, D.C. – Manufacturing employment decreased in December, with the sector losing 12,000 jobs, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday. The bulk of...
Oct 16 2019

Melbourne’s Metro Contracted with China’s CRRC. Now Problems Continue to Plague the Project.

CRRC has bored its way into Australia’s metro just as it has begun to do so in the US.
Jan 22 2018
Press Release

Solar Panel and Washing Machine Tariffs Signal Hope for American Workers

The White House announced new tariffs on a flood of imported solar panels and washing machines on Monday. After determining that cheap imports took advantage of America's market, the president...
Nov 29 2017
Press Release

Leaders Must Crack Down on China’s Overcapacity to Preserve Steel Jobs: AAM Statement

Representatives from G20 and other steel-producing countries will reconvene in Berlin on Thursday for the Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity. The group, formed one year ago, is meant to address...
Jan 22 2014

State of the Union Translator

  President Obama's State of the Union address is expected to focus heavily on jobs and the economy this year. AAM's SOTU Translator can help sort through the buzzwords...
Feb 16 2011

China’s Economy and China’s Living Conditions Don’t Match Up

China manufactures many first world conveniences.  For example, the iPhone, iPad, iPod etc. But anyone who has been to China will more than likely tell you that living conditions there...
Nov 15 2010

How Nuclear Energy Manufacturing Can Create Jobs and Keep Us Safe

Can nuclear power plants create jobs?  You bet they can.  A recent post on The Energy Collective blog demonstrates how manufacturing can, and must, be part of the future.  In an op-ed...