Trump's threatened tariffs won't hurt China. They'll goad the EU to retaliate and could spark a global trade war that won't end well for anyone.
But Trump’s pick to run the bank wants it killed dead.
Newly-minted U.S. trade negotiator Robert Lighthizer said the goal is to revamp, not scrap, the trade deal. He wants to wrap up the talks this year.
Tariffs would raise costs for steel-consuming industries, potentially killing a "massive amount of jobs."
Facing a shortfall of skilled labor for advanced manufacturing, some U.S. companies are stealing a page from the European playbook.
Trump outlines an protectionist American economic policy and promises to bring back long-lost manufacturing jobs.
In a charged election year, with China suspicion running high, it becomes even more vital that analyses be well-conceived.
It’s time to stop championing the "lonely heroes" of innovation like Apple, Google, and Amazon and rally around the ingenuity of the world’s waning industrial communities.
A new report released by NYU found that 3 million garment workers in Bangladesh remain at risk.