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U.K. Huawei Decision Needs ‘Careful Examination,’ Canada Says

U.K. Huawei Decision Needs ‘Careful Examination,’ Canada Says

Justin Trudeau’s government will look closely at Britain’s decision to let Huawei Technologies Co. build parts of the country’s fifth-generation mobile networks as it makes its own assessments of

Rare Rides: A 2016 PGO Speedster II – French and Unknown

If it looks like a classic 1950s Porsche ⁠— and has its engine in the same place, too, — it’s probably a PGO from 2016. Let’s find out more about this tiny French automotive concern. PGO was founded
Europe Mulls Several Carbon Border Tax Options, Official Says

Europe Mulls Several Carbon Border Tax Options, Official Says

European Union (EU) flags fly outside the Berlaymont building in Brussels, Belgium, on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019. The Brexit talks have turned into an angry stalemate, as U.K. and EU leaders focused on
Clean Energy Boom Imperiled by Argentina’s Free-Market Fizzle

Clean Energy Boom Imperiled by Argentina’s Free-Market Fizzle

A renewables pipeline of $4.8 billion is at risk under the country’s new leader. The political shift may bury lofty plans, mirroring other nations.
The WTO Must Reform or Die

The WTO Must Reform or Die

Donald Trump’s trade salvos have shaken the World Trade Organization at a perilous time for commerce.
China Buys Australian and Canadian Wheat as U.S. Waits Turn

China Buys Australian and Canadian Wheat as U.S. Waits Turn

China has purchased Australian, Canadian and French wheat as Beijing looks to fill import quotas set by the World Trade Organization, according to people familiar with the matter.

Rare Rides: The Luxurious 1972 Fiat 130 Coupe

Rare Rides has featured a couple of Fiat coupes lately, their special, swoopy bodies representing redesign work carried out by Allemano and Vignale. Today’s Rare Ride comes to us from Pininfarina, and
U.S., EU Sketch Battle Lines to Reset Trade Talks

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

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Bolton Revelation May Scramble Trump’s Trial

Bolton Revelation May Scramble Trump’s Trial

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Huawei 5G, Teck Oil Decisions Loom for Trudeau After New Nafta

Huawei 5G, Teck Oil Decisions Loom for Trudeau After New Nafta

Justin Trudeau returns to a fragmented parliament Monday facing sharp domestic divisions with the clock ticking on two of the tougher decisions of his political career.
Brussels Edition: Serving Oysters to Trump

Brussels Edition: Serving Oysters to Trump

Welcome to the Brussels Edition, Bloomberg’s daily briefing on what matters most in the heart of the European Union. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every weekday morning.
In Bid for Trump Trade Deal, EU Turns to Shellfish from Soybeans

In Bid for Trump Trade Deal, EU Turns to Shellfish from Soybeans

The European Union hopes to achieve a big breakthrough in transatlantic trade relations with small fry.
EU to Hold Emergency Summit on Bloc’s Budget, February 20

EU to Hold Emergency Summit on Bloc’s Budget, February 20

European Union (EU) flags fly from flagpoles outside the Berlaymont building in Brussels, Belgium, on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019. The Brexit talks have turned into an angry stalemate, as U.K. and EU
Trump Expands Aluminum, Steel Tariffs to Some Imported Products

Trump Expands Aluminum, Steel Tariffs to Some Imported Products

The Trump administration expanded its trademark steel and aluminum tariffs to cover certain imported nails, staples, electrical wires and some downstream parts that go into automobiles and tractors,
What We Learned in Davos About Climate, Economics and Trump

What We Learned in Davos About Climate, Economics and Trump

Greta Thunberg, center, takes part in a demonstration on the closing day of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg
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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Embattled Trump Shifts Focus to Mideast Peace

Embattled Trump Shifts Focus to Mideast Peace

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EU Widens Tariff Threat on Steel From China, Taiwan, Indonesia

EU Widens Tariff Threat on Steel From China, Taiwan, Indonesia

The European Union ordered its customs officials to register flat-rolled stainless steel imports from China, Taiwan and Indonesia, widening the threat of tariffs on the shipments.
Huawei CFO’s Extradition Fight Tests Canada’s Legal System

Huawei CFO’s Extradition Fight Tests Canada’s Legal System

Canada’s arrest of Meng Wanzhou 13 months ago at the behest of the U.S. brought to a halt the once-frenetic life of Huawei Technologies Co.’s chief financial officer who traveled so frequently she
Venezuela Considers Tax on U.S. Dollar Sales to Boost State Coffers

Venezuela Considers Tax on U.S. Dollar Sales to Boost State Coffers

Venezuela is considering to impose a tax on the growing number of sales being conducted in U.S. dollars to boost government revenue at a time when foreign reserves are at a 30-year low.