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1 December, 2019
Stephen Olson, Hinrich Foundation Research Fellow, discusses how U.S. President Donald Trump's signing of bill supporting Hong Kong protesters will affect trade deal with Beijing.
29 November, 2019
The Straits Times
United StatesPresident Donald Trump’s signing of a bill supporting theHong Kong protests illustrates how trade and geopolitics are now increasingly intertwined, says Stephen Olson, Hinrich Foundation Research Fellow.
China isn’t gaming global trade through its industrial polices or ‘unique’ economic model – the problem is out-of-date WTO rules
25 November, 2019
South China Morning Post
Hinrich Foundation Research Fellow Stephen Olson's recent article on China's role in WTO reform referenced in a piece from the SCMP.
9 November, 2019
Hinrich Foundation Research Fellow Stephen Olson spoke about the re-routing of Chinese goods via Vietnam to the US.
5 November, 2019
Mutually beneficial trade is critical and a focus on engagement at all levels is needed, says Hinrich Foundation Founder and Chairman, Merle A. Hinrich.
21 November 2019Read More
Paul Wiseman, Joe McDonald, Anne D’Innocenzio of The Associated Press have won the National Press Foundation’s inaugural Hinrich Foundation Award for Distinguished Reporting on Trade.
Hinrich Foundation white paper: Exchange rate flexibility essential for reducing trade tensions and achieving more sustainable trade
17 September 2019Read More
A new white paper reviewing the trade imbalances that have driven the global trade system away from equilibrium and contributed to Brexit and to the eruption of the US-China trade dispute.
Hinrich Foundation and All India Management Association (AIMA) launch new Digital Trade Report: Digital trade could create a ₹3,331 thousand crore economic opportunity for India by 2030
25 June 2019Read More
The report measures the current value-added of digital trade to the Indian economy, and its potential future contribution for growth.