Why Nigerian traders pay so much to travel to China, and how COVID-19 has made that more complicated.
Making sense of the ‘Global Tariffs’ that the UK will begin to apply to thousands of imported products after Brexit is complete.
Faulty Chinese medical gear emerges, as both the US and China adjust their product regulations in response to the pandemic.
In good times, cosmetics are a logistical challenge, as dangerous goods go from ideas to store shelves. Now come the hard times.
Understanding the Great Trade Collapse of 2009 may help anticipate the impending decline in exports and imports today.
How companies are coping (or not) with the massive disruption in global trade flows due to COVID-19.
Countries try to beat COVID-19 by limiting exports of medical supplies and cutting tariffs.
Does globalization contribute to the gender wage gap? Beata Javorcik joins to explain one overlooked channel.
Simon Rabinovitch joins from China to discuss the economic, trade, and supply chain implications of the coronavirus disease, COVID-19.
A Washington protest march and the wine industry illustrate the impact of US tariffs on American small businesses.