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.


Traducing Cross-Border Supply Chains: Who Benefits?

Simon J. Evenett | Hinrich Foundation | 12/01/2020

The coronavirus pandemic has subjected cross border supply chains – the arteries of the global economy – to intense scrutiny. Claims of overdependency on China, especially in essential goods, have…

Australia’s Asymmetrical Trade with China Offers Little Room to Move

David Uren | Australian Strategic Policy Institute | 11/10/2020

Australia has no realistic...

How Feasible is Decoupling from China?

RAGUL PALANISAMI | Asia & The Pacific Policy Society | 11/03/2020

Since assuming office, the Trump administration has often...

China Trade War Didn’t Boost U.S. Manufacturing Might

Josh Zumbrun and Bob Davis | Wall Street Journal | 10/25/2020

WASHINGTON – President Trump’s trade w...

Shippers on Intermodal: Changes Needed for Growth Opportunities

Haylle Sok | Global Trading Magazine | 10/13/2020

The intermodal transportation sector is experie...

How COVID-19 Put Wind in Shipping Companies’ Sails

The Economist | 10/10/2020

Sickness and shipping have a long shared history. The word quarantine is derived ...


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