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WASHINGTON — President Biden reinstated tariffs on aluminum exported from the United Arab Emirates on Monday evening, reversing President Donald J. Trump’s decision to lift…View More Biden Reinstates Aluminum Tariffs in One of His First Trade Moves
For nearly a century the firm of Teal & Mackrill in the port city of Hull in northeast England has made paints for special applications,…View More For One British Industry, Brexit’s Red Tape Is Just Beginning
After 2000, globalization and surging commodity prices astronomically boosted economic growth among nations with emerging economies. Over the next decade their share of the global…View More Opinion | Which Developing Economies Will Rise After the Pandemic?
LONDON — For weary Brexit negotiators on both sides of the English Channel, a Christmas Eve trade agreement sealed 11 months of painstaking deliberations over…View More Brexit Deal Done, Britain Now Scrambles to See if It Can Work
LONDON — An “exceptional victory,” the result of “fantastic work” and a deal that “delivered” for the British people. Even before the text of the…View More Boris Johnson Delivered on Brexit. It May Not Soothe His Unruly Party.
BRUSSELS — The European Union emerges from fraught negotiations with Britain over its exit from the bloc with a sense of satisfaction — that it…View More For the European Union, It’s a Pretty Good Deal
Valdis Dombrovskis, a former prime minister of Latvia, was picked to take over at a particularly tense time. The previous office holder quit after claims…View More New E.U. Trade Chief Will Lead Prickly Talks With China. And U.K. And U.S.
WASHINGTON — President Trump has backed off a threat he made this month to impose tariffs on Brazilian metal, a move that would have broken…View More Brazil Says Trump Backed Down From Threat to Place Tariffs on Its Steel
If an airplane took off a dozen times only to come crashing down each time, the only logical conclusion would be that the aircraft requires…View More Opinion | How to Fix Pakistan’s Crashing Economy
Almost exactly one year has passed since Donald Trump declared, “I am a Tariff Man.” Uncharacteristically, he was telling the truth. At this point I’ve…View More Opinion | Why Is Trump a Tariff Man?
Twenty years ago this weekend, 50,000 people converged on Seattle to protest the World Trade Organization, which was holding a ministerial-level meeting in the city,…View More Opinion | The World Trade Organization Is Dying. What Should Replace It?