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Joe Biden believes Chinese smart cars threaten U.S. security

U.S. President Joe Biden announced on February 29 that he had instructed the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to investigate smart cars originating from China. Joe Biden pointed out in the statement that “China is determined to dominate the future of the automobile market, including the use of inappropriate To be fair, China is also preparing to flood U.S. roads with technologically advanced vehicles that could pose risks to national security.”

Joe Biden further explained that China’s smart cars can collect sensitive data about American citizens and infrastructure and send this data back to China, where the vehicles can be accessed remotely. Why should Chinese smart cars be allowed to operate in the United States without safeguards?

White House officials said it was too early to say what action the U.S. Commerce Secretary might take on cars, but they said the government has broad legal powers that could have a “huge impact.”

At present, the United States has restricted electric vehicles using Chinese batteries from receiving green car tax credits and imposed high tariffs on Chinese cars. At the same time, the United States is also considering modifying tariffs to target Chinese cars assembled in Mexico.

The Commerce Department will solicit comments over the next 60 days and will consider drafting a regulation after that time. It will also investigate U.S.-produced cars, such as where their software comes from.

Previously, He Yadong, spokesperson of the Ministry of Commerce of China, responded to the United States’ restrictions on Chinese automobile imports through high tariffs. Chinese automobiles are widely popular around the world, not because of low-price dumping, but because of technological innovation and excellence formed in fierce market competition. quality. In recent years, the United States has set up numerous obstacles, including imposing tariffs, restricting participation in government procurement, and adopting discriminatory subsidy policies, which have seriously hindered Chinese automobiles from entering the U.S. market. In sharp contrast, China has always opened its door to global automobile companies. U.S. auto companies are fully enjoying the dividends of China’s large market. In fact, the sales of American brand cars in China far exceed the sales of Chinese brand cars in the United States.

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