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Problems Continue for Rail Cars Built by China’s State-Owned CRRC for Boston’s Subway System
The Chinese state-owned company offered transit officials a bargain, but time has proven that it came at a big cost.
Sen. Baldwin Aims to Strengthen Buy America Requirements for Ships
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) introduced legislation to expand Buy America preferences for the federal government’s purchases of ships, a step toward rebuilding the country’s once mighty – and...
China Dominates Rare Earth Mineral Production. But Could the U.S. Actually Hold a Competitive Advantage?
One policymaker said Thursday that the U.S. "can catch up relatively quickly" when it comes to mineral production.
House Unanimously Passes Bipartisan National Stockpile Bill That Boosts Domestic PPE Production
Ahead of a likely fall surge of the pandemic, the bill could help the nation avert dangerous medical supply shortages that have continued to plague the country.
A Year Later, Section 232 Trade Action Continues to Fortify Steel and Aluminum Industries
On March 1, 2018, Trump heralded his intent to safeguard America’s steel and aluminum.
New U.S.-South Korea Agreement Will Help Protect American Workers and National Security
Ambassador Robert Lighthizer’s trade strategy shows signs of progress The administration announced on Tuesday a trade agreement that curbs South Korean steel exports to the United States to 70...
Delay in Steel Trade Review a Mistake: AAM Statement
Administration delays steel and aluminum imports investigation days after meeting with steelworkers. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC on Friday that delayed national investigations into steel...
Military Leaders Urge President Trump to Safeguard American Steel and Aluminum
President should use "all available tools" to equip military and secure critical infrastructure, general and flag officers write. Ten retired U.S. military leaders wrote to President Trump...
Steel Imports Investigation May Safeguard Domestic Production Amid National Security Concerns
Commerce launches Section 232 investigation The Commerce Department will investigate whether steel imports from foreign countries, including China, should be blocked due to national security...
America’s Military is Supplied by China?
Brigadier General John Adams sounds the alarm.