We are witnessing the unfolding of a time-tested tactic of “bait-and-switch” when it comes to the Trump administration’s promotion of USMCA as CSIS Scholl Chair Bill Reinsch writes in a new commentary.
With the agreed USMCA along with an apparent truce with Europe may allow the Trump administration to turn more of its focus to its growing trade dispute with China, some questions still linger as CSIS expert Jack Caporal writes in a new CQ.
Hard to pronounce thought it may be, if that’s the worst one can say about USMCA, the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, then the business in all three countries dodged a serious bullet as CSIS Scholl Chair Bill Reinsch writes in his new commentary.
We don’t approach the issue of trade entirely rationally, and we are perfectly capable of maintaining two contradictory views at the same time,” says CSIS Scholl Chair Bill Reinsch in a new commentary.
Staring down economic disruption and the president potentially overstepping his use of congressionally delegated power, some lawmakers have introduced legislation to check the president’s trade authority.
The U.S.-Mexico announcement comes over a year after the renegotiation began and signals progress in the administration’s first substantive trade negotiation. What is the status of the NAFTA negotiations after this development and what’s worth watching?
For decades, mobility was one of the features of the U.S. economy as young workers, with families or without, went off to seek their fortunes elsewhere, in some cases voluntarily, in others driven to it by poverty, discrimination, or drought.