NextGenTrade®

WITA’s NextGenTrade® initiative focuses on emergent trade issues that will be at the center of trade discussions, negotiations and disputes in the years to come.

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Global Value Chains and the Changing Demands on Trade Policy

Kimberly Ann Elliott | Center for Global Development | 07/28/2017

WASHINGTON, DC – June, 2017–Tariffs and import quotas are no longer at the center of most trade negotiations because they are generally low for most manufactured goods. Today, modern trade…

How Blockchain is Changing Track and Trace

Finbarr Bermingham | Global Trade Review | 07/28/2017

This article was originally published by the Global Trade Review....

Services Promote the Competitiveness of U.S. SMEs

Sherry M. Stephenson | International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development | 05/30/2017

The majority of f...

The Linkage between Services and Manufacturing in the U.S. Economy

Sherry M. Stephenson | International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development | 05/23/2017

Services and American Competitiveness

Sherry M. Stephenson | International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development | 05/16/2017

Services are a major engine o...

So Macron Won. Now What Should the EU Do?

William Krist | 05/08/2017

You can hear the big sigh of relief from Brussels over Emmanuel Macron’s May 7 victory.  Now...

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