U.S.-China Motor Vehicle Trade, and More from CRS

05.15.13 | 1 min read | Text by Steven Aftergood

“In 2009, China overtook the United States to become both the world’s largest producer of and market for motor vehicles,” a new report from the Congressional Research Service notes.

That is not altogether bad news. “Every year since 2010, General Motors has sold more cars in China (through exports and its joint ventures there) than in the United States,” CRS said. “On the other hand, China maintains a number of trade and investment barriers that affect trade flows in autos and auto parts.”

See U.S.-Chinese Motor Vehicle Trade: Overview and Issues, May 13, 2013

Other new and updated reports from the Congressional Research Service that Congress has declined to make publicly available include the following.

Regulation of Fertilizers: Ammonium Nitrate and Anhydrous Ammonia, May 9, 2013

Haiti Under President Martelly: Current Conditions and Congressional Concerns, May 10, 2013

Women in Combat: Issues for Congress, May 9, 2013

The Peace Corps: Current Issues, May 10, 2013

Proposals to Eliminate Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns, May 10, 2013

The Federal Budget: Issues for FY2014 and Beyond, May 9, 2013