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 the USMCA’s Requirements on Regulatory Data Protection Increase Spending on Medicines?

Phillip Stevens | Geneva Network | 06/01/2019

Introduction As parties to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), Canada and Mexico have agreed to adopt important intellectual property protections for biologic medicines. Most significantly, both countries have agreed to…

Transcript: President Trump’s Transatlantic Visit

CSIS | 05/29/2019

Caleb Diamond: Hello. Thank you for joining today. My name is Caleb Diamond, and I work in t...

International Regulatory Cooperation and the Public Good

Stuart Trew | Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives | 05/22/2019

Regulation gets a bad name in much of...

Ensuring a Post-Brexit Level Playing Field

David Baldock et al | European Policy Centre | 05/20/2019

Soon after the referendum that decided the UK would leave the...

Strengthening the U.S.-Pacific Islands Partnership

Amy Searight, Brian Harding, Kim Mai Tran | Center for Strategic and International Studies | 05/15/2019

The Uni...

Mexicans, Americans Share Positive Views of USMCA Trade Agreement

Craig Kafura, Jorge Buendía, and Esteban Guzmán Saucedo | The Chicago Council on Global Affairs | 05/06/2019


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