“An IMF study cast doubt on USMCA, saying it would reduce trade among the North American neighbors and have negligible effect on economic output. ‘The new rules lead to a decline in the production of vehicles and parts in all three countries,’ IMF said”
When it comes to economic innovation, the rich are getting richer — and that's generating increasing social frustration and political turmoil for the winners and losers alike as the digital revolution rolls through the American economy.
Amazing when formerly diehard free marketeers suddenly think China’s economic engineers have discovered some secret sauce. Central planning with American characteristics. Remember the Uber Republicans!
When it comes to economic innovation, the rich are getting richer -- and that's generating increasing social frustration and political turmoil for the winners and losers alike as the digital revolution rolls through the American economy.
73% of poor Asian American and Pacific Islanders live in the most expensive housing markets, and low-income members face a high risk of economic displacement, per data referenced by National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development. (1/5)
The United States and the European Union have a $1 TRILLION bilateral trade relationship – the largest economic relationship in the world. We want to further strengthen this trade relationship to the benefit of all American and European citizens...
Hi Dinesh- not what I said. Foremost, protecting reproductive health rights protects women’s human rights & health. From 1973-1985, American women’s deaths from abortion declined 5-fold. Reproductive rights are also about women’s economic rights and agency. Not the same as below.
The American President may not mind being isolated, but neither do we mind signing a 6 country agreement if need be. Because these 6 countries represent values, they represent an economic market which has the weight of history behind it and which is now a true international force