More anecdotal evidence.
A round‐up of what’s going on in the trade negotiating world.
Promoting free trade in Internet services might be a good way to get trade talks back on track.
It’s time to question the United States’ expansion of its copyright regime as part of its trade policy.
A new proposal out of Brazil to create a competitor to the major U.S. email providers will provide a test.
Do not fear the Chinese chicken.
Airline trade liberalization would not be anything novel–it would just be good policy.
It seems to me that the appropriate focus of copyright policy right now would be a domestic debate that focuses on how long copyright terms should be, rather than an attempt to push our own excessive terms on our trading partners.
Making it easier to trade medical services across borders would be of great benefit to consumers.
Lowering or eliminating tariffs is a simple and straightforward way to boost economic growth.
Investment treaties may not be the best way to liberalize international investment.
A review of the trade law aspects of the FDA freezing imports of the French cheese Mimolette.