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2020 Outlook: New Year, New Frenemies – U.S. Trade Policy

The Trump administration has already brought tumultuous change to U.S. trade policy since 2017. There’s likely to be little let up in 2020 with nine major issues to consider. First, the November elections may shine a spotlight on trade. There’s been a 0.4% drop in exports to China in the 12 mo... Read more →


Mitsubishi, Honda May Lose Out From Thailand’s GSP Removal

The U.S. government has removed access to reduced tariffs under the Generalized System of Preferences for 573 products imported from Thailand. While part of a wider GSP review the move is not a surprise given the U.S. trade deficit reached $19.8 billion in the 12 months to Aug. 31. Panjiva’s a... Read more →


LG Electronics, Electrolux Refuse To Be Washed Out By Tariffs

The Trump administration’s tariff-led approach to trade policy has had varying success. Imports of solar panels have begun to increase despite tariffs, while steel and aluminum duties have been largely successful in reducing imports. The combination of tariffs and quotas in the case of washing... Read more →

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