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U.S.-India Trade Relations

Shayerah Ilias Akhtar and K. Alan Kronstadt | Congressional Research Service | 10/02/2019

The United States and India view one another as important strategic partners to advance common interests regionally and globally. Bilateral trade in goods and services is about 3% of U.S….

World Trade Organization: Overview and Future Direction

Cathleen D. Cimino-Isaacs, Rachel F. Fefer, and Ian F. Fergusson | Congressional Research Service | 10/02/2019

Strengthening the WTO

National Foreign Trade Council | 10/01/2019

Introduction The World Trade Organization (WTO) is fundamental to the functioning of the global ...

NABE Outlook Survey – October 2019

National Association for Business Economics | 10/01/2019

NABE Panel Expects GDP Growth to Dip Below 2% in 2020, With Risk...

The World Trade Organization

Ian F. Fergusson and Rachel F. Fefer | Congressional Research Service | 10/01/2019

Overview The World Trade Organization (WTO) was es...

People Around the Globe are Divided in Their Opinions of China

Laura Silver, Kat Devlin, and Christine Huang | Pew Research Center | 09/30/2019

  As the Peo...

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