In a recent interview with Boise State Public Radio, Clinical Associate Professor and Global Programs Director for the College of Business and Economics, Jack Marr, spoke on trade relations between the United States and China. The interview comes at a time of tense relations between the two nations, with recent restrictions and military escalation heightening tensions.
“I think we’re at a point where there’s many, many mixed signals,” Marr said. “If you look over the entire relationship, both trade and investment and mutual contacts, in some ways, it looks quite grim. But in other ways, in 2022, despite all the tensions, we set a record, a trading record again, with China.”
The full interview is available at Boise State Public Radio.