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Is the global economy facing a "Bretton Woods" moment?
One think tank CEO says the G-7 summit is a moment to envision an economic restructuring similar in scale to that of post-WWII.
Trade disputes high on Biden's European trip agenda
Tariffs on wine, cheese, steel and aluminum are among the issues to be resolved.
Biden walks a trans-Atlantic tightrope, balancing domestic, foreign concerns
The president wants to reengage with the world, but it won't be able to immediately reverse Trump administration policies.
Does "America first" mean "America alone"?
This week could turn out to be a hinge-point in U.S. and global economies.
‘America first’ trade policies don’t play so well in Europe
Protectionist trade policies could make U.S. trade deals harder to come by.