TradeVistas has named the lobster the “2020 person of the year” in international trade. It’s a well-deserved honor. The lobster is at the center of a trade war that will go down as one of the most compelling cases of the futility of tariff politics.
The Abraham Accords will be much more than symbolic if they result in a positive economic impact from private commercial activity and stronger trade relations.
The Economic Policy Uncertainty index found that economic uncertainty from the trade war and Brexit has been eclipsed by the impacts of the global pandemic.
Why does protectionism lead to conflict and why does free trade help prevent it? Learn about the connection between peace and free trade.
Renewed investment in rural infrastructure like roads, waterways, and broadband would help American farmers compete in the global economy.
The blue economy contributes billions to global GDP and supports jobs around the world, from fishing to tourism. Learn why the future of ocean trade depends on science and sustainability.
Learn about empowering women who trade around the world. When more women are involved in trade, a country’s productivity and competitiveness increase.
Education ranked fifth among all U.S. services exports in 2018. But now travel restrictions due to COVID-19 leaves international students questioning whether to pursue studies abroad or rely on virtual education.
It is still too early to know the impact of COVID-19 and the trade war on the global supply chain. But did trade policies already induce nearshoring?
India is one of the United States’ top ten trading partners. But trade deficits continue to be a hot topic for policymakers in both Washington and New Delhi.