CPA Press and Trade News

For media inquiries, contact Paola Masman, CPA Media Director, 202-688-5145 ext 2, paola@prosperousamerica.org.

CPA Press

American steel needs support as China keeps breaking promises

August 18, 2017

It emerged this week that the Chinese government has been taking action to make sure that the Chinese Communist Party is the ultimate decisionmaker at dozens of state-owned Chinese businesses. The Financial Times reported that more than 30 Chinese state-owned companies have had their by-laws amended to state that the Communist Party...

Press Release: CPA Supports Trade Deficit Focus in NAFTA Renegotiations

August 17, 2017

Washington ~ The Coalition for a Prosperous America appreciates US Trade Ambassador Robert Lighthizer’s focus upon the trade deficit and rules of origin in NAFTA renegotiations.  CPA supports the fact that major reform is needed for NAFTA to benefit American workers and businesses. If major reform cannot be achieved, walking...

Jeff Ferry Published on The Hill: Despite Trump's talk, trade outlook deteriorates

August 14, 2017

Recent trade figures from the Department of Commerce show the U.S. international trade picture continues to deteriorate. The U.S. trade deficit in June hit $43.6 billion, almost the same as the year-ago June level of $43.8 billion. But for the first half of this year, at $276.6 billion, the trade deficit...

Press Release: CPA Applauds Democrats' New Get-Tough Approach on Trade

August 08, 2017

CPA welcomes and supports the tough approach on trade in the Democrats’ new policy document announced last week. Entitled “A Better Deal on Trade and Jobs,” the new policy document focuses on the large costs to US workers and companies of unfair trade practices and the huge, sustained US trade...

Press Release: CPA Supports Administration’s Section 301 Investigation

August 07, 2017

The Coalition for a Prosperous America welcomes and supports the Trump administration’s planned investigation of China’s trade practices under Section 301 of the 1974 Trade Act. According to press reports, the Trump Administration is close to launching an investigation that would likely focus on Chinese trade practices that violate the...

View More

News from Around the Web

View More