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The End of Globalization as We Know It

Jean Pisani-Ferry | Project Syndicate | 06/28/2021

PARIS – For most people, globalization has for decades been another name for across-the-board liberalization. Starting mainly in the 1980s, governments allowed goods, services, capital, and data to move across…

An in-depth look at the US president’s global tax proposal

Ross McKenzie | Trade Finance Global | 06/24/2021

On the 11th June, the Group of Seven Nations (G7) m...

Exploring the Global Economic Recovery from COVID-19

Brooke Tenison | International Trade Administration | 06/15/2021

Since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared in ...

“Trade, Not Aid”: America’s Relationships With Africa Matter

Anthony B. Kim, Terry Miller | The Heritage Foundation | 06/07/2021

“Trade, not aid.” Two key s...

The World Is Closer Than Ever to Making Corporations Pay Up

Edward Alden | FP | 04/27/2021

In the spring of 2018, Seattle’s City Council tried to force some of th...

Inclusive growth: The digital transformation of East Asian trade

Homi Kharas and Meagan Dooley | Hinrich Foundation | 04/20/2021

East Asian economies are famous ...

Democracy, Capitalism, Trade: Building Back Better

Hanna Lauren | Ed Brzytwa | Polemics | 04/17/2021

The fate of the Pacific may rest on the bonds of the Atlantic...

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