The U.S. China Economic And Security Review Commission debated ways to better deal with China’s non-market economy in the WTO. Tariffs were part of the solution.
Canada said it will no longer grant Russia “normal trade relations” status and the EU is moving in that direction. The U.S. might be next.
Cuba and North Korea don’t receive our Normal Trade Relations; Russian exports should face the same tariffs as they do. By Charles Benoit, CPA Trade Counsel Less than 10 years ago, by votes of 92-4 in the U.S. Senate and 365-43 in the House, Congress voted to grant Russia ‘Permanent Normal Trade Relations’ (PNTR). We…
To sidestep the business communities concern over sanctions, Washington must include moves to re-industrialize. If not, U.S. rivals can easily choke supply chains.