Trade

Trade

Trump’s tariff is the wrong way for trade enforcement — but...

Washington Examiner
In contrast to sweeping tariff proposals, targeted and deliberate enforcement efforts are imperative both to maintain public trust in international trade and to ensure the domestic economic benefits of those agreements.

U.S. trade relations

The Washington Times
President Trump made his mark as a businessman prior to occupying the Oval Office and he often gives his sales pitch for America: The country is...

Op-Ed: Low-income Americans the biggest losers from Trump’s tariffs

The Hill
President Trump announced his final decision on steel and aluminum tariffs. While it looks like we will have to wait for details on which countries and products will be covered, the president repeated his emphasis on fairness and that we might see further action on trade. However, the whole process has been alarming to American businesses and our major allies.

Despite Opposition, Trump Is Expected To Unveil International Tariffs Soon

NPR
Rachel Martin talks to ACCF Scholar Glenn Hubbard about the looming tariffs.

ACCF on Tariffs and Cohn Resignation

BBC World News
"Numb" is how ACCF President and CEO Mark Bloomfield describes Washington's reaction to the resignation of National Economic Council director Gary Cohn. He also offers his political take on President Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum.

Look beyond the threat of steel tariffs to the 1.8 million...

MarketWatch
The seventh round of Nafta talks are under the shadow of President Trump’s plan to impose a 25% tariff on imported steel and a...

Why Economists Are Worried About International Trade

New York Times
ACCF Scholar N. Gregory Mankiw weighs in on Trump's

SOTU: Infrastructure Investment, Regulatory Improvement and Free Trade are Winning Policy...

President Trump should be commended for his efforts in shepherding the first major overhaul of our tax system in over thirty years.

At Davos, Trump can ensure ‘American First’ isn’t ‘America Alone’

Published in The Hill When German professor Klaus Schwab organized a meeting of European business leaders to discuss global management practices in Davos 47 years...

Prioritize trade, infrastructure to bolster tax reform gains

The Hill
American businesses, big and small, started the New Year with renewed hope after long-awaited comprehensive tax reform became a reality in the final days...