James H. Nolt Adjunct Professor at New York University
May 16 , 2018
We are currently headed into an unprecedented crisis in the world trading system that is not simply rooted in bad laws, weak institutions, reckless leaders or rogue nations; it is rooted in wrongheaded theories. The looming U.S.-China trade war is one of the real consequences of this.
Dan Steinbock Founder, Difference Group
Apr 09 , 2018
As oil can now be traded with RMB-denominated contracts, the rise of the petroyuan will accelerate the internationalization of the Chinese currency as investors begin to increase their allocations into Chinese financial assets.
He Yafei Former Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Mar 19 , 2018
The world is not totally dark and the forces of free trade and globalization remain strong. China stands firm and holds the banner of free trade high.
Yu Xiang Research Fellow, CICIR
Mar 16 , 2018
Trump’s trade belligerence is damaging the house America built.
Lu Chen Consultant, United Nations
Feb 08 , 2018
If effective policy measures can't be taken to contain it, the risks to the world economy caused by the escalation of protectionism could severely disturb the world in 2018.
Jan 26 , 2018
President says he would drop opposition to trade pact if better deal could be negotiated.
Jan 24 , 2018
Analysts say duties will result in job losses in US and set back use of renewables
Jan 11 , 2018
Canada has launched a wide-ranging trade complaint against the United States, the World Trade Organization said on Wednesday.
Christopher A. McNally Professor of Political Economy, Chaminade University
Sep 19 , 2017
It seems as if U.S. President Donald Trump is intent on perpetrating a dangerous fallacy: to impose tariffs on American imports to lower the trade deficit. These moves are coming despite the fact that the most prominent critic of China’s trade practices in the U.S. administration, Steven Bannon, has left the White House. Why is the Trump administration so enamored by tariffs, a trade policy more commonly employed a hundred years ago?
Doug Bandow Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Jun 15 , 2017
China has an increasing opportunity to share global leadership. Unless the U.S. recognizes U.S.-China relations as a positive-sum game, China may eventually surpass the U.S. economically through global leadership and innovation.