trade policy

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: policy - a government's policy controlling foreign tradetrade policy - a government's policy controlling foreign trade
foreign policy - a policy governing international relations
open door, open-door policy - the policy of granting equal trade opportunities to all countries
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"What I have described to you is the inevitable outcome of our present Free Trade policy without Socialism.
There is little evidence that the external trade policy consequences of implementing the SEA were understood at the time of its negotiation.
Historians recently have made significant contributions to the understanding of the complexity of American trade policy in this century.
trade policy has become increasingly scizophrenic" [p.
Release date- 23082019 - The Federal Reserve's conduct of monetary policy is complicated by uncertainty over trade policy, in particular recent news about U.S.-Chinese trade relations, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said today at the Kansas City Fed's annual summit in Jackson Hole, Wyo.
Elizabeth Warren, who is among the top contenders for Democratic nomination in 2020, explained some nuances of ( her trade policy  Monday to Ohio voters.
trade policy from the revolutionary era through the 2016 election of Donald Trump.
THE UK Government says the views of businesses, workers and consumers will play a major role in the future trade policy when the country finally exits the European Union.
A report issued by the UAE Ministry of Economy (MoE) on the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Trade Policy Review of the US shows that despite shifts in the US trade policy towards increasing protectionism across multiple sectors, the US remains committed to working with all WTO members in maintaining fair and reciprocal trade partnerships.
Chairman PIAF Mian Nauman Kabir also urged the government to come up with better trade policy for trade and industry to bring down the gap of trade deficit.
Over the first two years of his administration, President Trump has taken a very controversial approach toward trade policy. From abandoning the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade proposal, to renegotiating NAFTA, to applying numerous new tariffs, the President has been pushing a protectionist's view of trade that has many concerned about the future of the U.S.