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Category: Trade: Import, Export, Globalization

Tom  Portesy
Tom Portesy joins Jim Blasingame to report on the news that China’s policies have been altered enough for a U.S. franchise to think about expanding there, without losing their intellectual property.
Greg Kozera
Greg Kozera joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the economic boost the U.S. could enjoy for decades as a result of the energy independence we’ve achieved.
Greg Kozera
Greg Kozera joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the lack of regard for history by members of Gen Y is setting them up to make mistakes that the rest of us know shouldn’t happen again – like socialism.
Erin  Ennis
Erin Ennis joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the significant advantages the U.S. and China can accrue from entering into a mutually beneficial trade agreement, and how it would also benefit the global economy.
Erin  Ennis
Erin Ennis joins Jim Blasingame to offer her analysis of how President Trump is doing as he attempts to build a trade relationship with China that is fair for the U.S., including whether tariffs are a useful tool.
Erin  Ennis
Erin Ennis joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the issues that the U.S. is facing in trying to achieve a level playing field with China, including dealing with disparate interests, ethics and values.
Hector Barreto
Hector Barreto joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the irrefutable fact that, warts and all, the U.S. economic system continues to prove that it is the best system in the world, defying all the stupid claims about the wonders of socialism.
Hector Barreto
Hector Barreto joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the many reasons why right now is the most opportune time for the U.S. to get a trade deal done with China and others.
Stephen Kuhl
Stephen Kuhl joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways community banks and credit unions can improve their 21st century brand image by becoming more proactive with international financial services.
Tom  Portesy
Tom Portesy joins Jim Blasingame to report on the news that China’s policies have been altered enough for a U.S. franchise to think about expanding there, without losing their intellectual property.

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