Bringing down barriers to enterprise + trade
You may recall that a month ago, the Freedom to Trade campaign wrote about how EU once again fell prey to protecting vested interests, this time by threatening to extend a tariff...
Washington and Beijing need to move beyond hollow platitudes if they are to settle their trade differences over trading.
You have no doubt heard about the UN’s climate conference in Copenhagen next month.
Government officials met in Rome on the 16th November for talks about hunger and famine at the latest U.N. boondoggle- the World Summit on Food Security. However, for the leaders present...
The latest French state aid package will hit the developing world and Europe's consumers hardest.
The lunacy of Obama's policy is plain for all to see. American workers are being laid off and taxpayer money is being wasted yet again thanks to President Obama’s Buy American policy.
Ford is leading the way by selling cars, not by relying on governemnt bail-outs.
The extension of the EU shoe tax on imports from China and Vietnam will hit European consumers where it hurts- in the pocket. Global footwear producers have slammed the European Commission...
This week, the world’s 20 Big Men descend on Pittsburgh for another of their global crisis talkfests.
President Obama's decision to implement a 35 per cent tariff on Chinese tyres is predictably being branded as all sorts of lovely things--especially by the infinitesimally small number of workers...
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