Even as the United States and China butt heads over trade, their top diplomats and defense chiefs were meeting in Washington on Friday, looking to tamp down tensions on other issues that have put a chill on relations between the…
By Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
The strongest burst of consumer spending in nearly four years helped offset a sharp drag from trade.
By Paul Wiseman, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
President Donald Trump inaccurately described his new trade deal with Canada and Mexico as the biggest ever — it's not even close — and glossed over some possible consequences of the agreement, such as higher car prices. Here's a closer…
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Trump welcomed Chilean president Sebastian Pinera days after he imposed financial sanctions on members of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's inner circle and suggested Maduro could be ousted in a military coup as a way to restore the country's democracy. Tens…
By Paul Wiseman, Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
The tariffs will start at 10 percent, beginning Monday of next week, and then rise to 25 percent on Jan. 1.
By Luis Alonso Lugo, Paul Wiseman, Rob Gillies, Associated Press
President Donald Trump warned Canada on Saturday that it "will be out" of a revised North American trade agreement unless it's "fair" to the United States.
By Paul Wiseman, Luis Alonso Lugo, Rob Gillies, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's declaration of victory Monday in reaching a preliminary deal with Mexico to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement raised at least as many questions as it answered.
By Larisa Epatko
President Donald Trump on Monday moved to replace NAFTA with the United States-Mexico Trade Agreement, calling it “much simpler, much better” than a trade deal he has criticized for years.
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump on Thursday trumpeted the renewed success of an Illinois steel mill, pushing back against criticism that his escalating trade disputes are hurting American workers and farmers.
Other nations are forging ahead with free trade agreements among themselves. This shift could isolate the U.S. economy in the long term.
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