For more than two years, the Federal Reserve - with the active encouragement of the Reagan Administr
JUST AS EUROPEANS don't want to drive big U.S. cars, neither do they want large U.S.-made refrigera
CARGO PREFERENCE: The very thought is almost certain to raise the hackies of shippers, especially fa
Superficially, it would be easy to see the British government's approval of a merger of the state-ow
America's ability to provide economic leadership - whether as an advocate for economic liberty or as
It was once said that "free trade, one of the greatest blessings which a government can confer on a
THEY SAY PATIENCE IS A VIRTUE, but in trade negotiations with the Japanese, U.S. trade officials hav
WE WERE PASSING the Merrill Lynch building the other night when a familiar figure stepped out in fr
I'd like the commend The Journal of Commerce on the policy it has begun with regard to unemployed pe
I have never quite taken The New Yorker magazine seriously. Part of its attraction, I suspect, when
We've have seen a lot of hokum and smoke out of Washington through the years, but the recent congres
A LONG-SOUGHT INTERNATIONAL ACCORD on foreign export credit subsidies may finally be at hand.

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LIKE KING CANUTE, the finance ministers of the five leading industrialized countries will meet in P