Dave Chappelle is a great comedian. But he may be an even better economist. He certainly understands free trade a lot better than some of the people who are currently in charge of directing U.S. trade policy.
Hopes for a resurgent Q4 GDP may be stymied as the US trade balance dropped to a new post-Trump wide deficit in December of -$53.1bn (worse than expected $52.1bn) as trade imbalances with Europe and China both worsened.
And American solar industry jobs in particular
The renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has quieted the mantra that all free trade agreements are good for America. Consequently, we now can analyze NAFTA's impact on the largest segment of American agricultural, the U.
"Sustainability." "Free trade." "Globalism." Does the very mention of these words set you blood boiling? Why? Are you reacting to the actual meaning of the words, or the way those words have been twisted to serve various political agendas
In every trade, both sides benefit, from their own individual perspective. The reason is simple: Each side is giving up something he values less for something he values more.
His "Indo-Pacific Dream"...Trump may have sensed that he appeared too conciliatory towards President Xi and China during his visit to Beijing, and so shortly after doubling down on his parting message to China by tweeting that "I don't blame China