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After its over-reliance on the Kremlin for its energy, is Germany making the same mistake with Beijing?
A new law has given the Federal Maritime Commission the teeth it needs to tackle high shipping fees and congestion at the ports.
Crackdowns by Beijing and severe COVID restrictions have undermined its status. Friday marks the anniversary of the transfer of control.
The U.S. has already frozen Afghan assets in this country.
The European Union proposes to impose tariffs on certain imports from countries deemed not to be seriously tackling climate change.
After a wait-and-see period caused by Brexit, London is ready to forge a new global path in attracting business partners.
It's an attempt to gain leverage over China.
The U.S. government is concerned about the national security risks in Chinese companies buying American companies.
The treaty will extend to Canada and Mexico a provision of U.S. law that protects them from being sued for what their users' do.
Inflation has been too quiet, according to some economists.