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Does the Auto Bailout Undermine Global Trade Rules?

February 26, 2009

Gary Clyde Hufbauer says the rush to rescue auto industries worldwide may create inefficiencies, hurt consumers, and weaken the global trading system.


Policy Brief 09-4: Money for the Auto Industry: Consistent with WTO Rules? [pdf] February 2009


Ex-Im Bank to Survive Political Challenge October 28, 2015

What’s Next for TPP? October 6, 2015

TPP Talks: Getting to Yes August 6, 2015

A Dramatic Opening with Cuba December 18, 2014

A Breakthrough on Trade November 21, 2014

Battle to Save the Export-Import Bank September 17, 2014

Can the Ex-Im Bank Be Salvaged? June 23, 2014

A Japanese Breakthrough on the TPP? April 25, 2014

A Step Forward for the Trans-Pacific Partnership? January 10, 2014

Will Congress Confront 'Currency Manipulation' at Last? January 10, 2014