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The Evolution of Indonesia’s Participation in Global Value Chains

Asia Development Bank | 10/29/2019

This report analyzes Indonesia’s participation in and contribution to global value chains (GVCs) during 2000–2017 as the largest economy in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. The evolving role of…

The International Emergency Economic Powers Act: Key Facts

Christopher A. Casey | Congressional Research Service | 10/29/2019

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Generalized System of Preferences (GSP): Overview and Issues for Congress

Vivian C. Jones | Congressional Research Service | 10/28/2019

Summary The U.S. Generaliz...

Doing Business 2020–Sustaining the pace of reforms

World Bank Group | 10/24/2019

Regulation exists to protect workers, public safety, businesses, and investment...

Trade Remains the Focus as Tariffs Take Toll on Agriculture

CoBank | 10/24/2019

Key Points Trade tensions continue to mount as global economic growth slows. The U...

China’s Corporate Social Credit System

Michael D. Sutherland | Congressional Research Service | 10/24/2019

China’s construction of a nationwide “social credit s...

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