For over 20 years all negotiations for U.S. garment related free trade agreements have been governed by 2 assumptions.
1. Without the support of the textile industry, the U.S. Congress will reject any proposed garment free trade agreement.
As a … Read More
Posted in Customer Strategies, Factory Strategies, Global Issues, U.S. Government
Tagged garment factories, garment imports, Globalization, protectionism, tariffs, U.S. Government Policy, Vietnam, Yarn Forward Rule
At this time of rising international trade tensions and global problems, it is more important than ever that political leaders make an effort to understand one another and particularly the problems each faces in their home country.
To foster this … Read More
A man walking over a bridge late one night sees a stranger about to jump to his death.
Being a compassionate and religious person he stops and says
“Please, before you jump, let me ask you a few questions.”
“Are … Read More
The budget fight has ended (at least this round) and there is only one winner — The Tea Party. As you can imagine, all the sensible people both on the right and the left — Republicans and Democrats — are … Read More
Posted in Deficits, Global Issues, Politics, Recesssion, Rest of World, U.S. Government, U.S. Health Care, War
Tagged Abraham Lincoln, Republican Party, Tea Party, U.S. Budget