Taming the US Trade Deficit: A Call for Action
A webinar by the International Trade Club of Chicago
Joseph E. Gagnon, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
During the Trump Administration conflicting objectives, bilateral tensions and a tariff war only widened the US trade deficit. Trade practitioners endured political uncertainty, pandemic – related supply chain disruptions and commercial confusion. Joseph Gagnon argues for the power of exchange rates to influence trade balances and economic outcomes more broadly. The focus of US international financial policy should be rebuilding relationships with traditional allies and international institutions while narrowing trade imbalances.
In this webinar global trade practitioners will gain practical insight and actionable steps to the following questions:
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