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Lovely discusses US-China trade under Biden in Iowa Capital Dispatch

November 24, 2020

"If there’s going to be some type of rapprochement with China on this [trade deals], there’s going to have to be negotiations before that between the Chinese and the Americans that deescalate the conflict and result in some other wins from both sides," says Mary Lovely, professor of economics.

Lovely speaks to BNN Bloomberg, Politico about Trump's use of tariffs

October 7, 2020

"Short-term fixes like tariffs don’t work," says Professor Mary Lovely. She claims that the large U.S. trade deficit is fundamentally driven by larger economic factors—like the fact Americans spend more than they save and have to borrow from abroad to finance the difference.

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