US Congress

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Key Members of Congress Call for Action in Response to China's Micron Ban

Following the Chinese government's May 21 decision to ban its critical information infrastructure operators from purchasing chips made by Micron, two key members of Congress called on the U.S. Commerce Department "to work with Japan and South Korea to ensure their companies do not take market share lost to

Members of Congress Push Biden Administration on Chinese Chicken Access

In a letter sent last week, Rep. Barry Moore (R-AL), Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA) and 41 other members of Congress called on Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai to urge the General Administration of Customs China (GACC) to engage with the U.S. Department of

U.S. House CCP Select Committee Calls for Trade/Investment Actions on Xinjiang Products

In a set of recommendations issued last week, the House Select Committee on the Strategic Competition between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party called for several specific Congressional actions to address issues related to production in Xinjiang.

Members of Congress Press Biden Administration on Chinese Cargo Cranes

Chinese cargo cranes in U.S. ports are the latest area of concern for American politicians worried about Chinese spying.

Congresswoman Raises Concerns about Chinese Takeover of U.S. Education Company

A Republican Congresswoman wrote to President Biden and Treasury Secretary Yellen last week with concerns about a Chinese private equity firm's acquisition of a U.S. educational company that serves military personnel and therefore has data on them.

Members of Congress Press U.S. Government, Companies on Xinjiang Labor Practices

Last week, various members of Congress raised the issue of labor rights abuses in the supply chains of SHEIN and several and other companies, writing to both U.S. government agencies and the companies themselves.

Leading U.S. Senate Democrats Put Forward Ideas for China Competition

At a press conference yesterday, a group of Senate Democrats offered a range of ideas for competing with China economically and more broadly, indicating that legislation that reflects these ideas is coming, and that they would try to work with Republicans on these issues.
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