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Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement: A Very Brief Guide

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The United States and the European Union will enter into trade talks this summer as a  part of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement. As the third and final part of the series on U.S.-EU trade relations in … Continue reading

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US-EU Trade in Historical Perspective: Kennedy and Nixon

In his 2013 State of the Union Address, U.S. President Barack Obama announced that the United States would enter into trade talks with the European Union. Talks for the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement are expected to begin by … Continue reading

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The Most Viewed Posts in 2012

International Trade Examiner’s top three posts that received the most views for 2012 were: 1 President Obama announces new trade enforcement agency January 2012 2 Cuba: Economic reform and foreign trade policy April 2012 3 U.S. trade deficit has grown, candidate … Continue reading

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The unfolding politics of U.S.-Russia trade relations

President Barack Obama just signed into law today a bill that would promote trade with Russia while also addressing the country’s human rights record. This comes amid Russian President Vladimir Putin’s criticism of the United States on Thursday for passing … Continue reading

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Fiscal Cliff, Farm Subsidies and Foreign Trade

Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and House Speaker John Boehner went on the Sunday talk shows to discuss President Obama’s proposal to avoid a fiscal cliff at the end of this year. President Obama presented his plan to Republicans on Thursday. … Continue reading

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