Ensuring the safety and efficiency of the nation’s supply chain is an ongoing priority for key policymakers in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Lawmakers and trucking industry stakeholders are speaking out about what they view as unfair trade practices supported by China that are hampering domestic manufacturing efforts.
BYD Co. reported its weakest revenue growth in more than a year in a potential sign of the damage discounting has done in China, the world’s biggest auto market.
Chinese truck maker Beiqi Foton Motor Co. is planning a second plant in Mexico to manufacture electric vehicles with an eye on U.S. exports.
Political tensions between the U.S. and China are contributing to lower container shipments between the world’s two largest economies, says Ocean Network Express CEO Jeremy Nixon.
Tesla Inc. will suspend output in stages at its Shanghai electric car factory from the end of the month until as long as early January, according to people familiar with the matter, amid production line upgrades and slowing consumer demand.December 9, 2022
China’s experience with another outbreak of the coronavirus and related protests could have a downstream impact on domestic transportation.
The Biden administration announced new restrictions on China’s access to U.S. semiconductor technology, escalating tensions between the two countries and adding fresh complications to an industry reeling from a slump in demand.
Real-time trucking data that shows the heavy toll of COVID restrictions on China’s economy is no longer being made publicly available, according to the company that collects the information.May 25, 2022