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Congress Moves to Stop Influx of Goods Made by Forced Uyghur Labor
Despite growing public condemnation, China continues to expand its labor camps. Meanwhile, dozens of big name companies continue to exploit forced Uyghur labor.
Trump Attacks Biden on China and Trade on the Final Night of the RNC
Trump specifically went after Biden for his prior support of NAFTA and China's entry into the WTO.
Biden Offers Vision of Strong Middle Class Central to “America’s Promise” in DNC’s Final Night
Biden called for a future that is “Made in America.”
Customs and Border Protection to Detain Clothing Manufactured by Prison Labor in China
The agency has issued four such detention orders against Chinese companies since September 2019.
Rubio and Warren Introduce Bill for Increased Scrutiny of U.S. Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
Threat of Chinese aggression and lasting outbreaks endangers drug supply.
Americans United in Calling for Tough Action Against China, According to New Polling
Democrats and Republicans alike are fed up with unfair Chinese trade practices.
AAM Statement: Factories Gain 15,000 Jobs in February
Washington, D.C. – Manufacturing gained 15,000 jobs in February, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday. The bulk of February's gain was in...
Some of the World’s Biggest Brands Depend on Forced Labor in China
The Chinese government is conscribing Chinese ethnic minorities into forced labor.
What Happens When the World’s Pharmacy is Under Quarantine?
The Coronavirus is further exposing America's dependence on China for our medicine.
D.C.’s Metro Parts Ways With CRRC
A sad farewell? Not so much.