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Trade Deals and Disputes

It has been a tumultuous and uncertain time for global trade: Long-standing trade relationships have dissolved and set off ripple effects across the world economy. BRINK has followed these events as they set the stage for trade in 2020.

What Does the New USMCA Look Like for Mexico?

Canada and USMCA: An Unexpected Success Story

The China-Japan Economic Relationship Is Getting Stronger

What Just Happened at the WTO? Everything You Need to Know

Trade Between Russia and China Is Surging

Why Did India Suddenly Pull Out of the World’s Largest Trade Deal?

No Sign of a Trade War Resolution. How Is China Adjusting its Supply Chains?

The Current Trade War Is Costing Consumers. Washing Machines Can Help Explain Why.

Between Trade Wars and Trade Slowdowns, What’s on the Horizon for Asian Economies?

How Will the British Economy Be Reshaped by Brexit?

A Canadian Perspective on the CUSMA

The Implications of the U.S.-China Trade War on Asia

What Does U.S. Trade Policy Mean for LatAm?

Is the World Trade Organization Dying?

Canadian Free Trade Framework Mitigates a NAFTA Demise

The Truth About Trade

What Smaller Countries Can Teach the World About Trade Deals

TPP-1 and RCEP Are Not Mutually Exclusive—We Need Both

Bilateral or Multilateral: Which Trade Partnerships Work Best?

Is Free Trade Really Free? Why Protectionism is Alive and Well

Trade and Inequality: Cause, Cure or Diversion?

Combating Protectionism in the Cloud