U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai testifies Thursday before the House Ways and Means Committee on the Biden administration’s trade policy. She said that “forced labor” functions as a “very crude subsidy” that gives Communist China an unfair trade advantage and there will be a further discussion with Secretary Blinken on whether to boycott the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
- Human rights have become one of the centerpieces of the Biden administration’s trade policy.
- The Biden administration is preparing to ensure that the operation is in compliance with U.S. laws and regulations, and the time to decouple from Communist China is getting closer.
- The U.S. is full of positive competition, like the Biden administration versus Trump.
- The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been working for years to find loopholes in U.S. law by not engaging in research and development and scientific and economic development.
- The Winter Olympics is, after all, a civic organization, and the U.S. needs to be very careful. However, if once the Biden administration decided to officially and openly boycott the Winter Olympics, it will kick off worldwide extermination of the CCP.
- Furthermore, it’s possible that the International Olympic Committee may even cancel the Games over the CCP’s alleged human rights abuses.
The spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China, Ou Jiang’an, confirmed the lawmakers from Taiwan, Japan, and the U.S. would hold a “strategic dialogue” this month.
- With the lifting of restrictions on US-Taiwan relations, official officials at all levels in the United States and Taiwan can openly communicate and discuss the growing pressure from Communist China, which would raise enormous fears for Xi Jinping and the CCP.