China’s place in the East Asian production chain distorts trade data to make it seem like the country responsible for the U.S. trade deficit. This is not the case.
The guys being ferried around Davos for deal meetings know that Donald Trump thinks like them, hires them, and aspires to the same things as they do.
Under Secretary for the U.S. Treasury Nathan Sheets will discuss the Obama administration’s international economic policy and the importance of continued American leadership.
As China continues to grow, reform, invest abroad, and integrate with the global financial system, it is almost inevitable that one day the RMB will rival the U.S. dollar and the Euro as a global reserve currency. But that day is still far away.
Movements across Europe are undermining the EU’s ability to forge new trade deals. Such opposition runs counter to the bloc’s founding philosophy as an open trading organization.
The relationship between India and Portugal has progressed tremendously politically and culturally since diplomatic ties were established in 1974-75, but its economic and strategic potential has not been fully realized.
Portugal and India have an opportunity to revive their legacy of cooperation and explore its economic potential in the 21st century and strategically couch their relationship in the context of the Portuguese-speaking countries.
While Jordan offers comparatively favorable labor laws for the region, many migrant workers remain legally and economically vulnerable.
With exclusive access to Rao’s never-before-seen personal papers, Vinay Sitapati’s definitive biography provides new revelations on the Indian economy, nuclear program, foreign policy, and domestic politics.
Rejecting the Trans-Pacific Partnership should not mean the rejection altogether by Washington of the very idea of a stable, rules-based trading system. The world is better off with such a regime.