China-US Tensions Aren’t Going Away. What to Watch Now.

The Senate could bring a China bill to the floor for a vote by mid-April that will likely be centered around a bipartisan, bicameral Endless Frontier Act, which designates a number of critical sectors for US competitiveness, including artificial intelligence and semiconductors, says Anna Ashton, vice president of government affairs at the US-China Business Council. It would boost funding, possibly as high as $150 billion, to bolster research and development and reduce reliance on supply chains in China.