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Cato Trade Jul 15
Are free trade’s best days behind us? 's answers that question in . Check it out here:
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Cato Trade Jul 22
"If a way back to multilateralism in trade is not soon found, the entire trading system may unravel, with grievous economic consequences for all the world," writes 's James Bacchus.
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Cato Trade 20h
Protectionism shows how concentrated benefits and diffuse costs can push self-interested politicians into adopting polices that are actually opposed by most of the electorate.
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tito Jul 20
Protectionism and Trade Barriers Aren't Just Bad Economics – They're Also Immoral by
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Cato Trade Jul 21
If governments are trying to promote the adoption of environmentally-friendly products, competition is helpful not harmful. Generally speaking, environmentalists should want more trade in these products, not less.
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WarrinerGeography Jul 22
"Blacklisting Huawei could cost trillions, so let’s look before we leap," writes 's
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Cato Trade Jul 19
The administration has convinced many people in Washington that tariffs were the last resort, because nothing else has worked with China. But this talking point from the administration is wrong.
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Cato Trade 4h
The purpose of “Buy America” measures is to force people to buy products that they otherwise would not. It’s time to end these measures and force US companies to compete like everyone else, both for their own good and that of the US taxpayer.
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Cato Trade Jul 20
Chinese goods that face lower or no tariffs when they come from Vietnam provide enormous opportunities for arbitrage.
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Cato Trade Jul 16
PODCAST: National Security, Freedom to Trade, and Huawei.
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Cato Trade Jul 20
In the 21st century, governments are competing to lure capital investment from the world’s best companies. Those companies have options and the importance of their contributions to US economic growth and dynamism cannot be overstated.
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Cato Trade Jul 20
It is reasonable to conclude the Huawei presents some degree of threat to US national security, but one that likely can be mitigated through measures less comprehensive than banning all forms of commerce.
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Cato Trade Jul 21
Many people have explained to President Trump why he is wrong about tariffs and trade, but he does want to hear about it.
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Cato Trade Jul 19
Perhaps the most maddening aspect of the Trump administration's trade saga is that it didn’t have to be this way.
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Mark B Jul 19
Economic AND National Security are WHY the matters and makes TOTAL sense as National Transportation and Defense Policy. IGNORE 's blind allegiance and support of the 's funded campaign against the ; Support
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Marie Jul 22
"Mettre Huawei sur une liste noire pourrait coûter des milliards de dollars, alors regardons avant de sauter", écrit-il de dans .
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Cato Institute Jul 19
Ever since Adam Smith successfully replaced mercantilist orthodoxy with free trade doctrine, critics have repeatedly challenged the doctrine. Each time, free trade advocates have successfully exposed the falsehoods repeated by critics
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Cato Trade Jul 19
The US should not impoverish its citizens because other nations impoverish theirs. To do so would not only ignore common sense and basic economics, but also lead to higher trade barriers, fewer reforms, and a lower standard of living for us all.
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Cato Press Jul 18
Associate director of the Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies said, "I don't think the latest China GDP numbers have changed the calculation for either side in how to approach the current trade war."
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Cato Trade Jul 17
Free trade is the extension of free markets across political borders. When goods, services, capital, and labor flow freely across borders, Americans can take full advantage of the opportunities of the international marketplace.
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