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Category: Trade: Import, Export, Globalization

Karen Kerrigan
Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that a number of House Democrats will have to vote for the U.S. Mexico Canada trade deal in order for it to become law, but will they do the right thing or play partisan politics?
Jim  Patterson
Jim Patterson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal future shifts in demand for automobiles in the U.S. and how the younger generations are driving a lot of the disruption.
Karen Kerrigan
Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the benefits of the new NAFTA replacement, the U.S. – Mexico – Canada trade agreement for small businesses.
Karen Kerrigan
Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power of requiring intellectual property protections for U.S. companies in all trade deals, especially with China.
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.
Dan  Eberhart
Dan Eberhart joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the issues that may arise from the Trump administration putting increased pressure on Iran’s ability to export oil, including geopolitical, as well as the global economy.
Andrew J. Sherman
Andrew Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the energy and possible challenges to the continued economic expansion being experienced in the U.S., including from global influences, like possible trade deals.
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 reveal how our relationship with Indonesia, and the new election, is good leverage for the U.S. in its trade negotiations with China.
Leo Haviland
Leo Haviland joins Jim Blasingame to report that the global economy is doing well, but is not robust, with certain elements that are holding it back, like trade negotiations with China, oil prices, debt and other factors.

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