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By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
Britain and the European Union have struck a provisional free-trade agreement that should avert New Year chaos for cross-border traders and bring a measure of certainty for businesses after years of Brexit turmoil.
By Raf Casert, Jill Lawless, Associated Press
Negotiators from the European Union and Britain worked through the night and into Christmas Eve to put the finishing touches on a trade deal that should avert a chaotic economic break between the two sides next week.
There is something close to chaos in southeastern England, where thousands of trucks began crawling toward Europe after a full-border closure between the U.K. and the continent due to COVID-19. This comes just eight days before the U.K. leaves the…
The leaders of Britain and the European Union will meet in the next 24 hours for a final push at a Brexit deal, as the two sides warned that the chances of a post-Brexit trade deal by a year-end deadline…
By Jill Lawless, Lorne Cook, Associated Press
It's crunch time for Brexit, and negotiations between London and Brussels are at a critical point that will determine whether the UK leaves in a "hard Brexit" or whether disputes over trade can be resolved that will avoid chaos come…
President Trump’s new North American trade deal, the United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement, known as USMCA, was applauded at the White House Wednesday, with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador visiting. But along with the celebration come questions about what the pact means…
By Ryan Chilcote
As his Senate impeachment trial begins, President Trump is meeting with other world leaders, economic scholars and business moguls in Davos, Switzerland, as part of the World Economic Forum. In an address there, Trump hailed a U.S. economic "boom" and…
The Senate has passed a new trade agreement among the U.S., Mexico and Canada. The USMCA, as it’s now called, is meant to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement, and it does change or replace some important provisions --…
By Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the administration had dropped China’s designation as a currency manipulator because of commitments in the Phase 1 trade agreement that President Donald Trump is to sign with China on Wednesday at the White House.
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