Commentary

Commentary

Leaders of the seven major industrial democracies are preparing once again to go their annual econom
The first question posed to an American visitor these days by European businessmen and officials is:
The official with the port of Rashid pointed to fairly modern-looking tankers tied up side by side i
Wall Street is in turmoil. The stock market is bouncing like a yo-yo. Interest rates are up. The dol
JAPAN'S POLICY OF aiding Third World debtors caught criticism last week, and much of the flak revolv
WITH ALL THE DEREGULATION that has taken place, especially in transportation, and all the attempts b
THE REAGAN ADMINISTRATION plans to send Congress next Monday its long-awaited legislation to impleme
JUST LIKE OTHER SEGMENTS of the maritime industry, many ports today are having a hard time, as steam
EXECUTIVES OF AMERICAN AIRLINES made a clever move earlier this month in proposing new government re
IN THE 1960s BUSINESS GROUPS opposed pension legislation, and before that they opposed minimum wage
You get a different slant on history, depending on where you go.

In Washington, the name Dav
One has to wonder where the Department of Transportation will place in the silliness stakes with the
A Renewed note of acrimony may soon sound in U.S.-Brazilian relations.

Last December, the Re
Nobody can deny that the United States has a trade problem. Since 1980, the U.S. deficit in trade ha