John J. Tkacik Jr.

John J. Tkacik Jr. is a retired U.S. diplomat. He was Chief of China Intelligence in the U.S. Department of State during the Clinton Administration.

Fair Trade for Taiwan — and America

 

Detroit could have sold an additional 600,000 more cars each year since 2004 if the U.S. had agreed to a “Free Trade Agreement” with Taiwan.  How? The Institute for International Economics looked at Taiwan’s auto market and judged that a tariff-free FTA with Taiwan would have netted U.S. automakers that many more sales annually because […]

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