US Congressional Hearings

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BIS Nominees Testify at Senate Hearing

The U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs held a hearing today in which it considered the nominations of Alan Estevez and Thea Kendler for key positions at the Bureau of Industry and Security at the Commerce Department. As explained by Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) during his

U.S. Senate Hearing on African Trade and Investment Evaluates China's Role

On July 28, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on "U.S. Trade and Investment in Africa." Several of the remarks and questions focused on China's role in African trade and investment, and how the United States should respond. Witnesses at the hearing called for more U.S.

Congressional Discussion of the Effectiveness of Section 307 against Imports of Goods from China Made with Forced Labor

On July 21, the House Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee held a hearing on "The Global Challenge of Forced Labor in Supply Chains: Strengthening Enforcement and Protecting Workers." Among the many issues discussed at the hearing related to forced labor in various countries, one of the issues that came up

Deputy USTR Nominee Sarah Bianchi on Tariffs against China and Chinese Digital Trade Regulation

At a Senate Finance Committee hearing on the nominations of several Biden administration officials, Senator Ron Wyden asked Sarah Bianchi, one of the Biden administration's nominees for Deputy U.S. Trade Representative, some questions about U.S. trade policy as it relates to China. The first question was about the

Antony Blinken Congressional Testimony on US-Taiwan Trade Ties

On June 7, Secretary of State Antony Blinken testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the department’s fiscal year 2022 budget request and foreign policy priorities. During that testimony, Republican Congressman Andy Barr of Kentucky asked Secretary Blinken about the possibility of enhanced trade ties with Taiwan. Their

Questions and Answers on China at Senate Finance Committee Hearing on Nomination of Katherine Tai as U.S. Trade Representative

On February 25, President Biden’s nominee for U.S. Trade Representative, Katherine Tai, testified at a confirmation hearing before the Senate Finance Committee. The issue of trade with China came up a number of times, both in her opening statement and in response to questions from committee members. In
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