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Report: Asia Now Has More Billionaires than US
A new report finds that for the first time, Asian billionaires outnumber those in the United States.The number of Asian billionaires rose by...
Forbes: Trump’s Wealth Suffers Major Drop Since Presidency
President Donald Trump's wealth saw a major drop in the last year, mainly because some of his properties decreased in value.American busine...
American Wins Nobel Prize in Economics
By Christopher Jones-Cruise10 October, 2017American economist Richard Thaler has won the 2017 Nobel Prize for Economics.Thaler was recognize...
Study: US Immigration Policies Will Hurt Michigan’s Economy
Around the year 2000, a Bangladeshi immigrant named Shaker Sadeak left New York City.Sadeak moved west to the American state of Michigan. He...
Switzerland Has World’s Most Competitive Economy
Switzerland is the world's most competitive economy, the World Economic Forum (WEF) reported on Wednesday.It said the Swiss economy has bee...
Fast-moving Asian Phone Makers Gain on Apple
Apple announced its new iPhones last week, but competitors' mobile phones can do many of the same things for less money.The new iPhone 8 an...
While Stock Values Rise, American Farmers Struggle
By Christopher Jones-Cruise19 September, 2017Leading measures of U.S. stocks have been setting records. Employment reports are making Americ...
London is Still Considered World’s Top Financial Center
A newly released study finds that London is still considered the most attractive financial center in the world.London was followed by New Yo...
American Farmers Hoping for Economic Gains from NAFTA Talks
In August, the United States began renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico.As a candidate for p...
Talks on Brexit Slowed Over Trade, Border Issues
British and EU officials say they are "deadlocked" after four days of negotiations on Britain's exit from Europe, known as "Brexit."The...
China Answers Trump's Call for Trade Investigation
China says it will "resolutely safeguard" its economic interests if the United States investigates China's possible theft of American int...
Study: Boss Paid 271 Times More than Average Worker
The chief executive officers of America's largest companies were paid an average of $15.6 million in 2016 says a recent study by an economi...
American Farmers Depend on International Trade
Seventy-three-year-old Ron Gruenhagen's German ancestors moved to the United States in the middle of the 19th century.They settled in Iowa,...
China Expands 'Silk Road,' But Faces Questions About Trade Policies
China recently launched a diplomatic and economic development campaign called ‘One Belt, One Road.'The name comes from the ‘Silk Road' -...
Chinese Investing in Silicon Valley Companies
American Mark Pavlyukovskyy created a company that provides materials people can use to build their own computer.Last year, when he was sear...
Vietnam Looks for Trade Deal with US
By Mario Ritter14 March, 2017Vietnam is seeking a trade deal with the United States to replace the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trad...
China Replaces Commerce Minister as Trump Repeats Threat
President Donald Trump made news last week when he repeated his belief that China is a currency manipulator.His comments came weeks after ma...
Venezuela's Economic Problems Will Grow, IMF Predicts
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says people in Venezuela are likely to experience economic hardship in 2017.Venezuelans are already ex...
TPP Nations Seek to Save Trade Deal after US Withdraws
Members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are seeking to move forward with the trade agreement after the United States withdrew.Preside...
Economics Report - China Seeks Recognition as Market Economy
The world’s second largest economy has brought a case against the United States and the European Union. China objects to how the two tradin...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Restaurants to Offer Free Food from Leftovers
World's First Nuclear Fusion Reactor 50 Percent Complete
New Year's Traditions Around the World
2017: A Year Marked by Disaster, Violence
How Will You 'Ring in the New Year?'
S. Korean President Calls Sex Slave Deal with Japan Problematic
Those We Said Goodbye to in 2017
'Feathertop,' by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Ukraine, Pro-Russian Forces Trade Prisoners to Mark the New Year
90 Percent of Kenyan Students Failed Secondary Exams
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
American Stories - Short Story: ‘The Lady, or the Tiger?’
Science in the News - Ancient Footprints Let Experts Step Back in Time
第52课 Jason, A Cafe Visit
英语国际音标一学就会01 Day 1
This is America - Imaginations at Work: A Saddle Maker and a Poet
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