Recent research finds that higher tariffs on dirtier imports could reduce carbon emissions.
Remember those steel and aluminum tariffs that were supposed to target China but also pulled in Europe and Canada? Most of them still exist.
The tariffs placed on over $360 billion of Chinese goods is still a chief concern for Gretchen Blough of Erie, Pennsylvania.
The Biden administration hasn’t removed Trump’s tariffs on steel or aluminum — to the benefit of some U.S. manufacturers.
Lydia Clarke's business struggled in the early days of the pandemic. Now, she says, "I know we can do it."
Adam Posen agrees with the goals of boosting green energy and keeping China at bay. But he says protectionism won't achieve them.
The Indo Pacific Economic Framework deals with labor standards, supply chains, climate change and transparency. But not tariffs.
As congestion eases at some ports, "we know the fixed date of when freight is arriving now," said customs broker Gretchen Blough.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai: Globalization 1.0 was “fragile.” Will 2.0 be more resilient?
Tai outlined what globalization 2.0 will look like and what those changes mean for the American people at the Milken Institute Global Conference.
Kevin Feig's Florida auto parts company is paying the U.S. government up to $600,000 a month in import duties.