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What Trade Means to My State

By on May 20, 2021
What Trade Means to My State

by ASA HUTCHINSON

With over 350,000 jobs in Arkansas dependent on international trade, our nation must open up more global markets for our goods and services.

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Getting the U.S.-EU Trade Relationship Back on Track

By on May 20, 2021
Getting the U.S.-EU Trade Relationship Back on Track

by CLETE WILLEMS

For the last few years, the U.S. and EU have spent too much time and energy fighting each other that is better spent on coordinating on action against China.

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Time to Revitalize Pursuit of a U.S.-UK Free Trade Agreement

By on May 20, 2021
Time to Revitalize Pursuit of a U.S.-UK Free Trade Agreement

by ANTHONY KIM & TERRY MILLER

An Anglo-American trade agreement would be a force generator for greater economic dynamism and prosperity. And it would play a key role in reinvigorating the global free-trade agenda.

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WTO at a Crossroads

By on May 20, 2021
WTO at a Crossroads

by MARK LINSCOTT

The World Trade Organization can have a bright future. But that future is certainly not assured, and threats to it will continue to expand as countries seek out alliances outside of the WTO.

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Outcompeting China: A Roadmap for the U.S.

By on September 23, 2020
Outcompeting China: A Roadmap for the U.S.

by CLARK PACKARD

Rather than decoupling the two largest economies in the world, there is a smarter approach to confronting legitimate problems posed by China’s economic model.

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The New USMCA: Prospects for Passage & the Keys to the Debate

By on April 16, 2019
The New USMCA: Prospects for Passage & the Keys to the Debate

by SCOTT McCANDLESS & CAITLIN MACKAY

There could be enough votes to pass the new United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement. But based on historical trends, passage is not guaranteed.

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A View from the Heartland on the Importance of Trade

By on April 16, 2019
A View from the Heartland on the Importance of Trade

by DOUG GOEHRING

Farmers may not like the tariffs that China is imposing on our commodities, but they also don’t like China dragging out the process for approving registrations for years at a time.

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Time to Hit “Reset” on Transatlantic Trade

By on April 16, 2019
Time to Hit “Reset” on Transatlantic Trade

by PETER CHASE

If the U.S. and EU can resurrect at least the spirit of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, it could inject new purpose into the transatlantic partnership.

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Leveling the Playing Field with China

By on October 23, 2018
Leveling the Playing Field with China

by SIMON LESTER & HUAN ZHU

China’s wealth has grown significantly in recent decades, yet some of its trade practices remain rooted in its past as a fairly poor country.

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U.S. Trade Policy: Does it help or hinder U.S. business?

By on November 9, 2015 with 0 Comments
U.S. Trade Policy: Does it help or hinder U.S. business?

by CARLA A. HILLS

The former U.S. Trade Representative looks back on 60 years of trade policy and shares her thoughts on the challenges that lie ahead.

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