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Mexico makes good on threats to impose tariffs on $3 billion worth of US cheese, pork, and other products

The Washington Post
Mexico said it would impose import duties on $3 billion worth of U.S. products, including cheese,...

Tariffs aren’t a cure-all for US jobs, economist says

fox business
By Henry Fernandez The dean of Columbia Business School said President Donald Trump’s trade tariffs will not...

More Money, Fewer Woes if Climate Deal Target Met, Research Says
By Abby Smith A study is forecasting trillions in global economic benefits from meeting Paris climate agreement...

Leading National Associations Announce Launch Of First-Of-Its-Kind Investor Coalition

Former White House senior official George David Banks to serve as Executive Director

No winners in a US–China trade war

East Asia Forum
In 2017, US President Donald Trump instructed the US Trade Representative (USTR) to investigate Chinese...

Newsmax: Drew Bond on NAFTA and Energy Innovation

On Newsmax "American Talks Live," Drew Bond discusses the importance of NAFTA and free trade to U.S. energy innovation.

A Conservative Economics of Dignity

The Wall Street Journal
As we enter his office, Glenn Hubbard apologizes for the building that houses it. Built...

Time to Regulate Proxy Advisory Firms

RealClear Policy
In the world of corporate governance, proxy advisory firms like ISS (Institutional Shareholder Services) and...

Russia Wants to Take Advantage of America’s Declining Nuclear Sector

RealClear World
President Donald Trump’s call last June to revitalize America’s deteriorating civil nuclear program has taken...

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  • New Study Finds Environmental Proxy Fights Are Damaging to Shareholders
    There is a longstanding claim that social and environmental (E&S) shareholder proposals are beneficial for investors. However, a new study found that neither public companies nor their shareholders see financial benefit from a shareholder proposal process that is used to promote a political agenda. Continue reading
    Tim Doyle
  • Investor-State Dispute Settlement is Critical to NAFTA
    The Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) is a critical component of NAFTA that must be preserved to protect over the border investments. There needs to be a binding and credible mechanism with which any dispute can be handled. Continue reading
    Dr. Pinar Cebi Wilber

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