Key Differences Between USMCA & NAFTA – What You Need to Know

By: Mackenzie Babb On July 1st, 2020 a new trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada came into force with ambitions of advancing and mutually benefitting each country’s economy. What’s known as the USMCA (United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement) is the revolutionized North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with entirely new chapters and… Read More Key Differences Between USMCA & NAFTA – What You Need to Know

NAVIGATING GLOBAL TRADE IN A WORLD ON LOCKDOWN

By Benjamin David | 4/6/2020 It might be an understatement to call March of 2020 “unprecedented”. More than 1/3 of the planet’s population is currently under a restriction of some sort, and cases of individuals infected with the novel Coronavirus has surpassed 1 million worldwide. With nations everywhere in different states of quarantine, it is… Read More NAVIGATING GLOBAL TRADE IN A WORLD ON LOCKDOWN

Nostalgic Brands with an Electrifying Twist

by Benjamin David As technology and infrastructure improve, and public opinion changes, electric vehicles are expected to overtake gasoline cars by 2040. This shift to a completely new power system has already left some companies reeling, and will likely distinguish which brands can adapt and thrive in the changing world, and which will be left… Read More Nostalgic Brands with an Electrifying Twist

Global Trade by the Minute: February 2020 Edition

Quote of the Week: “Hey Britain. Heard you just became single. Welcome to the club, wishing you the best with the divorce settlement.” – A line out of  Brad Pitt’s BAFTA acceptance speech addressing Britain’s final exit from the European Union on January 31, 2020. Talk about a lengthy breakup. Let’s cut to the chase The Coronavirus.… Read More Global Trade by the Minute: February 2020 Edition

Global Trade by the Minute: October Edition

By: Savannah Klein Quote of the Week  “‘Facebook wants to perform brain surgery.’ I don’t want to see the congressional hearings on that one.” – Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s acquisition of CTRL-labs, a startup that is aiming to find ways that people can communicate with computers using brain signals.  Happy October! Here’s something really spooky. The World… Read More Global Trade by the Minute: October Edition