January 31, 2011 Headlines
Inflation is starting to slow China’s export machine as buyers from Western companies balk at higher prices.
Trade tensions between Brazil and China are expected to increase as China becomes their biggest foreign direct investor.
Steve Pearlstein at the Washington Post says globalization is turning out to be a "mixed bag."
The Wall Street Journal says a "competitiveness" theme isn't new.
Americans increasingly view the global economy as a negative
Global investors predict a financial crisis in China within five years.
White House officials consider a plan to combine parts of the Commerce Department with other trade and export agencies.
An inside look at the closing of a Detroit factory.
Some trade statistics offer a misleading view of just how competitive the U.S. is.
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