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Border Carbon Adjustment and International Trade

Madison Condon and Ada Ignaciuki | OECD | 06/15/2013

An important source of political opposition to measures aimed at reducing emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) arises from concerns over their negative effects on the competitiveness of domestic firms, especially…

Trade and Climate Change

Ludivine Tamiotti, Robert Teh, and Vesile Kulaçoğlu | WTO | Anne Olhoff, Benjamin Simmons, and Hussein Abaza | UNEP | 02/06/2009

The Role of the Euro in Sub-Saharan Africa and in the CFA Franc Zone

Martin Hallett | European Commission - Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs | 11/01/2008

The Status of WTO Rules in U.S. Law

John J. Barceló III | Cornell Law Faculty Publications | 01/06/2006

This essay takes up both the direct and the indirect effe...

The Benefits of Free Trade: A Guide For Policymakers

Denise H. Froning | The Heritage Foundation | 08/25/2000

International trade is the framework upon which Ame...

Third Annual Message (first term)

Grover Cleveland | The American Presidency Project at UC Santa Barbara | 12/06/1887

Excerpt “But our present tariff laws, ...

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