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The Effect of China’s Currency Devaluation on U.S.-China Trade

By Yasmin Aljarki After a central bank devaluation last week, China’s yuan fell to a four year low. This has sparked fears of a currency war brimming, as other countries also feel the pressure to devalue their currencies. Financial markets … Continue reading

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What U.S. Policy Toward Cuba Means for U.S. Businesses

Following last week’s announcement that the United States will re-open its embassy in Havana, Cuba later this month, I have received calls and e-mail messages from small and large business owners as to what opportunities exist for them in Cuba. … Continue reading

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Should We End the Ex-Im Bank?

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What Do Emerging Markets Have to Do With the High Price of Beef in the US?

I often encourage U.S. business owners to consider the growing number of consumers with greater purchasing power in developing countries as an additional market for their goods and services. Well, the impact of consumer demand in emerging markets, such as China, Brazil … Continue reading

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Tips on the T-TIP Trade Talks

The United States and the European Union began trade talks as a  part of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) agreement on Monday. Here is some useful information about the T-TIP negotiations as the United States and European continue the … Continue reading

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