Trade

Publications

Welcome aboard Trump’s never-ending booze tariff merry-go-round
C. Jarrett Dieterle & Clark Packard

Since the dawn of the Trump administration, American alcohol makers have seemingly been stuck on a never-ending merry-go-round of escalating tariffs.

First, the administration’s aluminum…

, Outside the Beltway
Signs Of Economic Slowdown Tied To Trump’s Trade Policies
Clark Packard

From Outside the Beltway:

As Clark Packard, a trade policy expert with the R Street Institute, a free market think tank, said in June: “Tariffs are a really ineffective tool to revitalize a…

, Radio America
R Street’s Clark Packard discusses US agricultural exports on Radio America
Clark Packard

From Radio America:

R Street’s Clark Packard discusses US agricultural exports on Radio America.

, houzz
Michigan Steel Plant Closing
Clark Packard

From houzz:

As Clark Packard, a trade policy expert with the R Street Institute, a free market think tank, said in June: “Tariffs are a really ineffective tool to revitalize a domestic industry.”

An initial assessment of the US-Japan ‘trade agreement’
Clark Packard

The United States and Japan recently agreed to the outline of a so-called “mini” trade agreement. On first blush, there are several positives about the deal and a few problems. A more thorough…

, reason
Trump’s Trade Deal With Japan Is Good. Staying in the TPP Would Have Been Better.

From reason:
“It really is a pretty small-scale trade agreement,” says Clark Packard, a trade policy counsel with the R Street Institute. “The TPP was a better deal than this. It encompassed a lot…

, Investing
Still Plenty of Rocks

From Investing:
“Small businesses wouldn’t have that kind of money to hire one of the well-connected firms,” said Clark Packard, the trade policy counsel at the free market think tank R Street…

, Reason
More Layoffs, Falling Stock Prices Show How Trump’s Tariffs Have Harmed American Steelmakers

From Reason:
As Clark Packard, a trade policy expert with the R Street Institute, a free market think tank, said in June: “Tariffs are a really ineffective tool to revitalize a domestic industry.”

, The Wall Street Journal
At 10,000 and Counting, This Company Is Flooding the U.S. With Tariff Appeals

From Wall Street Journal:
“Small businesses wouldn’t have that kind of money to hire one of the well-connected firms,” said Clark Packard, the trade policy counsel at the free market think…

, The Hill
Trump is failing on trade policy

From The Hill:
If anything, it’s the tariffs themselves that pose a threat, and it’s time for Congress to take back its full Constitutional power to set them.