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Key Areas of Focus in U.S.-China Relations and Their Impact on Businesses in the 118th Congress

So far in the 118th Congress, U.S.-China relations have been a major focus for Democrats and Republicans alike. House Republicans, the opposition party, tried to challenge the Biden Administration’s approach to China, which involves competing with China, cooperating when possible, and confronting them when necessary.[1]… Continue Reading

New PPP Legislation Improves Borrower Flexibility – Senate Committee Insists on Disclosure of PPP Recipients and Related Data

On June 5, 2020, President Donald Trump signed into law a bill, the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (H.R. 7010), that will give borrowers of the US$670 billion PPP more time to spend the PPP proceeds and use them on a broader range of expenses while still qualifying to have the loans forgiven. … Continue Reading

COVID-19: US Developments, Implementation and Oversight of CARES Act – May 21, 2020

The legislative process in the US Congress is beginning to take on a more familiar look as policymakers work to shape the next steps in the federal response to COVID-19 and the resulting economic crisis. The US House of Representatives will be back in session again next week, albeit with temporary proxy voting measures in … Continue Reading