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.


Services and American Competitiveness

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

Services are a major engine of growth in the U.S. economy and play a substantial supporting and integrated role in U.S. manufacturing and agriculture. Service providers are the largest source…

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...

Trade Policy Implications of Global Value Chains

OECD | 04/25/2017

International trade increasingly involves global value chains (GVCs) where services, raw materi...

Robots and jobs: Evidence from the US

Daron Acemoglu and Pascual Restrepo | 04/17/2017

As robots and other computer-assisted technologies take over tasks previous...

A Post-Brexit Trade Regime for the UK

Kimberly Ann Elliott | 04/11/2017

The Brexit process is now officially under way. Over the next two years, the United Kingd...

Death of the power house? 3D printing, blockchain, and trade negotiations

Magnus Rentzhog | 04/03/2017

3D printing, blockchain technology, and decentralised produ...

Are Global Supply Chains Still the Future of Trade?

Kimberly Ann Elliott | 02/16/2017

After the initial rapid recovery from the Great Recession, global trade grow...


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