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Brexit Bulletin: Everybody Hurts

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Tariffs and More Tariffs — They Aren’t Going Away in 2020

Tariffs and More Tariffs — They Aren’t Going Away in 2020

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Lighthizer to Talk Trade Deal With India Before Trump Visit

Lighthizer to Talk Trade Deal With India Before Trump Visit

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer will be in India in the second week of February to finalize a trade deal ahead of President Donald Trump’s expected visit, according to people with
U.S., EU Sketch Battle Lines to Reset Trade Talks

U.S., EU Sketch Battle Lines to Reset Trade Talks

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Mnuchin Touts Tax Cuts With Davos Finale Endorsing Fiscal Boost

Mnuchin Touts Tax Cuts With Davos Finale Endorsing Fiscal Boost

Top financial officials from the major global economies used the World Economic Forum in Davos to tout the benefits of government spending as a way to lift growth out of its funk and reduce reliance
Austria’s Kurz Praises Green Pact as Blueprint for Germany

Austria’s Kurz Praises Green Pact as Blueprint for Germany

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz expects the German Christian Democrats to follow his lead and forge a coalition with the Greens in Europe’s largest nation.
Davos Sees Trump’s China Love as a Short-Term Affair

Davos Sees Trump’s China Love as a Short-Term Affair

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Fractured Peru Congress Would Be Welcome News to President

Fractured Peru Congress Would Be Welcome News to President

Four months after the shock dissolution of Peru’s Congress, President Martin Vizcarra’s gamble looks set to pay off once new lawmakers are elected Sunday.
$6 Million Bribes Helped to Win Iraq Oil Deals, Prosecutors Say

$6 Million Bribes Helped to Win Iraq Oil Deals, Prosecutors Say

Maneuvering, manipulation and $6 million in bribes helped oil companies win contracts with Iraq in the aftermath of Saddam Hussein’s reign, U.K. prosecutors said on the first day of opening arguments
New U.S. Limits on Huawei Suppliers Coming Soon, Ross Says

New U.S. Limits on Huawei Suppliers Coming Soon, Ross Says

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said new rules are coming soon that will put more limits on U.S. companies supplying China’s telecommunications leader Huawei Technologies Co.Huawei was blacklisted last
Wilbur Ross Says U.S. Not Cutting Huawei Off From Exports

Wilbur Ross Says U.S. Not Cutting Huawei Off From Exports

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross discusses U.S. policy on Huawei Technologies Corp. and the prospects for a phase-two trade deal with China. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Jonathan Ferro at the World
France Says U.S. Agreed on a Path to Global Tech Tax Accord

France Says U.S. Agreed on a Path to Global Tech Tax Accord

The U.S. and Europe are making progress toward a global pact on the taxation of digital services, with France’s finance minister, Bruno Le Maire, saying on Thursday that American officials agreed on a
Oil Tankers Dawdle Off Libya’s Coast as Warlord Halts Exports

Oil Tankers Dawdle Off Libya’s Coast as Warlord Halts Exports

Off the coast of Libya, one man is holding up several million tons of steel.
Zimbabwe Food Crisis Worsens With Few Signs of Corn Imports

Zimbabwe Food Crisis Worsens With Few Signs of Corn Imports

Zimbabwe insists it’s prepared to deal with a deepening food crisis, but the United Nations says that so far there’s little evidence that enough corn is coming in to feed the drought-stricken nation’s
Bulgaria Charges Three Russians in Skripal-Linked Investigation

Bulgaria Charges Three Russians in Skripal-Linked Investigation

Bulgaria charged three Russians for the attempted murder of an arms dealer in an investigation linked to the poisoning attack against former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in the U.K.
WTO Takes Center Stage in Trump’s Global Trade Drama

WTO Takes Center Stage in Trump’s Global Trade Drama

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Trump Hails Trade Deal for U.S. Farms, China Has Other Plans

Trump Hails Trade Deal for U.S. Farms, China Has Other Plans

Donald Trump’s trade truce with Beijing included a pledge to buy billions of dollars of U.S. foodstuffs over the next two years, reopening one of the most important export markets for America’s farm
No Date For Phase-Two Talks With U.S., Says China Trade Team Member

No Date For Phase-Two Talks With U.S., Says China Trade Team Member

The U.S. and China haven’t set a timetable for the next phase of their trade negotiations, according to an official directly involved in the talks.
Trump Takes Suddenly Sunny View on European Trade From Davos

Trump Takes Suddenly Sunny View on European Trade From Davos

President Donald Trump came to Davos espousing his economic and trade policies as models for the world, sending some warm and some mixed messages to European nations that have endured his tariff
Wildfire Smoke Sparks Worries for Australian Wine Growers

Wildfire Smoke Sparks Worries for Australian Wine Growers

The devastating wildfires that swept through the east and south of Australia in recent months could have yet another consequence -- spoiling some of the 2020 wine vintage in a country that counts