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Quarterly Report: Tariffs and International Trade Agreements, 4th Quarter 2020

As the pandemic ridden year comes to an end in 2020, the U.S. economy closes its balances in a fairly decent shape....

Quarterly Report: Tariffs and International Trade Agreements, 3rd Quarter 2020

The 3rd quarter tariffs of 2020 affected imports of including aluminum, alcohol, chemicals and tech services. As economies look to reopen with...
Quarterly Report 2020: Financial Regulation, 3rd Quarter 2020

Quarterly Report: Financial Regulation, Third Quarter 2020

The third quarter financial regulations of 2020 included whistleblower program rules, tax relief for victims of natural disasters and rule changes for...

Quarterly Report 2020: Tariffs and International Trade Agreements, 2nd Quarter 2020

The 2nd quarter tariffs of 2020 affected imports, including aluminum and steel, as well as whiskey, on U.S. manufacturers. There were also...

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