Peter Goodman

New York Times / International Business Times

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Peter Goodman is European economics correspondent and former national economic correspondent for the New York Times. He's also Global Editor-in-Chief of the International Business Times and the author of Past Due: The End of Easy Money and the Renewal of the American Economy. Goodman is a former Executive Business Editor of the Huffington Post.

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At Davos, countries make their own trade deals without the U.S.

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President Donald Trump held a joint press conference today at the White House with Theresa May.

Do Brexit and America First mean a new world order?

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Ronald Reagan, both Presidents Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have all supported massive trade agreements from NAFTA to CAFTA to the Trans Pacific Partnership.

"Free Trade" and Presidential Politics

Ronald Reagan, both Presidents Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have all supported massive trade agreements from NAFTA to CAFTA to the Trans Pacific Partnership.

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