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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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.

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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.

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