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Sharp decline in Chinese trade surprise economists

Apr 10, 2014
Imports declined more than 11% in the world's second largest economy
Posted In: China, trade

Doctor's new order: no limes, no coconuts

Mar 28, 2014
Prices for limes and coconuts are up, thanks to bad weather and more demand.
Posted In: limes, coconut, Agriculture, trade, Haiyan

The history of Ukraine’s imports (in charts!)

Mar 7, 2014
From the dissolution of the USSR to the rise of the global economy: What's changed for Ukraine?
Posted In: ukraine, Russia, trade

Getting 40 percent of the world's economy on the same page

Jan 28, 2014
The Trans-Pacific Partnership would include 12 countries and 40 percent of the world's economy.
Posted In: SOTU, TPP, NAFTA, trade

On paper, China's trade surpasses U.S. - but let's get real

Jan 7, 2014
The Chinese media is reporting the value of China’s global trade has overtaken the United States to become the world’s largest trading economy. It’s another milestone for China. But if you take a good look behind the numbers, the claim begins to fall apart.
Posted In: China, trade

Indian Prime Minister's visit to U.S. greeted with business protests

Sep 26, 2013
As Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visits the White House to talk about trade between India and the U.S., some American businesses are protesting what they see as India shutting out foreign firms.
Posted In: India, trade, globalization

How dirty honey made its way to the U.S.

Sep 20, 2013
The U.S consumers 400 million pounds of honey a year, but do we know where it comes from?
Posted In: honey, smuggling, China, trade

In blow to Samsung, White House vetos ITC ban on Apple products

Aug 5, 2013
Samsung has lost more than a billion dollars in market value this morning after the White House overturned a patent victory for the company that favors rival Apple.
Posted In: apple, samsung, trade

U.S. and China talk trade and cybersecurity

Jul 11, 2013
Annual talks in Washington bring top government officials and business leaders together.
Posted In: China, trade

Europe angry about spying -- but enough to jeopardize a trade pact?

Jul 1, 2013
Recent revelations about the U.S. bugging European embassies have left some EU lawmakers furious -- apparently. But some argue that eavesdropping is ubiquitous and say that all will be forgotten in the cause of free trade.
Posted In: spying, trade

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