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Global Governments, Loath to Change, Are Wasting Oil With Subsidies

Global Governments, Loath to Change, Are Wasting Oil With Subsidies

Customers refuel their vehicles at a gas station in Caracas, Venezuela. President Nicolas Maduro, who has declared an economic emergency, told lawmakers this year that it was time to raise the
As China’s Economy Slows, a Look at What Could Happen

As China’s Economy Slows, a Look at What Could Happen

The Pudong financial district in Shanghai. China’s slowing economy is a major concern for central banks, investors and corporate executives around the world.
Ford Plants Go to Mexico, but U.S. Jobs Stay Around

Ford Plants Go to Mexico, but U.S. Jobs Stay Around

Ford’s factory in Wayne, Mich., will focus on making trucks and S.U.V.s, while production of smaller cars will be moved to a plant in Mexico.
‘Brexit,’ Migration, Trade: E.U.’s List of Crises Keeps Growing

‘Brexit,’ Migration, Trade: E.U.’s List of Crises Keeps Growing

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain joined hands with her Irish counterpart, Enda Kenny, at a European Union summit meeting in Brussels on Thursday.
‘Brexit,’ Migration, Trade: E.U.’s List of Crises Keeps Growing

‘Brexit,’ Migration, Trade: E.U.’s List of Crises Keeps Growing

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain joined hands with her Irish counterpart, Enda Kenny, at a European Union summit meeting in Brussels on Thursday.
News Analysis: With Europe-Canada Deal Near Collapse, Globalization’s Latest Chapter Is History

News Analysis: With Europe-Canada Deal Near Collapse, Globalization’s Latest Chapter Is History

Paul Magnette, left, is president of Wallonia, a French-speaking part of Belgium.
Galaxy Note 7 Recall Dismays South Korea, the ‘Republic of Samsung’

Galaxy Note 7 Recall Dismays South Korea, the ‘Republic of Samsung’

A man passes by a Samsung electronics shop in South Korea, where life can literally begin and end with Samsung.
Galaxy Note 7 Recall Dismays South Korea, the ‘Republic of Samsung’

Galaxy Note 7 Recall Dismays South Korea, the ‘Republic of Samsung’

A man passes by a Samsung electronics shop in South Korea, where life can literally begin and end with Samsung.
Galaxy Note 7 Recall Dismays South Korea, the ‘Republic of Samsung’

Galaxy Note 7 Recall Dismays South Korea, the ‘Republic of Samsung’

A man passes by a Samsung electronics shop in South Korea, where life can literally begin and end with Samsung.
As Europe and Asia Hoard Cash, Economists See Echoes of Crisis

As Europe and Asia Hoard Cash, Economists See Echoes of Crisis

The central business district of Chengdu, China. The persistent rise in excess savings in China and elsewhere echoes the dangerous savings glut before the financial crisis.
For Iran, Exerting Force While Making Nice Is Part of the Plan

For Iran, Exerting Force While Making Nice Is Part of the Plan

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran at the United Nations in New York last month.

European Union Trade Deal With Canada Moves Forward

The Belgian prime minister said on Thursday that the country’s leaders had reached a compromise, but the deal could still run into problems.
Canada Today: New Challenges for Syrian Refugees

Canada Today: New Challenges for Syrian Refugees

In Toronto, Mouhamad al-Hajj and his family, refugees from Syria, have resettled with the help of a group of sponsors.
How Dairy Farmers in Belgium Held Up a Big E.U. Trade Deal

How Dairy Farmers in Belgium Held Up a Big E.U. Trade Deal

A tractor stood outside Wallonia’s regional Parliament in Namur, Belgium, earlier this month as deputies debated the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
How Dairy Farmers in Belgium Held Up a Big E.U. Trade Deal

How Dairy Farmers in Belgium Held Up a Big E.U. Trade Deal

A tractor stood outside Wallonia’s regional Parliament in Namur, Belgium, earlier this month as deputies debated the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
With City of Towers, China Puts Its Economic Stamp on Caucasus

With City of Towers, China Puts Its Economic Stamp on Caucasus

Children on the playground of Tbilisi Sea New City, a new Chinese-built district outside the Georgian capital.
Canada and E.U. Sign Trade Deal, Bucking Resistance to Globalization

Canada and E.U. Sign Trade Deal, Bucking Resistance to Globalization

The deal nearly fell apart at the last minute because of opposition from the Wallonia region of Belgium.
Economic Trends: A Little-Noticed Fact About Trade: It’s No Longer Rising

Economic Trends: A Little-Noticed Fact About Trade: It’s No Longer Rising

A Hanjin Shipping container at the Port of Long Beach in California in September. The company’s bankruptcy filing briefly halted the flow of goods from Asia to the United States.
Safe for Now, Canadian Dairy Farmers Fret Over E.U. Trade Deal

Safe for Now, Canadian Dairy Farmers Fret Over E.U. Trade Deal

George Thompson feeding dairy cows at his family’s farm in Thames Centre, Ontario. Without supply management, Mr. Thompson warned that those large dairies and milk processors would control milk