I see a protectionist response in retaliation as a likely outcome unless China changes its tune -- not that I favor that outcome. We will soon know if protectionism works.
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China is emerging as the new power in the global economic pantheon, and their embrace of Russia is a clear sign that they wish to become less engaged with the U.S. rather than more.
What will the state of American business be in 2010? Most likely, it will be uncertainty with a dose of optimism.
Here are the "top ten" things our government could do in 2010 to reverse our nascent economic recovery. Of course, it shouldn't do any of these things - but its record causes me grave concern.
Wall Street can produce another bubble, but that won't put the 15 million without jobs to work, one third of whom have been out of work for at least six months.
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The most reliable way to expand tax revenues would be to impose a modest fee on every stock, every bond -- in short, every financial transaction.
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Prospects for a strong U.S. recovery are slim, especially one strong enough to help the rest of the world. And that will be the biggest, unspoken disappointment at this week's G-20 meetings.
It seems that after eight years of general lawlessness we're at a point where it is expected that those with power can do anything they want regardless of agreements or laws.
Why, exactly, is protectionism so bad? Why can't we have fair trade that lifts workers and protects the environment instead of unregulated free trade that exploits workers and the environment?
The New York State Senate and Assembly rose above petty politics last week to pass legislation on climate and energy, setting a precedent for bipartisanship and a sensible cap and trade system.
President Obama has decided to enforce our trade laws and imposed a three year tariff on Chinese tires. I suspect the country is about to witness a corporate hissy fit.
China fired back against proposed tariffs on Chinese tires imported to the United States by announcing Sunday that an anti-dumping and anti-subsidies ...
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Friday slapped punitive tariffs on all car and light truck tires entering the United States from China in...
Just as in his health care speech tonight, Obama must soon address the fundamental threat to our security that can no longer be ignored.
Instead of spending their money revitalizing the agricultural sector, NGO programs round up small-scale farmers to build roads and clean out sewage systems in return for food vouchers.
A country's economic power comes from manufacturing. But while other countries have industrial policies, America has a de-industrialization policy.
The CEO of the UK-India Business Council discusses her thoughts on the way the British do business in India, compared with their American counterparts.
Very soon we will have an opportunity to see where President Obama comes down on trade with China, and whether the U.S. tire industry will be granted relief.
While the world looks for innovative solutions to global poverty, it is clear that trade must be part of the answer.
Why is America's National Association of Manufacturers echoing the Cato Institute's views against American manufacturing? Has this organization lost its way? Do NAM members know about this?
Our country's decision-making processes appear to be under the control of a wealthy Wall Street few. And they are selling China the rope with which it is hanging us.
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