President Donald Trump has been working towards less government in as many trade deals as he can (re)negotiate.
Florida Republican Congressman Ted Yoho and his bipartisan compatriots remind us Trump’s Zero-Zero-Zero trade policy – zero tariffs, zero import limits and zero subsidies – is just as excellent for traded commodities as it is for traded goods.
Yoho’s House Concurrent Resolution Seven (H. Con. Res. 7) describes the pathetic global trade market for sugar: (more…)