China Allied Industries Ask Congress to Control Trade Policy

Does this qualify as Chinese collusion? By the Russia collusion standards, yes. (Note: The Russian collusion standards and narrative are nonsense.)

iFeng: 新华社:美国商界团体呼吁国会加强对美贸易政策的监督
Nearly 60 U.S. business groups such as the American Petroleum Industry Association, the American Soybean Association, the National Foreign Trade Council, and the National Federation of Retailers have jointly called for Congress to strengthen supervision over trade policies. Rebalancing the power of Congress and the executive branch to manage trade policies.

According to a statement issued by the National Foreign Trade Council on the 19th, the above-mentioned business groups wrote to Hatch, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, and Brady, chairman of the House Committee on the National Assembly Fundraising Committee, on the 18th and strongly supported the two congressional committees to strengthen supervision over US trade policies. A hearing on the President’s exercise of trade-related powers was promptly held and consideration was given to the need to amend existing mandates in order to strengthen the role of Congress in implementing trade policies.

These business groups said in their letter that, as representatives of a large number of U.S. manufacturers, retailers, technology companies, farmers and agribusiness companies, and other supply chain stakeholders, they are increasingly using tariffs and import quotas by the U.S. government. There are growing concerns about the resolution of trade disputes. "The unilateral use of tariffs by the executive authorities" has broken the long-standing power balance between the National Assembly and the executive branch. This balance has effectively promoted the economic growth of the United States over the past few decades and has provided US manufacturers, service providers, and agricultural husbandry. The people provided more export opportunities.
Xinhua: U.S. business associations urge greater congressional oversight of Trump's trade policy

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