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.


As WTO Talks Continue on Subsidy Reform Initiatives, Concerns Persist over Poor Notification Records

Sofía Baliño | International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) | 11/09/2020

The need to reform the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) agriculture subsidy rules and to clinch a deal that disciplines harmful fisheries subsidies are well known, and the latter agreement is…

How Biden’s Win Affects Commodities Hit by Trade Wars, Tariffs

Joe Deaux | Bloomberg | 11/08/2020

It’s been a tumultuous four years for U.S. commodity industrie...

There’s a New Front in the US-China Trade and Tech War

Aarshi Tirkey | bserver Research Foundation | 11/04/2020

In little over a year, the Trump administration...

How Feasible is Decoupling from China?

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

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

A Biden Win Could Renew a Democratic Split on Trade

Ana Swanson | The New York Times | 10/28/2020

WASHINGTON — Joseph R. Biden’s presidential campaign has unified...


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