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Free Trade Across All Borders

Rachel Taylor


Dr. Gary North


Review Assignment Week 32

“Is free trade across a county border economically different from free trade across a national border?” 286 more words

RPC: Economics

Going all out of shale won’t cut gas imports, says Friends of the Earth

UK shale gas would make only a small dent in the nation’s net imports of gas, according to a briefing by Friends of the Earth. 401 more words


Making News: New Hill Article on Obama's Other Trade Cover-Up

I’m pleased to announce that The Hill newspaper, which specializes in covering Congress, has just posted a new article of mine presenting the evidence that keeping the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement tightly guarded isn’t the only trade-related cover-up being conducted by the President Obama.   132 more words


From Flickr: "Kann's Import Shop - Guttenberg, Iowa" by The J. Smith Archive

On the Banks of the Mississippi River
530 S. River Park Drive
Distinctive Imports from the World Over

A Mike Roberts Card
Number: SC5388

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US tinplate industry in trouble

This article was first published for Metal Bulletin Research in May 2015

A recent article in The Economist highlighted the problems being faced by US manufacturers in the face of a strengthening dollar. 515 more words

Carbon Steel

GM: feeding the world? Views in brief from UNEP, FOE, Nature Biotechnology, Indian analyst and the Organic Research Centre

After the news that Americans are turning to GM-free foods, most of which have to be imported, came another item; Vicki Hird, who works on food and farming issues at Friends of the Earth, noted in the Financial Times recently that Tom Vilsack, the US agriculture secretary and founder/former chair of the Governor’s Biotechnology Partnership, implied that adopting GM technology is the way to feed a growing world population. 532 more words

Food Producers