Biden Administration

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U.S. Commerce Secretary Talks U.S.-China Competition

In an interview yesterday with CNN's Fareed Zakaria, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo talked about a number of issues related to U.S.-China economic competition.

Raimondo Speaks on "U.S. Competitiveness and the China Challenge"

In a speech today, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo set out the Biden administration's thinking on "U.S. Competitiveness and the China Challenge," emphasizing many of the same general themes and specific issues that others in the administration have put forward in recent months.

U.S. Pushes Mexico Not To Buy Chinese Scanners

Recent reporting indicates that the U.S. government is trying to persuade Mexico not to use Chinese-made scanners as part of its border security operations.

U.S. Cabinet Official Warns of "Cut-Rate" Chinese Tech Products

In a speech yesterday at the Singapore International Cyber Week Summit, Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, warned about the general threat China poses in cybersecurity, as well as the risks of using Chinese tech products.

The Biden Administration's National Security Strategy: Competition with China, and Trade Policy

The Biden Administration issued its annual National Security Strategy yesterday, with brief discussions of China as a competitor and U.S. trade policy.

Key Congressman Wants Biden Administration To Work with Congress on Outbound Investment Screening

A key Republican Congressman is pushing back against demands from some leading Democratic members of Congress for the Biden administration to pursue executive action on outbound investment screening regulation, and instead is arguing that the administration should work with Congress on this issue.

White House Official Comments on CHIPS Act and Outbound Investment Screening

At an event last Friday, a White House official offered some comments on the CHIPS Act and the outbound investment screening mechanism that has been in the news recently, both of which aim at maintaining U.S. technological advantages over China. The goal is to maintain an "absolute advantage" "over
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