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TradeVistas is creating a “Trade Person of the Year” and we give it to…the American lobster. This week we explain how lobsters became a prawn in the trade wars (pun intended) and the lessons to be learned from the unintended consequences of some trade policies.
Trade policy as a component of what drives economic uncertainty has been low and nearly flat for most of the last twenty years, but has experienced amajor spike in over the last four years, in particular due to the U.S.-China trade dispute and the setbacks in negotiating a smooth UK exit from the European Union. How can we track it? Read this week about some new indices.
Lost your place when it comes to the U.S.-China trade war or Brexit? We can help. Also, serious talks in the WTO about agricultural subsidies began in earnest more than 20 years ago. A lot has changed. We’ve got a fresh look.
This week we bring you three angles on the nexus between morality and trade: the U.S. lost a WTO argument that tariffs on goods from China were necessary to protect U.S. public morals, U.S. politicians vote in more protectionist ways when they are up for re-election, and controversies are brewing over trade in dinosaur fossils.
“Buy American” is a prominent campaign theme* *as Republican President Donald Trump and Democrat party candidate Joe Biden sketch out their plans for reviving the U.S. economy. This week, read the new TradeVistas American Trade Survey results showing American attitudes toward Buy American, and learn more about the evolution of Buy American policies.