Mexico is the biggest trade partner for Texas and the U.S., and tariffs on Mexican imports would quickly be felt on the border before impacting the rest of the U.S. economy, trade experts say. Read more»
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If G-20 leaders are serious about playing a constructive role in promoting trade openness and avoiding protectionism, then they must strengthen the ability of the World Trade Organization to act as a steward of global trading rules more effectively. Read more»
We found several exaggerations and misstatements in the latest Republican presidential candidates’ debate. Romney issued a hollow threat to take China’s currency manipulation to a world body that doesn’t actually deal with overvalued money, and he claimed federal spending consumes more of the nation’s economic output than it really does. Read more»