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Japan's exports and imports rose at a fast clip in July, though export prices rose faster than volumes for many products.
by Elaine Kurtenbach, AP Business Writer
2:05pm
8.17.2017
China said an investigation of Beijing's technology policies would violate global rules and vowed to "resolutely safeguard" Chinese interests.
by Joe McDonald, AP Business Writer
2:57pm
8.16.2017
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Trump asked his trade office on Monday to consider investigating China for the alleged theft of American technology and intellectual property.
by Jonathan Lemire & Josh Boak, Associated Press
3:10pm
8.15.2017
The United States has never before tried to overhaul a major trade agreement. So analysts aren't sure what will emerge from the talks.
by Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
2:51pm
8.15.2017
The Trump administration is pressing to bring labor and environmental regulations into the main body of NAFTA's text.
by Mark Stevenson, The Associated Press
10:37am
8.11.2017
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The surplus has caused friction with the U.S. and other countries, which accuse Berlin of not doing enough to spur domestic demand for foreign goods.
by The Associated Press
2:21pm
8.10.2017
It was still the 12th straight month that factories reported expansion.
by Kelvin Chan, AP Business Writer
2:58pm
8.7.2017
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By 2030, Dubai wants robots to make up 25% of their police force.
by Tech Insider
10:03am
8.7.2017
This 1,600 ft suspension bridge just breaks record for longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Randa, Switzerland.
by Tech Insider
10:10am
8.4.2017
The Trump administration is considering invoking a rarely used law that would allow investigations of Chinese trade practices and sanctions within months.
by Gillian Wong & Jill Colvin, Associated Press
3:06pm
8.2.2017
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Britain could continue under some European Union rules for up to three years to help businesses avoid a "cliff edge."
by The Associated Press
2:49pm
8.2.2017
Politicians want automakers to improve diesel cars' software so that emissions of nitrogen oxide drop significantly by the end of next year.
by The Associated Press
10:30am
8.2.2017
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The decision announced Wednesday follows similar moves in France and Norway.
by The Associated Press
10:29am
7.26.2017
The production decision comes at a time when automakers are scrutinizing investment plans due to Britain's impending departure from the EU.
by The Associated Press
9:55am
7.25.2017
The sweeping plan to eliminate air pollution from ships, trucks and cargo handling would cost up to $14 billion.
by Robert Jablon, Associated Press
2:51pm
7.24.2017
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will continue to defend the supply management system that protects the Canadian dairy industry.
by The Associated Press
2:36pm
7.20.2017
The daylong talks at the Treasury Department began with prickly comments from both sides.
by Paul Wiseman & Josh Boak, AP Economics Writers
2:27pm
7.20.2017
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The negotiating objectives released this week are the next step toward revising the North American Free Trade Agreement.
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2:54pm
7.19.2017
Cake and conversation, it seems, can go only so far to mend longstanding economic rifts between the United States and China.
by Paul Wiseman & Josh Boak, AP Economics Writers
2:44pm
7.18.2017
The Energy Observer uses wind turbines, a hydrogen fuel cell system and solar panels to power its journey.
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10:16am
7.17.2017
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U.S. Trade Rep. Robert Lighthizer said in a letter that the United States wants to meet to discuss "possible amendments and modifications."
by Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
3:16pm
7.13.2017
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she's open to restarting talks with the United States on a trade deal with the European Union.
by The Associated Press
3:16pm
7.12.2017
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The meeting among envoys from the 11 remaining members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership follows a breakthrough on a Japan-European Union trade deal.
by Elaine Kurtenbach, AP Business Writer
3:01pm
7.11.2017
The Smederevo plant is economically irrelevant to China, but the deal saved 5,200 local jobs and gained Serbia's political favor.
by Dusan Stojanovic, Associated Press
2:50pm
7.11.2017
The European Environment Agency said in a report that half of the plants responsible for the largest releases of air and water pollution were in Britain.
by The Associated Press
10:01am
7.10.2017
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The deal covers regions equivalent to one third of the world economy.
by Raf Casert, Associated Press
1:00pm
7.7.2017
Tesla announced on Friday it will build the world's largest lithium-ion battery in southern Australia.
by Kristen Gelineau, The Associated Press
10:31am
7.7.2017
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EU Council President Donald Tusk and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet Thursday to shake hands on the landmark deal.
by Raf Casert, Associated Press
2:51pm
7.5.2017
Bangladesh has about 4,000 garment factories and is the world's second-largest producer after China.
by The Associated Press
10:17am
7.5.2017
A decade after iPhone's introduction, there's a good reason why the Apple device is still not made in the U.S.
by Bloomberg
10:05am
7.3.2017
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