As internet access and reliance grows, so does the potential for digital cross-border trade. Building on other work from the Department of Commerce's Office of the Chief Economist (OCE) and Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), this report, which serves to inform policymakers, business leaders and others, summarizes estimates of U.S. digital trade with Canada and Mexico...
The United States remains an attractive foreign direct investment (FDI) destination for a variety of reasons, including its large consumer base, a productive workforce, a business environment that encourages innovation and its legal protections.
The expected introduction of autonomous, or “self-driving,” vehicles (AVs) promises to have a potentially profound impact on labor demand. This paper explores this potential effect by identifying the occupations most likely to be directly affected by the business adoption of autonomous vehicles.
Many consumers have turned to e-commerce as a matter of convenience or to increase the variety of goods available to them. Whatever the reason, retail e-commerce sales have skyrocketed and the internet will undoubtedly continue to influence how consumers shop, underscoring the need for good data to track this increasingly important economic activity.
The Department of Commerce and the Government of Mexico and the Mexican sugar industry have reached agreement on final amendments to the antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) suspension agreements on sugar from Mexico.
The U.S. manufacturing sector is made up of many industries that produce goods as diverse as food products, automobiles, furniture and refined petroleum products and the performance of these industries has varied considerably.
The Department of Commerce and the Government of Mexico and the Mexican sugar industry have reached agreement on draft amendments to the antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) suspension agreements on sugar from Mexico.