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Quiet, But Important, Progress in Transatlantic Trade

Barbara C. Matthews | Atlantic Council | 03/18/2019

Amid the chaos over Brexit, few have noticed the quiet, but steady, progress on the transatlantic trade policy agenda. The European Parliament voted on March 14 against a resolution that…

Trump Thinks “Trade Isn’t Tricky”

Ed Gerwin | Progressive Policy Institute | 03/06/2019

The mounting damage to America’s economy and global standing from Pr...

Next Up in the Trade Wars: Autos

Jeffrey J. Schott | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 02/21/2019

The Trump administration has concluded a study to...

Can Auto Tariffs Pry Open Foreign Markets?

Phil Levy | Forbes | 02/20/2019

The Commerce Department’s much-anticipated report on the national security threat posed...

The Ideal Free Trade Agreement

Dan Mitchell | International Liberty | 01/16/2019

I’m for free trade because I want more jobs and more prosperity for the United S...

Evaluating the New NAFTA

Simon Lester and Inu Manak | CATO | 10/03/2018

Evaluating the New NAFTA There’s a lot in the new NAFTA (technically, the US-Mexico-Canad...

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