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Gary Cohn to Resign as Trump Adviser After Dispute Over Tariffs
Gary Cohn is resigning as President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser, leaving his post as the administration prepares to impose steep tariffs on steel and aluminum that Cohn has opposed.
U.S. Considers Broad Curbs on Chinese Imports, Takeovers
The Trump administration is considering clamping down on Chinese investments in the U.S. and imposing tariffs on a broad range of its imports to punish Beijing for its alleged theft of intellectual
Trump's Hardball on Trade to Test China's ‘Strategic Composure’
China’s policy of "strategic composure" in dealing with U.S. President Donald Trump’s America First ethos faces its sternest test yet.
Did Trump Just Start a Global Trade War?
President Donald Trump has made good on his promise by imposing tariffs of 25 percent and 10 percent, respectively, on steel and aluminum imports.
Trump Optimistic on Nafta as Canada, Mexico Dodge Metals Tariffs
President Donald Trump continued his push to reframe the Nafta negotiations as a stark choice for Canada and Mexico between giving in to U.S. demands or facing steep tariffs on their steel and
Merkel's New Finance Chief Is Dubbed Fiscal Hawk in Berlin Debut
Germany’s designated Finance Minister Olaf Scholz is a middle-of-the-road pragmatist much like Chancellor Angela Merkel, but his party’s demand for bold steps to strengthen the euro area risks leading
How Trump-Kim Talks Must Overcome History of Failure
In the recent context of insults and threats exchanged between the leaders of the U.S. and North Korea, the latest message amounted to something fresh.
Trump Hails ‘Great Progress’ With Plan to Meet Kim Jong Un
U.S. President Donald Trump hailed “great progress” in talks with North Korea after agreeing to meet Kim Jong Un in what would be an unprecedented summit.
School Scandal Surrounding Japan’s Abe Gathers Steam
A scandal over a controversial sale of public land to a school with connections to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is rapidly gathering momentum.
Nordea Wins Assurances From Finnish Government Ahead of HQ Move
Finland is promising it won’t add to the list of financial regulations facing Nordea Bank AB as the lender prepares to move its headquarters to the northernmost euro member.
No Brexit Deal Until Next Year, U.K. Officials Say Privately
U.K. officials don’t expect to clinch a Brexit deal until two months before exit day, increasing the chances of chaos for executives and lawmakers.
Political Crisis Eases as Kenya's Odinga Vows to End Dissent
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga vowed to end a defiance campaign after his first talks with President Uhuru Kenyatta since disputed elections, easing the East African nation’s political crisis.
Slovak Coalition Huddles After Biggest Protests Since Communism
Slovakia’s ruling parties prepared to respond after tens of thousands of people took to the streets in the biggest protests since the fall of the Iron curtain, calling on Prime Minister Robert Fico’s
Brexit Ad Luring U.K. Companies to France Banned by London Tube
The London Underground banned an ad designed to lure British businesses to northern France after Brexit, saying the issue was too controversial.
A Cuban President Not Named Castro Will Inherit Troubled Economy
The Castro family is finally relinquishing the presidency in Cuba. Six decades of rule by first Fidel and then Raul is coming to an end as the Communist government turns to a younger generation to
Your Questions About Trump and Kim Jong Un’s Meeting, Answered
When will they meet, and what do they want?
Merkel Says German-French Push for Euro-Area Changes Is on Track
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said plans to present joint European initiatives with French President Emmanuel Macron are on track.
Slovene Ex-Comedian’s Party Takes Lead in Poll Before Elections
A party led by a former comedian who has vowed to sweep Slovenia’s political elite from power took the lead in opinion polls before summer general elections.
Abe’s Government Under Fire as Japan Scandal Grips Inner Circle
Japan’s government said Monday that the names of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, his wife and his finance minister were deleted from documents at the heart of a land scandal that erupted last year.
A Black Woman Who Defied Segregation in Canada Will Appear on Its Currency
Canada’s finance minister, Bill Morneau, right, with Wanda Robson in Gatineau, Quebec, last year, after an image of her sister Viola Desmond was chosen to be featured on a new $10 bank note.