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Will Biden resist pressure to weaken tariffs against China’s steel subsidies and double down on his industrial policy to revive domestic steelmaking?
The Biden administration is understandably eager both to reduce inflation and to demonstrate to the public that it is doing all that it can. Some actions that the administration has taken are good economics and smart politics-for instance, getting ser…
Today on TAP: We need to get a lot better at political language.
Today on TAP: Kudos once again to the U.S.-China Commission
And is there anything Biden can do to make it subside before it adds to the Democrats’ woes in 2022?
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Today on TAP: The deeper cause is too much offshoring and too little domestic production.
Biden’s aggressive push against Chinese mercantilism has been marred by turf battles and cross-pressures. Here’s what needs to be done.