Tag Archives: NAFTA

  • Happily ever NAFTA?

    President Trump might have secured another policy win that has the potential to positively affect broad swaths of the American public. Tax reform’s impact was experienced more by businesses than by individuals, as evidenced by Republican congressional candidates deemphasizing it as a campaign theme. And although the administration has prevailed in the battle to seat […]

  • The New Protectionism: Who Does It Help? Who Does It Hurt?

    The United States recently imposed tariffs on solar panels and washing machines from China, a move likely to drive up the prices of these goods. Although their American manufacturers will probably see increased unit sales and revenues, U.S.-based makers of other products that ship around the world might not share that wealth because other countries […]