Jun 28, 2018

Trade Wars Aren’t Good, But Markets Can Adjust

Harley-Davidson’s Decision to Shift Some Production to Europe Shows the Limited Costs (so far) of Trade Restrictions.
Tyler Cowen Holbert L. Harris Chair of Economics at George Mason University

Harley-Davidson is controversially moving some of its production from the United States. But is this decision clear evidence that the US economy has taken a hit? Tyler Cowen argues that the truth is more complex.

Read his article at Bloomberg: Trade Wars Aren’t Good, But Markets Can Adjust

Photo from Nati Harnik/AP/Shutterstock

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