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President Biden on Wednesday issued executive order to address supply chain vulnerabilities and protect U.S. commerce by reducing American reliance on Chinese-made cranes, which the administration and lawmakers say pose extensive national security risks that could impact trade.

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The U.S. government needs increased transparency into U.S. investments in China to best tailor restrictions on them, analysts said this week, calling on the Biden administration and Congress to act.

A new Bureau of Industry and Security draft regulation requiring that Infrastructure-as-a-Service providers verify foreign customers could set the foundation for export controls on cloud computing technology aimed at deterring Chinese contravention of advanced semiconductor controls, according to industry sources.

The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided to proceed with a set of antidumping and countervailing duty investigations into wine bottles imported from China, Mexico and Chile.

U.S. venture capital is fueling growth in China’s artificial intelligence and semiconductor sectors and contributing to human-rights abuses and Chinese military activities, the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party says in a new report.

The U.S. trade deficit narrowed in 2023 by the largest margin since 2009, according to government data released on Wednesday, reflecting significant growth in services exports spurred by shifting consumer demand.

Divisions in the House and Senate and the upcoming elections pose significant barriers for those looking to Congress to establish an outbound investment regime, the House Science, Space and Technology Committee chair said on Monday, adding that he doesn’t expect legislation to pass in this Congress.

The “trade war” initiated by former President Trump in 2018 delivered political dividends for the Republican party but did not bring back promised jobs in regions harmed by trade with China, a new study finds.