Canada will soon be the United States' No. 1 trade partner again, topping China. It will likely stay there, for three primary reasons: the rising price of oil, the rising U.S. tension with China, [...]
China has turned off the U.S. oil spigot. A response to the U.S.-China trade war, it is a both a stunning turn-around, coming just two months after record exports there, and a stark reminder of [...]
I have good news and bad news. Unfortunately, which is which probably depends on how you feel about President Trump.
A look at U.S. airports and seaports that, while they might not lose the most revenue -- because they don't handle the volume of Chinese imports as those in the earlier post -- stand to lose a [...]
Five seaports and five airports, in particular, have a great deal to fear because they generate a significant percentage of their operating budgets from fees on imports, fees based on tonnage and [...]
While the biggest issues in Mexico are often seen as corruption, poverty and crime, his relationship with the U.S. will be critical to both nations, should be win. That is particularly true as it [...]
U.S. exports are enjoying their fastest growth in seven years, as Trump pushes ahead with plans to levy tariffs on imports from largely European and Asian countries, leading to retaliation. With [...]
Three forces are converging in an unfortunate way. Ironically, that might lead to President Trump claiming victory, or at least progress, in his efforts to reduce the U.S. trade deficit. He might [...]
President Trump's idea to slap motor vehicle imports with a 25% tariff is a bad idea in a good month for bad ideas. Here are a few of those reasons.
We are all aware of the incredible disruption and innovation occurring all around us, in all aspects of our lives. But disruption without innovation, without a plan, is counterproductive as we [...]