Byonce Tyus has this information in Open Secrets. Here is an excerpt:
Lobbying filings show that foreign companies based in Asia and the Asian Pacific have lobbied on the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act (USICA), which imposes sanctions on China for human right abuses, and other bills related to boosting U.S. global competitiveness.
DJI Technology, a China-based company, spent $1 million on lobbying in 2021. The company specializes in making drones, and has lobbied on Title IV of USICA also known as the Senate’s American Security Drone Act, which bans the federal government from obtaining unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) from China. DJI also lobbied on the House’s UAS Act, which bans the Department of Homeland Security from obtaining and financing unmanned aircrafts from foreign countries or companies that are based in certain countries.
“DJI is extremely concerned about measures that would deny American first responders, government agencies, researchers and educators the ability to choose the best drone for their needs” DJI Technology’s U.S. Spokesperson Adam Lisberg told OpenSecrets. “The USICA and UAS Act bills could undermine their work, and would take away the tools that public safety workers rely on to protect the public and themselves in life-or-death situations.”
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