The U.S. has intensified its major campaign against Huawei 5G, writes Greg Austin of IISS. But can either side come out on top in this so-called ‘tech war?’
A trade deficit is the amount by which the cost of a country's imports exceeds the value of its exports. The U.S. trade deficit is at its lowest in three years, mainly due to its ongoing ...
Achieving climate neutrality in the logistics sector is a daunting prospect - but it is achievable with the right approach. Here's a roadmap.
Businesses know the old global trade consensus won’t come back, and investments are put on hold as they wait to see what the rules of the new order will be
For Africa to flourish, foreign investors must help homegrown businesses become manufacturers and exporters.
For too long, climate and trade policy-makers have operated in distinct silos. But the two are intertwined - which is why a deeper conversation about trade and climate change is vital.
From open markets with competitive companies to effective government and an expansive welfare state, Nordic countries set an example for all the world, writes Børge Brende.
The need to trade in dollars curbs SME productivity, profitability, and ability to access new markets.
Cooperation on trade could support efforts to transform the global plastics economy.
Business should contribute to society but the system needs to be crafted to incentivize investment.
This column combines data from 54 low and middle income countries to show how trade liberalisation increases both incomes and inequality - yet overall creates social welfare gains.
A US block on new appointments to the WTO’s Appellate Body threatens to reshape the future of the organization.
The latest U.S.-China trade-war truce doesn't come near a solution to the challenges China poses to the U.S. and the world trading system, argues Hung Tran of the Atlantic Council
Economists continue to disagree about whether international trade exacerbates or diminishes volatility. This column presents firm-level evidence from French exporters and their European t...
This column uses data of nearly 550,000 firms in 69 countries to show how government debt affects corporate investment.