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Rewind: Is Congress finding its trade-policy mojo?

April 26, 2021 at 12:42 PM
Congress is showing signs of reclaiming its trade-policy chops, after what many consider its limited presence over the past four years. Numbered among those signs are three massive legislative proposals, all with some bipartisan support: a package of bills that seek to deal with the now-and-future China; $50 billion of funding to buttress a semiconductor industry sagging under the weight of short worldwide supply; and a new proposal for reforming trade remedy laws. Congressional trade chatter and promised action have...

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