DFW Free Trade and the Impact on Texas

17 Jan 2018
8:30am - 9:45am CST

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Texas leads the nation in economic growth and in international trade. Were Texas a country, it would have the world’s 10th-largest economy—a ranking achieved in no small part by the state’s deep involvement in international trade and investment, especially in NAFTA. Specialization and trade are the drivers of all modern economies. The benefits of specialization apply to capital as well as labor. Local, national, and international trade provide the ability for more extensive specialization, and each is an important component of Texas’s economy.  Join Dr. David Kreutzer, Ph.D. a Senior Research Fellow in the Institute for Economic Freedom at the Heritage Foundation, and Matthew Rooney, Director of Economic Growth at the George W. Bush Institute, as they discuss Dr. Kreutzer’s report on trade in Texas, the importance of NAFTA to Texas, and how Texas and the US can continue to benefit from free trade

 

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17 Jan 2018
8:30am - 9:45am CST

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