The tide is turning in the favor of trusted 5G vendors and against Huawei in its quest to dominate global 5G. I think the reason is simple: citizens around the world are waking up to the danger of the Chinese Communist Party’s surveillance state.
The COVID-19 pandemic is giving fresh energy to corporate plans to move supply chains out of China, according to a new survey.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to cripple economies around the world, the US-China relationship becomes more strained. The economic security of America hinges largely on working with partners and allies toward developing strategic competition with China and combatting malign economic aggression. The current health crisis has put a spotlight on the broader implications of supply chain vulnerabilities and the need to shift toward a more offensive policy to protect American interests. Having an understanding of how China views the world and its place in it should determine western policy moving forward.
Keith Krach, undersecretary of state for economic growth, energy and the environment, said that he and South Korean officials talked about the Economic Prosperity Network (EPN) initiative during the allies’ Senior Economic Dialogue (SED) in Seoul in November.
Under Secretary Krach describes China’s three-part strategy of concealment, coercion and co-option with Ambassador William A. Heidt, of the Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy.
Under Secretary Krach discusses Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s decision to build a new $12 Billion chip manufacturing plant in Arizona in this May 2020 interview with Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli.
The Trump administration is “turbocharging” an initiative to remove global industrial supply chains from China as it weighs new tariffs to punish Beijing for its handling of the coronavirus outbreak, according to officials familiar with U.S. planning.
One of the other things that we’re really focused on is bringing the PPE and the medicines over from overseas, and working with companies like FedEx and UPS and Delta. We’re bringing literally plane loads over. So, we’re working directly with FEMA. Our embassies have been great in terms of looking all over the place for these vital supplies so we can feed them in. That’s really a vital link.
Under Secretary Krach outlines the three pillars of U.S. economic diplomacy.
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A planning document for the summit, obtained by VOA Khmer from an ASEAN diplomatic source, notes the summit will be held at Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort on March 14
DC Central and Embassy Deal Teams are an important part of establishing a level playing field for U.S. businesses and taking economic statecraft to the next level.
Top American officials are warning that the ability to protect intellectual property is under a grave threat if a Chinese-backed candidate becomes the new director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), a self-funding agency of the United Nations that handles patents, trademarks and industrial designs.
Keith Krach, who is the U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment, discusses efforts President Trump has taken to combat coronavirus and points to the importance of the private sector and innovation in energy.
Ottawa has faced calls from security experts to ban the Chinese firm from its network, saying it could provide a ‘back door’ to China-affiliated hackers
WHITE HOUSE – Can a conscientious private sector in Western countries counter China’s trillion-dollar “One Belt, One Road” initiative (OBOR) that is generously financed by state-owned banks and companies, often criticized for pushing recipient countries into debt and known for few controls on corruption and environmental destruction?
Trump talks water to farmers — California sues BLM over fracking plan
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will lead a group of U.S. officials who will attend the World Economic Forum later this month in Davos, Switzerland, the White House said Wednesday.