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President Bush Runs on a Pro-Trade Platform
Discusses differences on trade policies between George W. Bush and John Kerry .By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 8/25/2004) Read More...

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Fair Trade or Betrayed? CAFTA SI! Promise of stability and prosperity
Discusses the Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement. Dan Ikenson. (Cato Institute 4/3/2005) Read More...

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Thumbs Up for U.S. Trade Nominee
Discusses President Bush's nomination of Ohio Congressman Rob Portman as U.S. Trade Representative. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 3/18/2005) Read More...

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Forget Trade Deficits: Go for Growth
Discusses US growth potential. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 2/25/2005) Read More...

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Are Trade Deficits Good for the U.S. Economy?
Discusses how trade deficits effect the US Economy. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 2/15/2005) Read More...

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Enter the Protectionist Dragon
Discusses the US's international trade with China. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 2/13/2005) Read More...

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The Emperor's Same Old Clothes
Discusses the US's policies relating to foreign trade. By Daniel Ikenson. (Cato Institute 12/23/2004) Read More...

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Hike in Cigarette Tax Opens Door to Other Vices
Discusses the taxes on cigarettes.By Radley Balko.(Cato Institute 4/7/2004) Read More...

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Diamond-in-the-rough proposals on China
Discusses Trade with China. By Daniel Ikenson. (Cato Institute 5/19/2005) Read More...

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CAFTA cornucopia
Discusses the CAFTA. By Daniel Griswold. (Cato Institute 5/5/2005) Read More...

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Chinese Currency Issue is a Red Herring
Discusses China's new currency. By Daniel Ikenson. (Cato Institute 3/5/2005) Read More...

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Oil and Security
An editorial by The Washington Post supports U.S. government efforts to block China’s purchase of Unocal on the grounds that, as an oil importer, China is a national security threat. (The Washington P... Read More...

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Iraq’s Botched Currency Reform
Discusses Iraq's monetary reforms. By Steve Hanke and Matt Sekerke. (Cato Institute 2/2004) Read More...

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Monetary Policy in a World of Mobile Capital
Discusses how monetary policy is effecting monetary policy globally. By Ben S. Bernanke. (Cato Institute 2005) Read More...

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A Leap of Faith for Sovereign Default: From IMF Judgment Calls to Automatic Incentives
Discusses IMF monetary policy towards Argentina. By Adam Lerrick. (Cato Institute 2005) Read More...

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Capital Controls: Mud in the Wheels of Market Efficiency
Discusses Market Efficiency. By Kristin J. Forbes. (Cato Institute 2005) Read More...

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The End of the Rainbow
Friedman writes about the the economic turnaround in Ireland, which has gone from one of the poorest countries in Europe to the second wealthiest in a generation. By Thomas L. Friedman. (New York Ti... Read More...

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Blair tells Europe it must 'renew'
In the face of a budget and constitutional crises in the European Union, Tony Blair offers a way out in a recent speech. In his address Blair warned the EU Parliament, either embrace new members thro... Read More...

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One Nation, With Niches For All
The phenomenon of "analysis paralysis," which occurs when consumers are faced with too many choices for niche markets and feel so overwhelmed that they cannot choose, is affecting many people, says th... Read More...

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Meeting: Women in the new Afghanistan
The John F. Kennedy School of Government's Women and Public Policy Program sponsored a policy framework meeting the weekend of Dec. 7-9. Some of the world's foremost experts on Afghanistan, Islam, gov... Read More...

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From Access to Empowerment: Gender Issues in Micro-Finance
Micro-finance itself can only make a marginal contribution to women's empowerment and poverty alleviation without support for women's grassroots movements explicitly addressing gender inequality and m... Read More...

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Bangladesh on course to meet gender parity in primary school enrollment
Bangladesh is well on course to achieving gender parity in primary education enrolment by 2005, a target set by the United Nations as part of the Millennium Development Goals. Read More...

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Sino-Indian comparisons could be advantageous
Since China and India have similar historic and economic backgrounds of which they have handled in very different ways: there exists a prime opportunity for the two states to study each other and lear... Read More...

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Country Analysis Briefs: North Korea
The Energy Information Administration’s brief analysis of North Korea’s economic and energy background as of 2004. (EIA 01/01/04 Read More...

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North Korean growth masks economic troubles
In his Reuters article, Jon Herskovitz reports that although the North Korean economy has grown in recent history, it is not a sign that the North Korean economy is actually improving. By Jon Herskov... Read More...

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An Unbalanced Trade Policy
The author, a Democratic Congressman from Ohio, opposes the passage of the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). CAFTA will only export more jobs outside the US and hurt poor workers in other... Read More...

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Cairo’s Changing Face
Examines Egypt's issues and future. By Mounir Ibrahim. (5/26/2005) Read More...

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Tariff Hike Helps Keep Textile Trade in Order
China plans to raise export tariffs on 74 textile products next month. The writer views the move as a positive sign that China is determined to restructure its textile industry to prepare for future c... Read More...

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China’s Level of Development Should Not be Overestimated
Looking at per capita GDP and the number of people in absolute poverty, the writer believes China is still a developing country and its level of development should not be overestimated. By Bo Xilai. (... Read More...

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Russian Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin is to sign in Damascus an Agreement on Settlement of Syria's Debt to Russia. (Novosti, 5/28/2005) RIA Novosti MOSCOW (May 28) Read More...

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