Upjohn Institute for Employment Research Economist Susan Houseman says the idea that trade is not responsible for a decline in manufacturing jobs has taken hold with economists and the media. But Houseman who is the institute’s Vice President and Director of Research says the data shows trade is at least one cause of fewer manufacturing jobs.
James W. Russell says supporters of the North American Free Trade Agreement said it would create jobs in Mexico and decrease migration to the United States. But the lecturer in Public Policy in Portland State University’s Department of Political Science says history shows that was not likely to be the case.
"Troy is the site for the new Cuban Chamber of Commerce's headquarters. The organization, which also has offices in Miami and Washington, D.C, helps companies find customers and business opportunities in the Caribbean country." (Detroit Free Press)