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South Africa must get ready for an inevitable loosening of trade ties with the US

Mills Soko | The Conversation | 06/02/2020

In six months’ time the world’s gaze will be trained on what is gearing up to be a contentious and hotly contested presidential election in the US. Irrespective of who…

The United States No Longer Considers Hong Kong Autonomous from China, Setting the Stage for Rule Changes that Could Disrupt Trade and Economic Relations

Christopher R. Wall, Stephan E. Becker, Aaron R. Hutman, Benjamin J. Cote, Sahar J. Hafeez and Roya Motazedi | Global Trade and Sanctions Law | 05/29/2020

Dems Must Embrace ‘America First’ Trade Policy to Win in Fall

Evan Bayh | Real Clear Politics | 05/22/2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting almost ...

High Stakes for the U.S-Kenya Trade Agreement

Judd Devermont | Center for Strategic and International Studies | 05/19/2020

When President Trump in February 2020 s...

US-China phase one tracker: China’s purchases of US goods

Chad Brown | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 05/18/2020

On February 14, 2020, the Eco...


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