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Tax Reform in the United States: Implications for International Investment

United Nations Conference on Trade and Investment | 02/05/2018

The United States Government adopted an important tax reform bill – the “tax cuts and jobs acts” – in December 2017. Although many details are still being worked out and…

Seven Chinas: A Policy Framework

David Kelly | 02/05/2018

INTRODUCTION International analysis of China’s foreign policy is often too simple, too binary. Is China ...

What Is the U.S. Trade and Development Agency?

Daniel F. Runde, Romina Bandura and Brunilda Kosta | 01/30/2018

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) is a...

President Trump’s Remarks on Trade at the World Economic Forum

Donald J. Trump | 01/26/2018

It’s a privilege to be here at this forum an business and science di...

Free Trade or Women’s Rights?

Kate Lappin | 01/20/2018

After 30 years of neoliberal globalization, it has been increasingly acknowledged that austerity, pri...

The New Southbound Policy

Bonnie S. Glaser, Scott Kennedy, Mather P. Funaiole, Derek Mitchell- January 19, 2018 | 01/19/2018

In a concerted effort to expand Taiwa...

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