Browse by Media Hit and Trade
Responding To Trump's Spasm of Protectionism
Donald Trump’s anti-free-trade bloviating of late might give the impression the whole party has lost its bearings on this economic issue. Fortunately, like so much else, Trump doesn’t talk for Republicans.
Scholar Debunks Trump's Trade Speech
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump’s trade policy speech this week was misleading on the actual state of U.S. trade, a scholar with the Institute for Policy Innovation said in a Rare op-ed published on Friday.
The Tangled Politics of Trump's Speech Blasting "Globalization"
"Dear GOP delegates: You cannot nominate someone who endorses these positions," Tom Giovanetti, the president of a free market think tank, tweeted, adding, "Trump would turn the Republican Party into the party of economic know-nothings."
US Crude Exports Clear First Hurdle
A key House panel on Thursday approved legislation to end the 40-year federal ban on exports of US crude oil, and the bill is expected to win further approval in the House and Senate before being passed on to the White House.
Those who oppose intellectual property rules in FTAs mostly base their rejection on a fundamental opposition to IP rights protections, rather than to the particulars of trade deals, wrote IPI's Tom Giovanetti.
New Studies Set Sights On Trade Equity
As tensions escalate in hotspots around the globe, libertarians rightly remind us that it is trade, the freest trade, that brings peace and prosperity between global adversaries.
More Failed Votes Won't Fix America's Crony Sugar Market
Unilateral disarmament in America is rightly a non-starter in Congress, and if it’s a free market that we really want, zero-for-zero is the most achievable path forward.
Cato Event Panelists Discuss Whether Or Not Intellectual Property Provisions in the TPP Are a "Corporate Handout"
U.S. IPR Protection Insistence May Derail TPP Talks, Critics Say
Strong protection of IPR is critical to boosting U.S. exports through its free-trade agreements. Speaking at a Cato trade conference, panelist Tom Giovanetti stated, "The largest silo of U.S. exports are the core IP industries."
LNG export would be good for Maryland
Liquid natural gas exports could generate 9,500 jobs in Maryland alone by 2035 and increase state wages.
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