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A Glimmer of Hope for Improved US-China Trade Relations

Wendy Cutler | The Hill | 06/22/2022

In a world where U.S.-China bilateral trade challenges seem insurmountable, last week’s World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference provided a glimmer of hope that the two largest economies of the…

Shifting the Dial on Women and Trade

Stephanie Honey | Trade Experettes | 03/14/2022

It has been four years since the Joint Declaration on Women’s Economic Empowe...

Russia Import Dependency Problem

Fredrik Erixon, Oscar Guinea, Vanika Sharma, Renata Zilli | European Centre for International Political Economy | 03/04/2022

Will Russia’s War Spur Trade Diversification?

Michael Spence | Project Syndicate | 03/01/2022

In today’s turbulent world, economic security depends o...

To Ease ASEAN’s Import Dependency, Strengthen Intra-ASEAN Trade

Stewart Paterson | Hinrich Foundation | 02/22/2022

As China’s cost base has risen and it looks ...

‘Dumping’ Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means

Scott Lincicome | CATO Institute | 02/16/2022

Dear Capitolisters, Every once in a while, I’ll stop chasing n...

The Big Question For Trade In 2022

Stephen Olson | Hinrich Foundation | 01/11/2022

With the new year upon us, here is one big question to keep an eye on as 2022 u...


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