Dr. Perryman explains trade strategies and the importance of such an agreement for the United States.
The United States, Mexico, and Canada have settled on a replacement for NAFTA. Dr. Perryman describes the benefits of the agreement.
Dr. Perryman examines the latest developments on the trade front, and is troubled with one aspect he sees coming out of a particular deal.
Almost a year after the three countries signed the new US-Mexico-Canada trade deal, there's an agreement to make it the new NAFTA. Dr. Perryman says a big winner is Texas.
The effects of the trade war with China are beginning to have a negative effect on Texas farmers.
We are seeing evidence that trade war and overall instability and uncertainty regarding trade policies is beginning to impact our manufacturing sector.
A Chinese trade delegation arrived in Washington for talks earlier this month, but Dr. Perryman reminds us China is not a good actor when it comes to trade.