Looking at a recent African trade deal, we can debate the many sides of free trade.
Constrained by a slew of tariff and non-tariff barriers, African nations hope to boost economic growth with a multinational market.
During March, the 2021 Index of Economic Freedom was published. In the past, econlife looked at the big categories. Focusing on regions and laissez-faire, we asked which countries had the least government intervention. For Europe, that took us to Ireland…
Seemingly clear, “Made in America” becomes much more complex when we define it and look at its impact on taxpayers, consumers, and workers.
Avocado Hand, a malady related to guacamole preparation, will increase because of Super Bowl LIV and USMCA avocado consumption.
Knowing that the benefits of free trade can be invisible, we can use a list of six brief reasons to actually see why trade is good.
While facts about China’s wine imports from the U.S. are somewhat surprising, still the impact of a tariff war is predictable.
The future of North American lobster exports to the European Union was threatened when 32 “surly” reddish green lobsters were found in Scandinavian waters.
Deconstructing your hamburger and French fries, you would see how NAFTA benefits consumers with lower prices for each ingredient.