U.S.–Mexico–Canada Agreement: Phoenix rising out of the ashes of tariff wars?

Rhea Thomas |
Wilmington Wire
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October 2, 2018— After weeks of bargaining, surrounded by bluster and grandstanding suggesting that the demise of NAFTA as a trilateral agreement might have been near, Canada and the United States were able strike a deal at the eleventh hour on September 30 in an attempt to salvage NAFTA, just over a month after Mexico

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The Economics of Student Loan and Other Household Debt

Rhea Thomas |
Wilmington Wire
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September 21, 2018— The high cost of tuition, room and board, etc. (much of which falls under the student loan debt umbrella) is top of mind all year long for students and their parents alike—particularly when you consider that it’s the largest form of non-mortgage debt held by households. Household debt—which, in addition to student

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