WASHINGTON — American consumers and businesses would pay — literally — if President-elect Donald Trump followed through on his campaign pledge to slap big taxes on imports from China and Mexico.
By Paul Wiseman and Joe McDonald, Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said in interviews last week he would impose significant tariff's on China. But on Sunday appeared to step back from that statement.
By Associated Press
After several months of acrimonious debate and failed negotiations, international trade representatives officially suspended the Doha round of free trade talks, marking a major setback to efforts to reduce trade barriers throughout the globe.
By PBS NewsHour
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