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Are China's Pork Pains Inflated?

In China, pork prices are up 70% (!) year over year. A swine fever outbreak has crippled the..

Inching Toward a Deal: What's Next in the US-China Trade Negotiations

By Brian Horrigan, Chief Economist October 17, 2019

The United States and China surprised me with their announcement of a small “phase one” trade..

Friday Fact: US-China Trade Data Measures the Damage

By Brian Horrigan, Chief Economist September 13, 2019

The fact that US trade with China has declined shouldn’t be a surprise. But how bad is the..

Border Tax:  Should We Anticipate a Backdoor Gasoline Tax?

How might the new administration make good on its promise of a lower corporate tax rate? The..

Presidential Power: Are We At Risk for a Trade War?

By Brian Horrigan, Chief Economist November 4, 2016

As do many economists, I have a strong bias for free trade. These are not happy times for those..

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