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The Changing Nature of Import Relief

William Reinsch | 01/09/2018

I normally don’t comment on specific trade cases that are pending, largely because they are advocacy driven, and saying anything inevitably produces cranky comments from people on the other side…

Abenomics and Japan’s Trade Policy in a New Era

Mireya Solís, Shujiro Urata | 01/04/2018

Abstract Trade policy, in particular, the Trans-Pacific Partnershi...

Trade Policy Is More Than Just Trade Agreements

UK Trade Forum | 01/04/2018

It may have been expressed in a somewhat tongue-in-cheek manner, but many trade policy...

Revamping CFIUS—and Going Too Far

Gary Clyde Hufbauer | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 12/10/2017

If there is one economic issue that seems to...

Tax Reform and the Trade Balance

Brad W. Setser | 12/06/2017

The tax reform bills that have now passed both the House and and Senate look to have more tax cuts th...

The Protectionist’s Progress: Year 1

Uri Dadush | 12/01/2017

Abstract President Trump’s actions on trade have not quite matched his rhetoric, but the worst ...

The Pacific Alliance: Why it’s Still Important For Western Canada

Naomi Christensen and Carlo Dade | 11/20/2017

Canada is now an associate member of the pac...

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