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Vietnam Sees Trade Deals as Way to Build Economy
Vietnam is on a path this year to approve its biggest trade expansion since the country joined the World Trade Organization (WTO).The countr...
Experts Worry About South Korea’s Economy
Economic experts are concerned about South Korea's economy.The Hyundai Research Institute recently suggested in a report that the economy ...
Concerns about Debt Grow on China’s Belt and Road
By Susan Shand21 October, 2018Concerns about money owed to China for its Belt and Road Initiative are increasing in Asia, Africa and the Mid...
Half of Young Americans See Better Financial Future, Study Finds
By Pete Musto08 October, 2018About half of young people in the United States expect to be more financially successful than their parents, a ...
More US Companies Warn Tariffs will Lead to Higher Prices
By Susan Shand29 September, 2018A growing number of major American companies are warning that President Donald Trump's tariffs on U.S. impo...
US Trade Deficit Reaches Five Month High
By Phil Dierking05 September, 2018The United States' trade deficit with other countries rose to a five-month high in July.At the same time,...
US Trade Dispute Could Hurt China’s Competitiveness
By Mario Ritter29 August, 2018Experts say China could face problems if the United States stops supplying some technologies needed for Chines...
As Asian Currencies Lose Value, Can Governments Avoid a Crisis?
By Susan Shand17 August, 2018Many of Asia's currencies are losing value against the United States dollar this year.But experts say governme...
Young Americans Are Less Wealthy Than Their Parents
By VOA12 August, 2018The cost of living in the United States is going up, notes writer Alissa Quart. As reported in the New York Post, Quart...
US to Increase Tariffs on Turkish Aluminum, Steel
President Donald Trump says the United States has decided to increase tariff rates on Turkish steel and aluminum.Trump announced the action ...
Chinese Visitors Bring New Life, Concerns for Europe’s Cities
By Mario Ritter05 August, 2018Civita-di-Bagnoregio is an ancient Italian village about 120 kilometers north of Rome. It was built on a flat ...
Apple’s Stock Value Reaches $1 Trillion Total
By Mario Ritter02 August, 2018Apple has become the first American company to have the total value of its publicly traded stock reach $1 tril...
US Farmers Preparing for Long-Term Effects of Trade War
By Susan Shand19 July, 2018Brian Duncan slowly moves his hands over the waves of grain growing behind his home in rural Illinois.Images like...
China Urges US Companies to Lobby Officials over Trade
By Susan Shand12 July, 2018China is urging American companies to tell the U.S. government to protect their interests.At issue is a Trump adm...
US Officials Guarded as Silicon Valley Welcomes Chinese Investments
By Susan Shand12 July, 2018The United States began requiring tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese imports last week. The newly-announced ...
China Reacts to US Tariffs on Chinese Products
China says that it has been "forced to take a necessary counterattack" against the United States because of recent U.S. import taxes on Ch...
What Happened to General Electric?
By Susan Shand28 June, 2018This week, General Electric was officially removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Average, a leading measure of st...
EU, China Discuss Reforming the World Trade Organization
By Mario Ritter26 June, 2018The European Union (EU) and China have agreed to launch a working group that aims to propose reforms to the Worl...
US-China Trade Dispute Worries Investors
By Mario Ritter19 June, 2018The latest United States and China trade dispute has worried investors and affected stock prices and the indexes...
Trade Dispute Could Hurt Sales of US Bourbon
By Ashley Thompson16 June, 2018A trade dispute is growing between the United States and trading partners worldwide. One product that may fee...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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Two Presidents, Too Little Food for Venezuelans
60 Dead, 300 Missing After Dam Collapse in Brazil
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