Yes. I am excited that the blog, International Trade Examiner, is now on the company website. With the upcoming elections, watch out for our ongoing analysis of free trade policies and what they mean for U.S. business owners, consumers, and … Continue reading
by Natalie Hatour The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement is expected to open up markets in the Asia-Pacific region for American firms and boost U.S. services exports (see most recent TPP post). At the state-level, the TPP also has the potential … Continue reading
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Following last week’s news about China’s economic slowdown and stock market crashes, China, once again, has devalued its currency. Debates continue as to what this most recent currency devaluation will mean for the global market. For example, Reuters reporters, Lu Jianxin … Continue reading
UPDATE on Sept. 19, 2014 at 5:23 a.m. PST: Reauthorization of the Ex-Im Bank has been approved. However, rather than being a five year extension, the Ex-Im Bank has been reauthorized until June 2015. Re-authorization of the Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im … Continue reading
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For the past three months, I have been enjoying my new position as the president and CEO of the Global Research Institute of International Trade (GRIIT). (Learn more about GRIIT here) On Saturday, I held a successful seminar with a … Continue reading