“trade” Charts

#Sustainability: The Meal of Our Demise »

Turkeys may be all the rage for Thanksgiving and other holidays, but beef may be our undoing as one of…

Noah
by: Noah
views: 388
Score: 6

Why Women May Miss Out on 200,000 New Carpentry Jobs »

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, carpentry jobs are expected to grow 20 percent between 2010 and 2020. Women…

YES! Magazine
by: YES! Magazine
views: 198
Score: 2

Should America Impose Tariffs? »

The ideas of protectionism are making a resurgence within the United States. Perhaps a result of Donald Trump's tough talk…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 51

Two Ways To Look At America's Trade Deficit »

America's growing trade deficit has become a big issue this election cycle. A recent poll found that more than half…

Christian Stellakis
by: Christian Stellakis
views: 117

The New York Stock Exchange Dwarfs All Others »

The NYSE is truly a giant, with a market capitalization this past October of over 21 trillion dollars. The second…

Dustin M.
by: Dustin M.
views: 143

The Most Powerful Passports »

Being a citizen of a particular country can have its benefits - this is particularly obvious when it comes to…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 73

North Korea's paradoxical upswing in trade »

Exceedingly few hard facts are available about the performance of North Korea's economy, but some indicators could shed light. Factoring…

AEI
by: AEI
views: 42

Mexico is Losing its People to NAFTA? »

Although proposed as beneficial to the Mexican economy, the North American Free Trade Agreement (created in 1994) may not have…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 57

US Trade Surplus or Deficit as a Share of GDP »

This chart shows the nominal U.S. trade deficit as share of GDP. These data are taken from the National Income…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 245

Mexico vs Latin America: Economic Growth in the NAFTA Era »

This shows average annual real per-capita GDP growth in Mexico and Latin America, from 1994-2013.

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 253

U.S. Employment Grew Steadily Until 2008 Recession »

Opponents of free trade often point fingers at the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the emergence of China…

The Heritage Foundation
by: The Heritage Foundation
views: 81

Major Benefits of Free Trade »

Nations with more trade freedom also have stronger economies, less hunger, and better treatment of the environment.

The Heritage Foundation
by: The Heritage Foundation
views: 128

Importance of Trade Increasing for U.S., World »

Most of the world's economy has come from trade, and that share is growing, but the U.S. has lagged behind.

The Heritage Foundation
by: The Heritage Foundation
views: 93