Tricks of the trade

Wright, Robert
June 1995
New Republic;6/12/95, Vol. 212 Issue 24, p6
Comments on the trade conflict initiated by U.S. President Bill Clinton against Japan, which could affect the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the president's approval rating. Assumption of WTO ruling on the issue; Speculation on possible actions of parties involved; Reason behind the significance of the moral authority of WTO; Options to be faced by Clinton if he bars a deus ex Toyota.


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