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I’m pleased to announce that the podcast is on-line of my Thursday night interview on John Batchelor’s nationally syndicated radio show. In case you missed it live, click here to listen to a fascinating discussion among John, co-host Gordon G. Chang, and me, about the Trump administration’s recent decision to prevent semiconductor manufacturer Broadcom from taking over fellow chip-maker Qualcomm.

Also that day, I was quoted in this Marketwatch.com post on the President’s controversial claim that the United States currently runs a trade deficit with Canada.

In addition, on March 12, I was interviewed at length on the Voice of America (VOA) about President Trump’s China trade policy. Since the segment was broadcast on one of VOA’s Chinese-language TV channels, you’ll be hearing a simultaneous translation of my remarks with my own English version only somewhat audible in the background. But although it’s nearly impossible for a non-Chinese speaker to know what’s going on, here, for the record, is the link. My segment begins just before the 23-minute mark.

Finally, on March 6, IndustryToday.com re-ran my recent RealityChek post on naive (or disingenuous?) claims that there’s lots of free trade in the world steel market. Here’s the link.

And keep checking in with RealityChek for news of upcoming media appearances and other developments.