The biggest problem with Nafta remains unaddressed: Wage repression in Mexico, including via “protection contracts” as condition for building a plant.
Exports are dominated by two countries, imports by three. And everything revolves around China.
How the US Trade War with China over autos stacks up against the Trade War the US Lost against Japan.
Moody’s chimes in.
Years of “growth at any cost” led to accounting fraud, huge government bailouts, and murky restructuring plans.
After decades of relentless offshoring, the equation may change for automakers and component makers.
Apparently, the trade talks have collapsed.
Designs, Technologies, and Challenges for liquefied natural gas carriers.
Trade agreements are designed to benefit companies, not people – which is part of the problem.
Big voices are clamoring for it in the third largest market for US food exports.