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New U.S. Bill Would End Permanent Normal Trade Relations with China

New legislation introduced by a group of conservative House Republicans would get tougher on China in a number of areas, including trade and investment.

House Committee Proposal To Raise China Tariffs Could Lead to WTO Violations, More Tariff Escalation

Last week, the bipartisan House Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party made a recommendation to raise tariffs on China through a change in the U.S. tariff schedule. The political prospects for this proposal are unclear at this point, but if

House Select Committee Report Sets Out Aggressive Recommendations for China Economic Competition

Yesterday, the bipartisan House Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party adopted policy recommendations in a report that, the Committee said, "outlines a strategy to fundamentally reset the United States' economic and technological competition with the People's Republic

Estimating the Impact on the U.S. Economy of Revoking Permanent Normal Trade Relations for China

In a new research paper, analysts from the American Action forum have offered estimates of the impact of revoking permanent normal trade relations for China.

U.S. Senator Introduces China PNTR Revocation Bill to Support Taiwan

Senator James Lankford (R-OK) has introduced a bill that would use Permanent Normal Trade Relations (PNTR) as leverage to deter Chinese coercion and military aggression against Taiwan.

U.S. Congress CCP Select Committee Holds Hearing on Economic Issues

The recently created "Select Committee on the CCP" in the U.S. House of Representatives held a hearing last week on "Leveling the Playing Field: How to Counter the CCP's Economic Aggression."

U.S. House Committee Holds Hearing on "Countering China’s Trade & Investment Agenda"

At a House Ways and Means trade subcommittee hearing yesterday, members of Congress and witnesses discussed general U.S. concerns about China's role in the world economy, as well as the specific issues of the "de miminis loophole," Chinese economic coercion, and the possibility of revoking
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