The constant pulse between the Trump Administration and China on account of trade tariffs has triggered the troubled waters alarm in world trade.
The liberalisation of the Spanish economy leads to the false impression that restrictions on competition have practically been eradicated.
In general, protectionism harms much more than it helps in the long run. Unfortunately laws are the slowest thing to change.
Throughout history, protectionism has often gone hand-in-hand with nationalism.
Many countries are currently liberalising trade through bilateral and regional free trade agreements.
Rarely has a political decision been as visibly idiotic as Donald Trump's protectionist measures on customs fees.
The trade surplus in favour of China would be directly hit by a protectionist escalation between the two largest economies in the world.
Fighting against the threat of losing global hegemony against China, the US government has come to question free trade.