Contributors provide unique perspectives on critical trade issues. Author’s views are their own, and do not reflect the views of WITA, its Board or its staff.


The Linkage between Services and Manufacturing in the U.S. Economy

Sherry M. Stephenson | 05/23/2017

Services have enabled manufacturing in the U.S. to become more efficient and competitive Services have enabled manufacturers to take advantage of cutting edge technologies and become more productive. Services have…

Services and American Competitiveness

Sherry M. Stephenson | International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development | 05/16/2017

Services are a major engine o...

So Macron Won. Now What Should the EU Do?

Bill Krist and Brian Fedorow | 05/08/2017

You can hear the big sigh of relief from Brussels over Emmanuel Macron’s May...

Trade Policy Implications of Global Value Chains

OECD | 04/25/2017

International trade increasingly involves global value chains (GVCs) where services, raw materi...

Confessions of a Free-Trade Lobbyist

Bill Lane | 02/23/2017

Business leaders politely clap as the president puts exports at risk. Yet they know ‘Fortress America’...

Take a Patriotic Vacation to Johnstown, Pa.

Bill Lane | 01/12/2017

A true protectionist would tax travel: Visiting Aruba is just like importing leisure. The stron...


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