Monthly Archives: November 2022

Two New Trade Reports — Workers and Trade — Guess Who Needs More Prorection?

     Two recent and really significant government reports have been released (around the time of the U.S. midterm elections) concerning U.S. trade policy focusing on U.S. workers and China.   The first by the U.S. International Trade Commission (October 2022) … Continue reading

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TRUMP’S TRADE & TARIFF POLICIES — China Decoupling? Perhaps, a Bit.

       After four years of Trump’s trade wars here are three observations concerning tariffs on Chinese imports: some Chinese imports are surging; Chinese imports hit with 25% tariffs have struggled; imports of semi-conductors from China have cratered. Bottom … Continue reading

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