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International Affairs Forum
Social Media: Economics: International Trade

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Market Comrades
Discusses China's decision to revalue the yuan, as well as its own recent booming economic growth. By R. Glenn Hubbard. (AEI 7/26/05) Read More...


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Why is China Growing So Slowly?
Discusses China's economic growth, and whether or not it should have happened more rapidly or less rapidly in the given time period. By Martin Wolf. (1/01/05) Read More...


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Lifting All Boats
Discusses how China's rapid economic growth is affecting various other poorer nations. By Homi Kharas. (Carnegie Endowment 1/01/05) Read More...


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China's Trade Edge: Less Than It Seems
Discusses US trade agreements with China. By Albert Keidel. (Carnegie Endowment 5/19/2005) Read More...


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Testimony on Rule of Law in China
Discusses US interactions with China. By Minxin Pei. (Carnegie Endowment 6/7/2005) Read More...


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A Sticky State of Affairs
Discusses Sugar and the U.S.-Australia Free-Trade Agreement.By Aaron Lukas. (Cato Institute 2/12/2004) Read More...


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Mexico Must Lose Subsistence Jobs
Discusses whether NAFTA has cost Mexico job opportunities in both Mexico and the US. By Aaron Lukas. (Cato Institute 2/2/2004) Read More...


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After 10 Years, NAFTA Continues to Pay Dividends
Discusses what NAFTA has done for the last decade. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 1/8/2004) Read More...


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Values Conundrum: Will the U.S. and China Play by the Same Rules?
Discusses Foreign trade between the US and China. By David Rothkopf. (Carnegie Endowment 7/10/05) Read More...


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10 Truths About Trade Hard facts about offshoring, imports, and jobs.
Discusses the validity of the assertion that globalization is causing outsourcing. By Brink Lindsey. (Cato Institute 7/2004) Read More...


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Reagan Embraced Free Trade and Immigration
Discusses policies former president Reagan used in regards to free trade and immigration . By Daniel Griswold. (Cato Institute 6/2004) Read More...


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The Party of Protectionism
Discusses the issue of trade and protectionism and how both affect John Kerry in the presidential election of 2004. By Aaron Lukas. (Cato Institute 3/10/2004) Read More...


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Opportunism on Steroids
Discusses John Edwards views on free trade. By Dan Ikenson. (Cato Institute 5/02/2004) Read More...


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The Stealth Trade War
Discusses US international trading policies with China. By Dan Ikenson. (Cato Institute 2/18/2004) Read More...


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Trade with China is win-win
Discusses Canada trade with China. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 10/20/2004) Read More...


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President Bush Runs on a Pro-Trade Platform
Discusses differences on trade policies between George W. Bush and John Kerry .By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 8/25/2004) Read More...


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Fair Trade or Betrayed? CAFTA SI! Promise of stability and prosperity
Discusses the Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement. Dan Ikenson. (Cato Institute 4/3/2005) Read More...


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Thumbs Up for U.S. Trade Nominee
Discusses President Bush's nomination of Ohio Congressman Rob Portman as U.S. Trade Representative. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 3/18/2005) Read More...


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Forget Trade Deficits: Go for Growth
Discusses US growth potential. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 2/25/2005) Read More...


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Are Trade Deficits Good for the U.S. Economy?
Discusses how trade deficits effect the US Economy. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 2/15/2005) Read More...


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Enter the Protectionist Dragon
Discusses the US's international trade with China. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 2/13/2005) Read More...


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The Emperor's Same Old Clothes
Discusses the US's policies relating to foreign trade. By Daniel Ikenson. (Cato Institute 12/23/2004) Read More...


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Diamond-in-the-rough proposals on China
Discusses Trade with China. By Daniel Ikenson. (Cato Institute 5/19/2005) Read More...


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CAFTA cornucopia
Discusses the CAFTA. By Daniel Griswold. (Cato Institute 5/5/2005) Read More...


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Oil and Security
An editorial by The Washington Post supports U.S. government efforts to block China’s purchase of Unocal on the grounds that, as an oil importer, China is a national security threat. (The Washington P... Read More...


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Sino-Indian comparisons could be advantageous
Since China and India have similar historic and economic backgrounds of which they have handled in very different ways: there exists a prime opportunity for the two states to study each other and lear... Read More...


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An Unbalanced Trade Policy
The author, a Democratic Congressman from Ohio, opposes the passage of the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). CAFTA will only export more jobs outside the US and hurt poor workers in other... Read More...


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Tariff Hike Helps Keep Textile Trade in Order
China plans to raise export tariffs on 74 textile products next month. The writer views the move as a positive sign that China is determined to restructure its textile industry to prepare for future c... Read More...


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RMB is Not Cause of US Trade Deficit
The author debates the attack of US senators on Chinese currency valuation as the cause of the Sino-US trade deficit. By Chen Jinde. (China Daily, 4/30/2005) Read More...


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'Made in China' Labels Benefit Many Parties
Commenting on the friction between Chinese and US textile manufacturers over the recent removal of global textile quotas, the writer urges US policymakers to consider the interests of all affected par... Read More...


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