More than 125 companies owned by or linked to China have received hundreds of millions of dollars in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans meant for American small businesses during the Chinese coronavirus crisis, a report alleges.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) in an open letter this week asked American companies operating in China to stand up to the Chinese Communist Party.
Trump has halted a plan to invest federal employees’ retirement savings in an index that includes Chinese firms.
Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday that India is “developing a land pool nearly double the size of Luxembourg to lure businesses moving out of China.”
From offering free meals and assistance to medical and health care workers to constructing masks, ventilators, and protective equipment, here are some of the top ways that America’s top businesses have answered the call.
The immigration lawyers who import visa workers for U.S. companies are urging President Donald Trump’s deputies to extend the expiring work permits for hundreds of thousands of foreign contract workers during the nation’s unprecedented economic meltdown.
The House Democrats’ 1,400-page coronavirus recovery bill threatens the livelihood of millions of American graduates and their families by expanding work visas for many of the roughly 1.5 million foreign college graduate contract workers who hold jobs in the United States.
U.S. companies are canceling conferences and restricting business travel amid concerns over the coronavirus.
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American companies have brought $1 trillion back to the United States since the passage of President Donald Trump’s tax cuts in 2017, according to new U.S. Department of Commerce data.
China 'Social Credit System' Used to Blacklist Foreign Companies...
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Some American workers are planning to protest the Angolan government’s delegation’s planned visits to New York City and D.C., Breitbart News has learned.