Trade agreements remain critical because that beggar-thy-neighbor temptation for governments — in the United States, but especially elsewhere — never goes away. And it will surely resurface if the United States is the first to rip them up.
By Chad Bown
How do you explain the utter contempt Trump has expressed on the campaign trail about others who outsource, while he is doing the exact same thing?…
By Robert Lawrence
For years, American lawmakers have targeted China's currency, saying it has been deliberately undervalued to give Chinese companies price advantages in international trade. Kwame Holman reports on a Senate bill under consideration that would allow countervailing duties on Chinese good…
President Bush announced today that the U.S. would impose tariffs of up to 30 percent on steel imports in an effort to protect the slumping American steel industry.
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