On January 26, leading journalists joined WITA to discuss global political, economic and trade trends for 2023.
Bryce Baschuk, Reporter, Bloomberg News
David J. Lynch, Global Economics Correspondent, The Washington Post
Ana Swanson, Trade and International Economics Reporter, The New York Times
Moderator: John Miller, Chief Economic Analyst, Trade Data Monitor
Bryce Baschuk is an economics reporter for Bloomberg News based in Geneva, Switzerland.
Bryce spent the past decade covering the World Trade Organization, the US-China trade war, supply chain disruptions and digital commerce. Bryce began his career as a telecommunications reporter in Washington, where he won the SPJ Dateline Award for his coverage of copyright infringement legislation.
David J. Lynch
David J. Lynch is The Washington Post’s global economics correspondent. He joined The Washington Post in November 2017 from the Financial Times, where he covered white-collar crime. He was previously a senior writer with Bloomberg News, focusing on the intersection of politics and economics. Earlier, he followed the global economy for USA Today, where he was the founding bureau chief in both London and Beijing. He covered the wars in Kosovo and Iraq, the latter as an embedded reporter with the U.S. Marines, and was the paper’s first recipient of a Nieman fellowship at Harvard University. He has reported from more than 60 countries.
Lynch has a master’s degree in international relations from Yale University and a B.A. in government from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Ct. He lives in northern Virginia
Ana Swanson is a trade and international economics reporter for The New York Times. She previously covered the economy, trade and the Federal Reserve for The Washington Post.
Before that, she was an editor of Foreign Policy’s South Asia Channel and the editor in chief of China Economic Review magazine in Shanghai.
She has a bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology from Northwestern University and a master’s in international relations with a focus in China and international economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington.
Before moving to Washington, she lived and worked in China for eight years.
John W. Miller is Trade Data Monitor’s chief economist analyst, author of the TDM Insights column, and a former staff reporter at the Wall Street Journal, where he covered trade, mining, the Tour de France, and EU economics, among other topics. He directed the PBS film ‘Moundsville’ and is writing a book for Simon&Schuster about Earl Weaver and the role of the baseball manager.