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The Future of EU Leadership in the Car Industry: Still Global

David Henig and Hosuk Lee-Makiyama | ECIPE | 12/06/2021

This study considers how best to maintain a globally thriving EU car sector in the face of several interrelated challenges. The climate emergency necessitates a dramatic reduction in emissions to…

Supply Chain Tensions Ease as Focus Turns to Inflation, Climate

John W. Miller | Trade Data Monitor | 11/09/2021

The manufacture and shipping of essential goods f...


William Reinsch | Center for Strategic and International Studies | 11/01/2021

Subsidies are not a new issue. The first U.S. countervailing duty law was ...

World’s Growth Cools and the Rich-Poor Divide Widens

Jude Althagafi | 10/12/2021

As the world economy struggles to find its footing, the resurgence of the coron...

We Have a China Trade Policy—or Do We?

William Reinsch | Center for Strategic & International Studies | 10/12/2021

CSIS was privileged last week to host U.S. Tr...

How Countries Can Diversify Their Exports

Gonzalo Salinas | International Monetary Fund | 09/22/2021

As the world’s biggest copper producer, Chile’s shipments of ...


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