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Will Britain’s new trade deal with the Pacific Rim make a success out of Brexit?
Some say U.K. membership of the Trans-Pacific Partnership will make up for any trade lost with the European Union after Brexit. But others have their doubts.
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.
Trump brings back tariff on Canadian aluminum, one month after USMCA takes effect
The president says Canada is flooding the U.S. with imported aluminum and undercutting American companies.
Could British business benefit from trade barriers between U.K. and EU?
As trade talks get underway between the U.K. and the EU, some say Britain might be better off with fewer European imports.
Intellectual property protections to feature in new U.S.-China trade deal
Whatever is specifically agreed on could be very hard to enforce.
For farmers in central Washington, the USMCA is "a big relief"
Patrick Smith of Loftus Ranches in Yakima says the new trade deal takes away some uncertainty for farmers like him.
How'd NAFTA change the economy? Draw your own charts
On December 8, 1993, then-President Bill Clinton signed the North American Free Trade Agreement. It went into effect less than a month later. At the time, the bill was lauded for its ability to create jobs in the U.S. — Clinton had said NAFTA would create 200,000 jobs within two years — increase cooperation between […]
Round 15 of that other trade deal in the works — T-TIP
Round 15 of the T-TIP talks begins on Monday and few are expecting any consensus.
A private, global super court you've probably never heard of
Investor-state dispute settlements give corporations enormous power over countries.
How much could the return of factory jobs add up to?
Manufacturers are getting more done with fewer American workers.