Trade with China

Feb 06 2023
Press Release Trade with China

U.S. Voters Want Leaders to Do More to Protect Americans From China’s Policies

Washington, D.C. – As President Biden prepares to address the nation Tuesday in his State of the Union speech, registered voters are looking for concrete action from the U.S. government to...
Feb 02 2023

China Remains the Epicenter of Counterfeit Products, a New USTR Report Finds

The Office of the United States Trade Representative’s Notorious Markets List examines how counterfeit trade has evolved online post-Covid. It’s awards season! This year’s Grammys are slated...
Jan 30 2023

Momentum is Building to Revoke China’s Normalized Trade Relations Status

And new poll data from AAM conducted by Morning Consult shows 57% of registered voters back doing just that.
Jan 27 2023
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AAM Statement: The United States Appeals the WTO’s Misguided Section 232 Decision

Washington, D.C. – The United States announced its appeal on Jan. 26 of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) ruling against the U.S. in a case filed to contest Section 232 tariffs on steel...
Jan 26 2023

Can China Become a Cooperative Global Economic Leader?

CSIS hosted a debate between two leading economists examining whether China can work with the United States to provide global economic leadership.
Jan 23 2023

House Republicans Want to Know More About the Solar Tariff Delay

But it's also important to advance domestic solar panel manufacturing capacity.
Jan 03 2023

Senator Wyden Wants Answers After Report Links Auto Companies to Forced Labor in China

The chairman of the Senate Finance Committee sent a letter to eight major automakers to find out whether their supply chains are connected to goods made in China's Xinjiang province, where forced...
Dec 27 2022

No. 4 Manufacturing News Story of 2022: A China Exodus?

Massive state support and a whole host of bad practices has allowed China to serve as the world’s factory for two decades. That started to shift in 2022. Will it last?
Nov 29 2022

The U.S. Has Failed to Stop “China’s Industrial Predication.” Could Reforming a 1930 Trade Law Change That?

The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation argues in a new publication that the answer to countering China's predatory trade practices lies in Section 337 of the 1930 Tariff Act.
Nov 15 2022

Congressional Commission’s Report: Revoke Permanent Normal Trade Relations for China

“China has subverted the global trade system and moved further from the spirit and letter of its obligations under its WTO accession protocol,” writes the nonpartisan government agency that...