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For Inflation Relief, the United States Should Look to Trade Liberalization

Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Megan Hogan & Yilin Wang | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 03/15/2022

Introduction With inflation running at 40-year high rates, President Joseph R. Biden Jr. is wringing his hands and the Federal Reserve is signaling more interest rate hikes in 2022 and…

US Policy Options to Reduce Russian Energy Dependence

Trevor Houser, John Larsen, Kate Larsen, Mahmoud Mobir, and Ben King | Rhodium Group | 03/08/2022

Russia’s i...

USTR Strategic Plan 2022-2026

Office of the U.S. Trade Representative | 03/01/2022

This strategic plan of the Office of the United States Trade Representative (US...

A Worker-Centric Trade Agenda Needs to Focus on Competitiveness, Including Robust IP Protections

Robert D. Atkinson, Jaci McDole, and Nigel Cory | Information Technology and Innovation Foundation | 02/22/2022

Is The Post-War Trading System Ending?

Uri Dadush | Bruegel | 02/21/2022

The world trading system is reeling from the trade war between China and the United State...

China’s Regulatory Crackdowns and U.S.-China Trade and Investment Relations

Henry Gao | National Foundation for American Policy | 02/10/2022

China’s regulatory ...


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