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Category: Economy: Nation, Global

Kate Hodel
Kate Pope Hodel joins Jim Blasingame to report on the Global Entrepreneurship monitor co-developed by Kaufman Foundation, which revealed the growth of small business sectors across the globe.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the oppression and dysfunction of regulations that never die, and what we have to do to put an end date – a sunset – on every regulation that isn’t reapproved on a regular cycle.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the Deep State is also an abuser of its regulatory power, irrespective of political party, and how that becomes a dangerous impediment to business and the economy.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report on his gold standard, multi-decade research on the current condition of federal regulations and their impact on business and the economy.
Gerald Celente
Gerald Celente joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how oil and gold and the U.S. dollar are going to influence global economics for a long time.
Tony Uphoff
Tony Uphoff joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that several of the national sourcing trends to watch this year include steel, printed circuit boards, and plastic bottle and cardboard products.
Tony Uphoff
Tony Uphoff joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the global economy could expand for years if we can get mutually beneficial trade deals in place, especially in China, the E.U., and Canada and Mexico.
Ted Fishman
Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the construction element concrete has perennially been found to be associated with political power, and how its use by China in the past decade has impacted construction prices globally.
Ted Fishman
Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to report on why the newly elected president of Indonesia has a business and global trade friendly position, which is good for all businesses in the global economy.
Dan  Eberhart
Dan Eberhart joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the Trump administration is trying to pressure OPEC to increase production, plus what it will take to help American manufacturers onshore more of their jobs.

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