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U.S. companies want more than China's free market gestures

by Scott Tong Nov 28, 2018
Ahead of the G-20 summit, both the United States and China are signaling a potential agreement to back off the budding trade war. President Donald Trump reportedly may delay scheduled tariffs on Chinese goods, and Beijing has provided more market…

Canada grapples with refugee influx from U.S.

by Emma Jacobs Nov 28, 2018
Refugees seeking asylum are leaving the U.S. for Canada, where authorities scramble to house them.
Beds in an emergency respite opened in Toronto in mid-November to relieve pressure on its stressed shelter system.
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Why some people are worried about drug patent protections in the new NAFTA

by Scott Tong Oct 2, 2018
The trade agreement reached over the weekend between the U.S., Canada and Mexico includes longer intellectual property protection periods for the expensive class of drugs known as biologics.
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U.S. companies are bringing cash home, but not as much as President Trump predicted

by , and Sep 19, 2018
The trillions that have been earned abroad aren't just sitting in a vault.
President Donald Trump expects more than $4 trillion in overseas corporate profits to flow back to the U.S. soon. Some experts say that's an unrealistic amount.
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Hundreds testify on impact of looming tariffs

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Aug 23, 2018
The U.S. Trade Representative is holding hearings on $200 billion in proposed tariffs.
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Trump administration drafting dramatic curbs on legal immigration

by , and Aug 7, 2018
The U.S. government has always been wary of immigrants who might be a drain on the economy, but soon even legal immigrants who’ve enrolled in Obamacare could be disqualified from citizenship if proposed new rules take effect. Click the audio…
White House adviser Stephen Miller is one of the main architects for this new policy. 
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How the American brand is faring on the global stage

by , and Jul 19, 2018
Trump's anti-immigration talk is doing some long-term damage to the nation's brand strength, one analyst says.
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What does the U.S get back for its foreign aid spending?

by Kimberly Adams Jan 3, 2018
Over the past few days, President Donald Trump has tweeted quite a bit about foreign aid. On New Year’s Day, he complained about the amount of foreign aid we send to Pakistan and criticized its government for not doing more…

An end to NAFTA could send Mexico into a deep recession

by David Brancaccio Nov 18, 2016
And the U.S. would also suffer, says journalist León Krauze.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Donald Trump shake hands after a meeting in Mexico City on August 31, 2016.
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U.S. slips in 2016 Social Progress Index

by Mitchell Hartman Jun 29, 2016
The U.S. falls to 19th place, underperforming other major industrial countries on health, education, personal safety and the environment.
Homeless tents line a field in Sacramento, California.
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