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U.S.-China Trade and Economic Relations: Overview

Andres B. Schwarzenberg | Congressional Research Service | 09/12/2019

Background Over the past decades, Congress has sought to induce China to reduce the role of the state in the economy and remove trade and investment barriers, particularly as U.S.-China…

Industrial policy: Lessons from China

Panle Jia Barwick, Myrto Kalouptsidi, Nahim Bin Zahur | VOX | 09/11/2019

Despite the prevalence of industrial policies aroun...

AmCham Shanghai: 2019 China Business Report

PwC for the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai | 09/11/2019

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The survey results this year are d...

Retail Imports Surging Again Ahead of More Tariffs

J. Craig Shearman, VP, Government Affairs Public Relations | National Retail Federation | 09/10/2019


The Era of the Gas Mega-Players

Nikos Tsafos | CSIS | 09/10/2019

Within 10 years, three exporters will tower over the global gas world: Russia, the United States,...

Miscellaneous Tariff Bills (MTBs)

Vivian C. Jones | Congressional Research Service | 09/06/2019

On September 13, 2018, the President signed the Miscellaneous Tari...

World Law Group Report on Global Trade Policy 2019-2020

World Law Group | 09/06/2019

The World Trade Organization (WTO) recently noted that world trade is continu...


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