Commentary

Commentary

And now the news. . . What kind of day was it 160 years ago when The Journal of Commerce got its sta
Congress is taking control of U.S. trade policy, moving it in the direction of greater activism. The
Foreign Inspections

Are a Trade BarrierYour Aug. 19 editorial on the pre-shipment inspection
WELFARE REFORM might seem an idea whose time has come. House Democrats have introduced a bill costin
HOW BAD HAS THE OIL-PRICE BUST been for business in the energy-dependent states? By now, most people
THE RESULTS of last Sunday's election in Argentina pose a major challenge for that country's 4-year-
ALL TOO OFTEN, economics plays handmaiden to other concerns when it comes to foreign affairs. There
Taiwanese Concern

In US Trade StressedIn your editorial of Aug. 21, 1987 related to your "Sp
I called a friend last weekend for tennis and spoke with his telephone answering machine. I think su
Strengthening our national defense globally and our competitive standing internationally should be t
PRESIDENT REAGAN'S new executive order requiring federal agencies to evaluate the impact of their po
THE VISIT OF EAST GERMAN LEADER Erich Honecker to West Germany marks a milestone in the tense histor
Japan's plucky prime minister, whose five years in office come to an end on the 30th of next month,
When it comes to highway safety, it is striking how readily people recommend solutions to problems o