Commentary

When this government's top officials go to Philadelphia today for the ceremony celebrating the bicen
THE AVERAGE PRICE of gasoline in the United States hit $1 a gallon last week for the first time in
Life sometimes exhibits a strange symmetry. Within a fortnight, two giants of economic policy making
For some reason, the steel industry is always the object of government's attention, if not its affec
On Wednesday, July 8, the Western Economic Association sponsored a debate on ''Appointing a Fed Chai
INCREDIBLE AS IT MAY SEEM, a shipowner is not responsible for cargo lost or damaged because his crew
Just when the Japanese were beginning to think that Japan bashing was at its peak in Washington, alo
As vital as free trade with the United States may be to Canada it is not a matter of free trade at a
Calls for Clarification

Of Product DumpingThe Journal of Commerce deserves to be complimente
Nine months ago, The Journal of Commerce ran the headline Wall Street habits come to the City of Lon
UNIFICATION MAY MEAN SURVIVAL for the ports along the Delaware River. The Delaware River Port Author
ONE OF THE BEST THINGS to come out of all the political speeches by would-be presidents these days i
I asked John Arwood what made him successful in the transportation industry. There are not too many
THE BUZZWORD OF THE YEAR, for anyone who has been living in a cave and missed it, is competitiveness