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New Economic Model Predicts Tariffs Will Bring US Job Growth

December 06, 2018

Editor’s note:  CPA’s recent study on the positive impact of tariffs was covered in the Epoch Times.  Despite many critics projecting that tariffs will push the U.S. economy into a recession, a newly released study predicts that the duties will promote job growth in the United States. [ NATHAN SU | December...

CPA Job Posting: Marketing and Development Manager

December 05, 2018

The CPA Education Fund, the charitable arm of the Coalition for a Prosperous America, is looking for a Marketing and Development Manager who is an excellent oral communicator, highly organized and a self starter. The candidate will help organize and oversee our membership relations, communications, development efforts and education programs....

CPA Hopeful that China Tariffs will Increase after 90-Day Delay

December 03, 2018

Trump-Xi deal understandable, but meaningful action doubtful Washington. President Trump met with Chinese President Xi Xinping at the G20 this past weekend. The two leaders forged a preliminary agreement to delay a planned January increase in US Section 301 tariffs—which were set to rise from 10 percent to 25 percent on $200B of...

Trump should stay tough on China at the G-20

December 02, 2018

As global leaders gather Friday in Argentina for the Group of 20 (G-20) summit, some are hoping that President Trump and China’s President Xi Jinping will negotiate a compromise on current trade tensions. Op-ed by Dan DiMicco, CPA Chairman, appeared originally in The Hill on November 30, 2018

CPA Op-ed: The Trouble with a Trump-Xi Deal at the G20 in Argentina

December 02, 2018

President Donald Trump’s tariffs on China will be a major topic at the G20 meeting in Argentina this week. Pundits have been quick to criticize the president for launching a trade war — and have called for compromise. Op-ed by Michael Stumo, CEO of CPA, originally appeared in LifeZette on...

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News from Around the Web

  • The Trade War’s Too Broad to Turn on Quick Fixes

    December 13, 2018

    Editor’s note. The US China skirmish is really about whether our economic, military and geopolitical strength will be eroded. The massive technology theft is only one piece.  Count the straws in the wind, and it looks like the trade tensions betwe...

  • Commentary: May’s Brexit deal ignores Leavers’ real grievance

    December 12, 2018

    Editor’s note: This article is posted because the UK’s trade deficit in goods was one reason voters approved Brexit last year. It parallels the trade deficit harm caused in the US.Excerpt: “One priority is a sustained effort to promote manufactur...

  • Trade with China isn’t working out. Here's how to fix it

    December 12, 2018

    Editor’s note: Ralph Gomory, the author of this article, serves on the CPA Advisory Board. Trade is not working out for our country in the widely beneficial way that it can and should. This is happening because the focus of large American companie...

  • GoPro will move some manufacturing out of China because of Trump’s trade war

    December 11, 2018

    Editor’s note. It is a win if companies move out of China, which uses predatory economic strategies to achieve larger global goals. It is a bigger win if the companies move to the US.  GoPro announced on Monday that it plans to move “most of its U...

  • Trump is right on fighting China over IP theft: Zach Mottl

    December 07, 2018

    Editor’s note: CPA board member Zach Mottl, Atlas Tool, appeared on Fox News to discuss China’s intellectual property theft, why they will not change, and why the administration is right to impose tariffs.

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