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Donald Trump, China and US Trade Policy

March 6, 2017 // El Comercio - Peru - Spanish

<i>A trade war between the United States and China would affect the global economy enormously, says Diego Marrero.</i> The election of Donald Trump in the United States brought with it uncertainty; now, in the coming months, we will truly be able to measure the feasibility of his proposed measures. One of the [Read more]

Arbitrary US Decision To ‘Re-evaluate All Trade Deals’

March 3, 2017 // Seoul Economic Daily - South Korea - Korean

The White House announced on Jan. 21 that it will “look at all of the trade deals throughout the globe…and in many cases [they] can update [them]” in order to “make sure they continue to benefit America and American workers.” Subject to re-evaluation are the North American Free Trade Agreement and the [Read more]

Brazil in the Era of Trump

February 16, 2017 // O Globo - Brazil - Portuguese

<i>We should position Brazil as a third party in the dispute between China and the United States.</i> South America is Brazil’s greatest priority in foreign relations – that’s how it was, at least, during the first decade of the millennium. Brazil rejected the Free Trade Area of the Americas, created the Union [Read more]

The Trump Effect

February 13, 2017 // Analitica - Venezuela - Spanish

It can be inferred from Trump’s public announcements and positions that trade protectionism will probably characterize the economic policy of his government; a highly expansive public spending policy focused on infrastructure, defense development and tax cuts. That would imply, on the one hand, the revision of trade [Read more]
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