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January 30, 2013

A Reminder About the Link Between Immigration and Trade

Someone once told me that it’s not appropriate to quote yourself to prove a point. Luckily, I work in politics, so I naturally just ignore anyone whose opinion I disagree with (ba dum bum…just kidding!) Given the big news over the last few days about the potential for comprehensive immigration …

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January 23, 2012

Parsing the NYT’s Apple Outsourcing Article

Today, the NYT published a major story on Apple’s global supply chain for the iPhone that tries to answer the question that people have been asking over the last twenty or thirty years on trade: “Why are American companies outsourcing jobs, and what – if anything – can be done …

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December 28, 2011

State of Trade’s Top Ten for 2011

As 2011 slowly makes its way to conclusion, it’s always a great time to look back and reflect on highs and lows for the year that was. And here at the State of Trade blog, we especially like to look back on the highs because, hey, there were so many …

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August 18, 2011

What’s the Relationship Between Immigration and International Trade?

No, seriously, I mean it. This isn’t one of those “why is a raven like a writing desk?” questions (Alice in Wonderland reference, btw). I think this is a potentially interesting and vital question at the intersection of two major national policy debates: 1) how do we structure our nation’s …

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June 14, 2011

What’s An International Trade Issue?

Over the next few weeks, State of Trade – the new Washington Council on International Trade blog – is going to start with the basics. Don’t you worry, we’ll get to the hard hitting issues of the day (like the South Korea, Panama and Colombia free trade agreements), but since …

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