America’s Trade Policy’s Research Library provides curated content on the most important trade issues being addressed by policy makers around the world.


Will industrial and agricultural subsidies ever be reformed?

Gary Clyde Hufbauer | PIIE | 03/31/2021

One economic argument for government subsidies is that they are necessary to compensate firms and industries for benefits they provide to society at large but cannot capture in the prices…

The hard work ahead in improving US-India agricultural trade

Mark Linscott and Scott Sindelar | Atlantic Council | 01/14/2021

The United States and India have ta...

Livestock and Poultry: World Markets and Trade

United States Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service | 01/12/2021

China Meat Consumption Expected t...

Beyond the fibre: Capturing cotton’s full value in Africa

Gérald Estur | International Trade Centre | 12/21/2020

Cotton by-products – such as cottonseed o...

Outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade

Bart Kenner & Hui Jiang | United States Department of Agriculture | 11/23/2020

FY 2021 U.S. Exports Forecast Up $11.5 Billion ...

Climate 21 Project

Climate 21 Project | 11/13/2020

The Climate 21 Project taps the expertise of more than 150 experts with high-level government experience, inclu...


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