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The Trump Administration’s options around tariffs and quotas

by Tracey Samuelson Feb 26, 2018
The Trump Administration is trying to figure out how to act on a campaign promise to make trade with China more fair. One thing the administration is considering is imposing tariffs or quotas on imports of steel and aluminum. The…

With tax out of the way, trade will be on Trump’s January agenda

by Aaron Schrank Jan 4, 2018
With a sweeping tax overhaul out of the way, trade could be the next big item on President Donald Trump’s agenda. In the next few weeks, he’ll be making decisions about protecting U.S. industries from global competition. But he’s facing…

Steel heavy on the minds of U.S. leaders on China visit

by Kimberly Adams Jun 6, 2016
China's excess steel production is flooding global markets.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speak during a climate change meeting Monday in Beijing, China. 
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Government further relaxes Cuba trade rules

by Dan Gorenstein Jan 27, 2016
Companies will henceforth be able to extend credit to more customers in Cuba.
A Cuban flag flutters in front of the US Embassy in Havana.
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U.S. embassies: Not just spies and visas

by Mark Garrison Aug 5, 2013
More than a dozen U.S. embassies remain closed under terror fears, but what exactly will the closures mean?