Commentary

Commentary

DOES THE UNITED STATES EMBRACE restrictive international aviation policies behind a smokescreen of f
All over Britain small bands of people are being mobilized, ready for action at a moment's notice.
For a number of years it has been possible for U.S. citizens to set up foreign corporations through
PHILIPPINES PRESIDENT Corazon Aquino won rave reviews for her speeches here last week, but U.S. busi
In 1984 - the last year for which complete data are available - about 40 million tons of cargo moved
ABOUT 100 MILLION TONS of hazardous materials are moved by railcar each year. Some 95,000 rail tank
THE MARITIME COMMUNITY LOST A FRIEND the other day. Retired Coast Guard Adm. Frank Higbee, 92, died
NOW THAT THE PRICE OF GASOLINE HAS DECREASED, we have been besieged by various groups over the last
An article in the Aug. 8 issue of The Journal of Commerce, noting statements made by New York state
The "Trade and International Economic Policy Reform Act," the trade bill passed in May by the House
The United States and Canada are to wrap up next week the first stage of their exploratory talks tow
BRAZILIAN PRESIDENT JOSE SARNEY'S visit to the United States last week demonstrated there is, in Mr.
As Congress moves toward the public sale of Conrail, a debate has bubbled up over whether other cha
U.S. specialists came away with at least three important conclusions from the recently ended interna