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Bellwether Trends in International Trade in 2018

In a year that promises to be eventful for global commerce, several trends stand out for their potential to impact U.S. import-export trade including:

    1. Shifting Currents in Global Energy Flows

The lifting of restrictions on U.S. oil exports together with the shale revolution have recast the U.S. as an energy exporter after an era of dependence on imports.

    1. A Look at China

The world’s No. 2 economy and the United States’ No. 1 trading partner, China has chosen 2018 to launch a three-year campaign of “critical battles” against debt, poverty and pollution.

    1. Renegotiating NAFTA

Canada, Mexico and the U.S. have vowed to continue talks on amending their free trade agreement through March. Can they resolve differences before Mexico’s presidential campaign begins in the spring?

    1. U.S. International Trade Administration Taking the Initiative in AD/CVD Inquiries

Dusting off a power last used in 1991, the Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration self-initiated antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) investigations in November, delivering on a promise of stepped up trade law enforcement.

    1. Rising Protectionism (Or Is It?)

While warning against rising protectionism, the World Trade Organization reports encouraging news: its members introduced fewer new trade restrictions mid-October 2016 to mid-October 2017 compared with the same period a year earlier.