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U.S.-China Tariff Actions by the Numbers

Brock R. Williams and Keigh E. Hammond | Congressional Research Service | 10/09/2019

Overview Since early 2018, the United States and China have imposed a series of tariffs against one another’s products, and these tariffs now affect a majority of trade between the…

World Development Report 2020

World Bank Group | 10/08/2019

Global value chains (GVCs) powered the surge of international trade after 1990 and now account for alm...

U.S. Farm Support: Compliance with WTO Commitments

Randy Schnepf | Congressional Research Service | 10/04/2019

As a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) a...

A Concise Guide to Huawei’s Cybersecurity Risks and the Global Responses

Jonathon Marek and Ashley Dutta | National Bureau of Asian Research | 10/03/2019

Latin Americans: On Board with Trade

Mauricio Mesquita Moreira and Marisol Rodriguez Chatruc | Inter-American Development Bank | 10/03/2019

How do Latin Americans...

CFIUS Reform: Foreign Investment National Security Reviews

James K. Jackson and Cathleen D. Cimino-Isaacs | Congressional Research Service | 10/03/2019

Overview S...

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