Commentary

Commentary

WITH BUDGET CUTTERS in Washington expending much of their political capital these days, this is no t
The Federal Reserve System slammed on the monetary brakes in mid-November as abruptly as it stepped
Foreign investment in the United States has risen from $27 billion in 1970 to $159 billion in 1984 (
An International Monetary Fund mission in Brasilia is reviewing Brazil's economic situation and outl
Mexico is undergoing a year-long process of presidential transition from Miguel de la Madrid to Carl
The title of a recent Journal of Commerce editorial, "The Ultimate Free Lunch" (Nov. 6), is aptly ch
Customs Rules Story

Missed Vital IssueConcerning your story, "Brokers Charge Customs Rules F
IT'S OVER TWO YEARS until the next census is due. But already the experts are at odds over a fundame
NOVELIST THOMAS WOLFE wrote a pretty good book entitled, You Can't Go Home Again. Volkswagen AG, whi
A not so funny thing happened to corporate traffic managers over the last few years under deregulati
THE WIDESPREAD AMERICAN ANGER about Japan's many barriers to trade can hardly have escaped attention
MEMBERS OF CONGRESS rarely miss a chance to denounce foreign barriers to U.S. exports, and they are
Some American commentators believe that a major cause of the U.S. budget deficit is the millions of
REAGAN ADMINISTRATION ACTION on a proposal to phase out duty-free benefits for Taiwan, South Korea,