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Trade Warriors: The Guide to the Politics of Trade and Foreign Investment
     

Trade Warriors: The Guide to the Politics of Trade and Foreign Investment

by Richard J. Whalen, Christopher R. Whalen, R Christopher Whalen (Editor)
 

This volume, packed with facts, examines Congress and the Bush administration's decisions on trade and investment. It takes the reader behind the scenes of the politics of trade and foreign investment in the United States, reports what American policy makers privately expect from Japan and the united Europe in the 1990s, and explains why the Bush administration is

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This volume, packed with facts, examines Congress and the Bush administration's decisions on trade and investment. It takes the reader behind the scenes of the politics of trade and foreign investment in the United States, reports what American policy makers privately expect from Japan and the united Europe in the 1990s, and explains why the Bush administration is bowing to protectionist pressures. The first part offers a history, analysis, and chronology of U.S. trade policy spanning almost 200 years. The second part offers summaries of how members of Congress voted on trade issues, personal and political background on 35 Senators and 45 Representatives, ratings by business and labor groups, trade staff contacts for each member, key staff members on trade-related committees, and more. Of tremendous use to American and foreign businessmen, diplomats, lawyers, lobbyists, union officials, journalists, and professors of economics, business, public policy, and history.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780961617318
Publisher:
UPA
Publication date:
07/18/1990
Pages:
476
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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