Gina Raimondo, The first Governor of Rhode Island, declared that China was “clearly anti-competitive behavior,” as in the case of the steel and aluminum sectors, “It hurt American workers.”
“And so, if I check out, I imagine being very aggressive, helping Americans fight China’s unfair practices.”He promised.
However, he supported the president’s position Joe Biden He prefers that the United States not go alone and consult with his allies to restore fair trade with Beijing.
Although Republican and Democratic lawmakers have indicated that some Chinese companies pose a national security risk, Raimundo has not pledged to keep the giant Huawei and other Chinese companies on the blacklist of the United States.
You simply promised to use your Department of Commerce powers “Protect the Americans and our network from Chinese interference.”
With a government Donald TrumpLed by the Ministry of Commerce Wilbur Ross, Has often resorted to concessions to suppress Chinese technology companies suspected of industrial espionage or threatening the national security of the United States.
In this sense, it has expanded the list of companies that cannot trade with US companies without prior authorization, with telecom giants such as Huawei and ZTE.
In December, a few weeks before leaving the White House, the Trump administration added Chinese computer card maker Smic, limiting the company’s access to advanced American technology due to its alleged ties to the Chinese military.