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.


Commentary: Postelection U.S.-China Trade Relations May Not Take the Expected Path

Yossi Sheffi | Wall Street Journal | 10/31/2020

The Trump administration’s aggressive stance toward China has compounded uncertainty on U.S.-China trade relations. In considering how the presidential elections may affect the flow of international trade, companies should avoid…

Globalization Needs Rebuilding, Not Just Repair

JEAN PISANI-FERRY | Bruegel | 10/29/2020

A second term for US President Donald Trump would complete the demolition...

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...

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...

U.S. to Offer Loans to Lure Developing Countries Away From Chinese Telecom Gear

Stu Woo | Wall Street Journal | 10/18/2020

The U.S. government is embarking on a p...

Calculating the True Cost of Trump’s “Trade Wars”

Scott Lincicome | CATO Institute | 10/15/2020

Given the centrality of trade policy to President Trump’s t...


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