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First Look: 2018 Election

January 11, 2018 // Excélsior - Mexico - Spanish

<i>The unanswered question of whether Mexico will continue to rely on NAFTA to place its products in duty-free markets generates more speculation than realistic responses. A final answer will come from the decisions made in the three capitals involved. There are various possibilities. The first of these, disconnecting [Read more]

Bad Influence

October 14, 2017 // Le Devoir - Canada - French

When one speaks to America's leading trade policymakers ... it seems like the population that they’re trying to please consists of only one person: President Trump.

Trump First, or America First?

August 31, 2017 // Huanqiu - China - Chinese

China must plan for the worst. If we are prepared for the worst, we’ll have nothing to fear, no matter what happens. This isn’t alarmist; this is something that very well could happen. In a world where “Trump First” exists, anything is possible.

Trumponomics

May 25, 2017 // El Comercio - Peru - Spanish

The main problem with this economic view is that it is anchored in the past.

Trump, Still

March 31, 2017 // Estadão - Brazil - Portuguese

The lack of diplomacy seen in Trump’s behavior is a legitimate concern in an unstable world.

US-Sino Trade Dispute Deadlock ‘Politicized’

March 21, 2017 // Huanqiu - China - Chinese

Trade between the U.S. and China has long been the ballast of U.S.-Sino relations, but since Trump was elected president, concerns for the future of U.S.-Sino trade have been increasing. This is because the new president has claimed that he wants China to be classified as an “exchange rate manipulator,” and this is [Read more]
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