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America's Worst Trade Partners in 2013

Top 20 Deficits, 2013

In a recent previous post, I reported that the U.S. suffered a record trade deficit in manufactured goods with those half of nations above the median population density, and a healthy surplus with the other half of nations. 682 more words


Semi-Good News on Trade Policy

I am pleased to see that the Trans-Pacific Partnership Act has gotten a boost from the United States Senate with the Senate’s decision to grant President Obama fast-track authority to negotiate a new trade deal. 273 more words

Jack M. Mintz: Time for NAFTA-plus

North America is poised to be the most dynamic economy in the next two decades

It is about time. A significant candidate looking to become the U.S. 820 more words

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The Embassy of Mexico in Beijing

May 7, 2015

Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy meets with Mexico Embassy in Beijing!

Today’s meeting pivoted from the trend of previous meetings on… 306 more words

Brian Innes: TPP — the time is now

For Canada’s agricultural and food exporters, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the biggest game in town. And after five years of negotiations, a deal is finally in sight. 617 more words

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Nike promises thousands of U.S. jobs if trade measures approved

Nike Inc. and its partners will create as many as 10,000 U.S. manufacturing and engineering jobs over the next decade if Congress approves fast-track trade legislation and a Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement is finalized, according to the company. 231 more words